Search for dissertations about: "thesis international law"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 217 swedish dissertations containing the words thesis international law.

  1. 1. International Humanitarian Law and Influence Operations : The Protection of Civilians from Unlawful Communication Influence Activities during Armed Conflict

    University dissertation from Uppsala : Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis

    Author : Pontus Winther; Uppsala universitet.; Försvarshögskolan.; [2019]
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Public International Law; Folkrätt; International Humanitarian Law; IHL; Geneva Conventions; Laws of Armed Conflict; LoAC; International Law; Armed Conflict; International Armed Conflict; IAC; Non-international Armed Conflict; NIAC; Occupation; Civilians; Civilian Population; Communication Influence Activities; Influence Operations; Psychological Operations; Threat; Coercion; Compulsion; Humane Treatment; Outrages Upon Personal Dignity; Cruel Treatment; Inhuman Treatment; Mental Torture; international humanitarian law; laws of armed conflict; international law; armed conflict; international armed conflict; non-international armed conflict; occupation; civilians; civilian population; communication influence activities; influence operations; psychological operations; threat; coercion; compulsion; humane treatment; outrages upon personal dignity; cruel treatment; inhuman treatment; mental torture;

    Abstract : Contemporary armed conflicts are not only fought with physical means and methods. Increasingly, in order to achieve military and political objectives, parties to armed conflicts use communication activities to influence individuals. Armed groups such as ISIS use online propaganda to instil terror and recruit new fighters to their cause. READ MORE

  2. 2. Negotiating Asylum. The EU acquis, Extraterritorial Protection and the Common Market of Deflection

    University dissertation from Kluwer

    Author : Gregor Noll; Lunds universitet.; Lund University.; [2000]
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; extraterritorial protection; international law; human rights; European Union; burden-sharing; demos; legal theory; interpretation; international private and public law; discrimination; refugee law; asylum; internationell rätt; European law; EU-rätt; EU law; public international law; folkrätt; internationell privaträtt; private international law;

    Abstract : Popular Abstract in Swedish Hur tillgängligt är EU för asylsökande? Står Unionens rättsregler i strid med folkrätten? Om så är fallet, hur löser vi konflikten dem emellan? Besitter vi alls medel för att lösa grundläggande konflikter om hur långt rätten skall skydda "utomstående"? Denna avhandling söker svar på frågorna genom att kombinera formaljuridik med statsvetenskapliga förklaringsmodeller. Migrations- och asylrätt slits mellan ett universalistiskt och ett partikularistiskt synsätt, vilket genomsyrar lagstiftnings- och tolkningsfrågor. READ MORE

  3. 3. A ‘More Economic Approach’ to WTO Law’s Relevant Market Definition, Trade Harm, and Quantification of Trade Effects and Countermeasures : A Normative Law and Economics Comparison with EU Competition Law

    University dissertation from Uppsala : Department of Law, Uppsala University

    Author : Marios C. Iacovides; Uppsala universitet.; [2016]
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; EU competition law; WTO law; public international law; antitrust; merger appraisal; dispute settlement; world trade; law and economics; comparative law; effects-based approach; theories of harm; definition of the relevant market; damages; fines; quantification; discrimination; less favourable treatment; national treatment; MFN treatment; GATT; GATS; TBT Agreement; SPS Agreement; SCM Agreement; Anti-Dumping Agreement; subsidies; anti-dumping; countervailing duties; Europarätt; European Integration Law; Public International Law; Folkrätt; Civil Law; Civilrätt;

    Abstract : Having recently registered the 500th dispute at its docket, the WTO dispute settlement system is as prolific and relevant as ever. By almost any measure, it is a great success; it has contributed to bolstering the WTO’s legitimacy, increased the judicialisation of WTO Members’ trade relations, and promoted the scientification of public international law. READ MORE

  4. 4. Citing Matters : An Analysis of the Use of Judicial Decisions in International Criminal Law Adjudication through the Lens of Law-Making

    University dissertation from Lund University (Media-Tryck)

    Author : Letizia Lo Giacco; Lunds universitet.; Lund University.; [2019-03-18]
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Judicial decisions; International law-making; Citation; International criminal law; International courts; Domestic courts; Discretion; Authority; Legal realism; Empirical; Practices; Reiteration; Dynamic process; International law; Internationell rätt; Internationell straffrätt; Hänvisning;

    Abstract : The present research investigates the formative processes of international criminal law through the iterative citation of judicial decisions in adjudicatory practices. Given the centrality of the judge in the adjudication of international criminal law, this study is underpinned by a legal realist approach to international law informed by the work of Alf Ross (Scandinavian Legal Realism) and Gregory Shaffer (New Legal Realism), according to which the meaning of legal rules and principles is not autonomous from how they are empirically practiced and interpreted by courts. READ MORE

  5. 5. Interaction and Delimitation of International Legal Orders

    University dissertation from Uppsala : Department of Law, Uppsala University

    Author : Maria Fogdestam Agius; Uppsala universitet.; [2013]
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Fragmentation of international law; self-contained regimes; international legal orders; international courts and tribunals; regime interaction; WTO law; EU law; law of the sea; environmental law; Public International Law; Folkrätt;

    Abstract : This dissertation concerns developments in international law which are occurring as a result of a coexistence of different regimes for adjudication.  It traces the processes through which a treaty regime may develop into an autonomous legal order and considers the formation of relationships between international tribunals operating in regime contexts that embed certain values, political ideals and structural biases. READ MORE