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Title:Indigeneity, law and terrain : the Bedouin citizens of Israel Author(s):NYHAN, EmmaDate:2018Citation:Florence : European University Institute, 2018Version:Chapter 4 'The concept and category of indigenous peoples : theoretical and contextualized accounts' of the PhD thesis draws upon an earlier version published as chapter 'International law in transit : the concept of 'indigenous peoples' and its transitions in international, national and local realms : the example of the Bedouin in the Negev' (2016) in the book 'International law and... : select Proceedings of the European Society of International Law'Type:ThesisSeries/Number:EUI PhD theses; Department of LawAbstract:This study constitutes a socio-legal inquiry into the practice of international human rights law. Specifically, the study unpacks the ways in which the concept and category of indigenous peoples is made active and given ...
Title:An exploration of the connection between legitimate authority : legislative rules and text in the context of EU citizenship law Author(s):VAN DEN BRINK, MartijnDate:2018Citation:Florence : European University Institute, 2018Type:ThesisSeries/Number:EUI PhD theses; Department of LawAbstract:This thesis studies the authority of legislation within the European Union. I believe that the EU legislature is an institution that does not always receive the attention it deserves, that the value of legislative ...
Title:Location data and human mobility : an evaluation of a dissonance that frames data protection and privacy rights Author(s):ANDREW, JonathanDate:2018Citation:Florence : European University Institute, 2018Type:ThesisSeries/Number:EUI PhD theses; Department of LawAbstract:With citizens’ movements mediated by many technologies that aid our navigation the potential for omnipresent surveillance may potentially institute fundamental changes to the human condition. Locational privacy is pivotal ...
Title:The EU's human rights obligations towards the wider world and the international investment regime : making the promise enforceable Author(s):KUBE, VivianDate:2018Citation:Florence : European University Institute, 2018Version:Chapter 1 'Human rights as a framework for foreign policies' draw upon an earlier version published as an article 'Human rights law in international investment arbitration' (2016) in the journal 'Asian Journal of WTO and International Health Law and Policy'
Chapter 3 'The European Union's external human rights commitment : what is the legal value of Article 21 TEU?' draw upon an earlier version published as EUI LAW WP 2016/10Type:ThesisSeries/Number:EUI PhD theses; Department of LawAbstract:This thesis uses the case of the international investment regime to demonstrate how the human rights framework that governs EU external relations can be operationalized in the realm of international economic law making. ...
Title:Defining legal principles for the determination of title and proprietary rights over the cargo of sunken colonial vessels Author(s):LOSIER, Marlène MichèleDate:2018Citation:Florence : European University Institute, 2018Version:Chapter 6 section 1 'Overcoming the hurdle of flag state immunity in adjudicating the cargo of sunken colonial vessels' draws upon an earlier version published as an article 'The conflict between sovereign immunity and the cargo of sunken colonial vessels' in the journal 'The international journal of marine and coastal law'Type:ThesisSeries/Number:EUI PhD theses; Department of LawAbstract:A 21st century boom in underwater technologies that has made it more readily possible to identify and recover sunken vessels and their contents has also created an urgency to assign title over cargo originating in former ...