In historical scholarship on the Holocaust in Hungary, there is an almost complete silence or lack of memory regarding the lived history of the “Jewish” or ghetto houses in Budapest that existed between June 24 and December 1, 1944.
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
Regional Free Movement of People Law: A New Field of Study for International Migration Law
A powerful narrative presents the response to migration as the erection of borders. This project explores its apparent converse: the easing of borders at regional level. At least 174 states have policies and laws facilitating free movement of people.
Polish Politics of Memory and the Notion of the Future in Memory Research
The project concerns Polish collective memory or, precisely, the way the future - both the one currently anticipated and that imagined in the past - influences how particular frameworks and politics of memory are construed.
New Europe's Futures Blog Post About Identity Provision In Balkan Disputes
The Europe's Futures blog features contributions by current and former Fellows of our Europe’s Futures – Ideas for Action program. The newest blog post is written by former Europe's Futures fellow Ioannis Armakolas and asks if identity provisions in agreements in the enduring Balkan disputes…
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