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    • Lehne, Jens (2019)
      Since 2017, the United States has blocked all appointments to the Appellate Body of the World Trade Organization (WTO), thereby threatening to destroy the WTO's dispute settlement system, one of the most active dispute ...
    • Liesching, Marc (2020)
      Are Germany's current efforts to implement strict national legal requirements for social networks based in other EU member states compatible with the country of origin principle? Are there exceptions to which the federal ...
    • Liesching, Marc; Funke, Chantal; Hermann, Alexander; Kneschke, Christin; Michnic, Carolin; Nguyen, Linh; Prüßner, Johanna; Rudolph, Sarah; Zschammer, Vivien (2021)
      What are the practical effects of the Network Enforcement Act, which came into force in 2017 and was controversial from the start? Which compliance structures have the big three social networks Facebook, YouTube and Twitter ...
    • Egbuna-Joss, Andrea (2016)
      Europe is currently facing one of the biggest influx of refugees and displaced people since the end of the wars in the Balkans. At the same time, there has also been an increase in terroristic attacks in recent years. ...
    • Oehen, Moritz (2019)
      The present work provides an overview of the role that victims play as prosecutors, irrespective of material compensation interests in criminal proceedings. The party rights of the criminal prosecutor are treated in the ...
    • Heyen, Sonja (2020)
      "Purpose – This master thesis examines the influence of political framing by the German party ‘Alternative für Deutschland’ (AfD) on the medial debate as a contemporary issue. Approach – Based on the concept of framing, ...
    • Urwyler, Christoph (2020)
      The decision on conditional release from prison (Art. 86 – 89 SCC) is one of the most important decisions in the Swiss criminal justice system. At stake are both the freedom of the convicted person, who is to be given a ...
    • Hänsenberger, Silvio (2018)
      The characteristics and abilities of autonomous drones pose major chal­lenges for liability law. Nowadays only personal injury and damage to property on the ground are covered by strict liability (Art. 64 para. 1 Swiss ...
    • Balazünbül, Zeynep (2021)
      Are armed drones a permissible and harmless military technology from the point of view of international humanitarian law? With this question, the author puts the much-discussed armed drones to the test of Article 36 of the ...
    • Qandeel, Mais (2018)
      "The situation in Palestine has influenced the deployment of international human rights law and international humanitarian law. The impact of longterm Israeli occupation and the rule of the Palestinian Authority in the ...
    • Eisentraut, Nikolas (2019)
      The present case repertory on administrative law is the first openly licensed case repertory in German jurisprudence. It wants to carry the idea of ​​free educational materials (so-called "Open Educational Resources") into ...
    • Thommen, Marc (2018)
      What are the origins of direct democracy in Switzerland? How does the Swiss judiciary function? What are the principles of Swiss civil, contract and administrative law? What is the role of public service broadcasting in ...
    • Posse-Ousmane, Samah (2017)
      This work focuses on the Blue Card Directive, not as a specific instrument, but as an integral part of the EU Immigration Policy Framework. Such an approach is necessary, given the sector-based approach and the legislative ...
    • Simmler, Monika (2018)
      This work examines the nature of criminal responsibility, and thereby the very heart of criminal law theory. The analysis exposes the relevance of criminal law and punishment for the stabilization of norms within society. ...
    • Poledna, Tomas; Schlauri, Simon; Schweizer, Samuel (2017)
      The work has been authored by 3 experts in enforcement law to analyse whether an administration or government may release software as open source.
    • Bourquin, Gabriel (2017)
      The present analysis focuses on the interpretation of art. 305bis of the Swiss Criminal Code. The author, Gabriel Bourquin, treats the problem of tax crimes as predicate offenses to money laundering. Where necessary, in ...
    • Fedosov, Anton (2020)
      Online social networks have made sharing personal experiences with others a common activity. Furthermore, modern mobile apps, cloud services, and wearable technologies expanded the scope of shared content on the internet ...
    • Garland, Lorenz (2019)
      The concept of equality of arms is often used in the context of criminal proceedings but is rarely defined clearly. The present work is preparing to give the term an outline. It highlights the historical roots of this ...
    • Ege, Gian; Schloenhardt, Andreas; Schwarzenegger, Christian (2020)
      "Wildlife trafficking threatens the existence of many plant and animal species and accelerates the destruction of wildlife, forests, and other natural resources. It contributes to environmental degradation, destroys unique ...