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Deutsche Rechtsprechung in völkerrechtlichen Fragen 1999

Deutsche Rechtsprechung in völkerrechtlichen Fragen 1999


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Ludger Radermacher


Survey

I. International Law and Municipal Law
II. Succession of States
III. International Treaties
IV. Effects and Limits of State Sovereignty
V. Nationality
1. Acquisition of Nationality
2. Loss of Nationality
3. Statelessness
VI. Legal Status of Aliens
General Aspects of Entry and Residence
VII. Asylum Law
1. Political Persecution
2. Protection Found elsewhere in the State of Persecution, Protection by other States, Third-State-Rule
3. Family Members of Refugees
4. Legal Status of Refugees
VIII. Extradition and other Forms of International Legal Cooperation
IX. International Protection of Human Rights
European Convention on Human Rights
a) Right to Freedom and Security (Art. 5 para. 1 ECHR)
b) Right to Fair Trial (Art. 6 para. 1 sent. 1 ECHR)
c) Right to Family Life/Privacy (Art. 8 ECHR)
d) Freedom of Speech, Assembly and Association (Art. 10 and 11 ECHR)
X. Protection of Intellectual Property
XI. Legal Status of Germany after 1945 and Reunification of Germany
XII. Transfer of Sovereign Powers to Inter-Governmental Institutions
XIII. European Communities
1. Community Law and Municipal Law
2. Rule of Non-Discrimination
3. Citizenship of the Union
4. Free Movement of Goods
5. Freedom of Establishment
6. Free Movement of Services
7. Competition/Antitrust Law
8. Environmental Policy
9. Fiscal Policy
10. Equal Rights for Men and Women (Art. 119 EC Treaty)
11. Association Agreement EEC-Turkey
12. Reference Procedure (Art. 177 EC Treaty)