The European Union, Ukrainian and Russian Approaches to International Criminal Law: A Comparative International Law Perspective
Given the deep disagreement between the European Union, Russia and Ukraine as to the legal qualification of war-related crimes in Ukraine, it is necessary to examine these actors' divergent understandings of international criminal law. This project examines the theoretical framework of c
The Rise of Ultra-Conservatism in Central Europe and the Decline of Women’s Reproductive Rights
Much attention has been paid to the alarming statistics on population decline in Central Europe and the fears these numbers have provoked. Somewhat missing from the conversation is the impact of population decline on women.
How to Magically Edify a Nation? Occultism and Nationalism in Central Europe, 1890-1939
Since the mid nineteenth-century, nationalism and occultism emerged and spread throughout Europe. On the one hand, occultism embodied a peculiar transitional network, while, on the other hand, it was also utilized for cementing nationalist agendas.
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