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Anatomy of Scale. The Migration Crisis in Europe from the Perspective of Refugee Law and Human Rights Law

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Politics and Constitutional Law: A Distinction without a Difference?

.S. District Court judge, Jon S. Tigar, who held that Trump could not refuse to process asylum claims by those who had entered the United States illegally. Trump accused Tigar of political bias by damning him as “an Obama judge”. Chief Justice Roberts responded by saying: We do not have Obama or Trump judges, Bush judges or Clinton judges. What we have is an extraordinary group of dedicated judges doing their level best to do equal right to those appearing before them. That independent judiciary is something we should all be thankful for. Adam Liptak, Chief Defends

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The Legal Fiction of a Genuine Link as a Requirement for the Grant of Nationality to Ships and Humans – the Triumph of Formality over Substance?

of State Officials Issues. The Italian Yearbook of International Law , 2012, Vol. 22, p. 16. SAWYER, Caroline. Civis Britannicus sum’ no longer? Deprivation of British nationality. Journal of Immigration Asylum and Nationality Law , 2013, p. 23. SCHOENBAUM, Thomas J. Admiralty and Maritime Law . St. Paul, Minn.: West Group, 2001. TANAKA, Yoshifumi. The International Law of the Sea . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015, p. 168. VAN EIJKEN, Hanneke. European Citizenship and the Competence of member States to Grant and to Withdraw

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Responsibility to Protect and Human Security: Doctrines Destroying or Strengthening the Sovereignty?

-parliament-approves-plan-to-seize-assets-from-refugees > Accessed: 16.02.2018 DAMON, Arwa, HUME, Tim. Denmark adopts contraversial law to seize asylum seekers’ valuable. The CNN, 26 January 2016. [online] Available at: < http://edition.cnn.com/2016/01/26/europe/denmark-vote-jewelry-bill-migrants/ > Accessed: 16.02.2018. Decision of the Ombudsman, ’En Jämlik tillgänglighet av läkarhelicoptrar’, Dnro 1989/2014, 16 July 2015. DE LARRIGE, Miguel, DOUGET, Marc. Sovereign Power and the Biopolitics of Human Security, Security Dialogue, 2008, vol. 39, no. 5 DE VATTEL, Emer, The Law of Nations, or

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The Curious Incident of Trump and the Courts: Interbranch Deference in an Age of Populism

President chastised both a federal District Court judge, who had placed a temporary hold on an executive branch order barring some immigrant asylum seekers, and the Ninth Circuit (as “a big thorn in our side”). Kate Sullivan and Paul LeBlanc, Trump calls 9th Circuit a ‘big thorn in our side,’ accuses judges of imperiling US security , CNN, Nov. 22, 2018, https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/22/politics/trump-chief-justice-john-roberts-judges/index.html Notwithstanding these and other challenges, however, we have good reasons for thinking they represent less than meets the eye

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Acts of State, State Immunity, and Judicial Review in the United States

tortured to death in 1976 by the Inspector General of Police in Asuncion, Américo Norberto Peña-Irala (Peña). They claimed that Joelito was maltreated because his father was a longstanding opponent of the government of Paraguayan President Alfredo Stroessner. In 1978, Joelito’s sister, Dolly Filártiga, and Américo Peña were both in the United States. Dolly applied for political asylum and, upon learning of Peña’s presence, she reported him to the Immigration and Naturalization Service. He was arrested and ordered for deportation for staying past the expiration of his

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Free Movement of Persons and European Solidarity Revisited

Guild Elspeth and Minderhoud Paul (eds), The First Decade of EU Migration and Asylum Law, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden - Boston, 47-74. Verschueren Herwig, 2014, ‘Free Movement and Benefit Tourism: The Unreasonable Burden of Brey’, European Journal of Migration and Law, XVI(2): 147-179. Verschueren Herwig, 2015a, ‘Free Movement of EU Citizens: Including the Poor?’, Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, I(1): 10-34. Verschueren Herwig, 2015b, ‘Preventing Benefit Tourism in the EU: A Narrow or a Broad

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Socialisation and legitimacy intermediation in the Council of the European Union

References · Aus Jonathan P., 2010, ‘The Mechanisms of Consensus: Coming to Agreement on Community Asylum Policy’, in Daniel Naurin and Helen Wallace (eds), Unveiling the Council of the European Union. Games Governments Play in Brussels, Palgrave, Basingstoke, 99-118. · Beyers Jan, 2010, ‘Conceptual and Methodological Challenges in the Study of European Socialization’, Journal of European Public Policy, XVII(6): 909-920. · Beyers Jan and Dierickx Guido, 1998, ‘The working groups of the Council of the European

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»The Long Line They Must Make in the Night«: Performative Realism in the Italian State’s Relations with Outsiders

Greek Asylum Procedure«, in: Political and Legal Anthropology Review 35 (2012), pp. 11–29; Matthew Cameron: »From ›Queue Jumpers‹ to ›Absolute Scum of the Earth‹. Refugee and Organised Criminal Deviance in Australian Asylum Policy«, in: Australian Journal of Politics and History 59 (2013), pp. 241–259; Mark Graham: »Emotional Bureaucracies. Emotions, Civil Servants, and Immigrants in the Swedish Welfare State«, in: Ethos. Journal of the Society for Psychological Anthropology 30 (2002), pp. 199–226; Oded Korczyn: »Where Governmentality Ends. Border Control Officers and

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Litigious Paranoia: Sense of Justice, Bureaucracy, and Media

quarreler was first observed, namely in Prussia. Later, in the last quarter of the 19th century, psychiatry took an enhanced hold of querulency in the process of establishing itself academically by creating professorships and expanding psychiatric asylums in Germany. The intensive investigation of querulency as a mental illness came at the same time as the extensive institutional expansion of the discipline psychiatry in Germany, starting in the 1870s. Eric J. Engstrom: »Assembling Professional Selves. On Psychiatric Instruction in Imperial Germany«, in: Eric J. Engstrom

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