State Immunity in international law is when a state can claim freedom from the jurisdiction of another state.
–‘The first and foremost restriction placed by international law upon a State is that…it may not exercise its powers in any form in the territory of another State.’ (Lotus) •Territoriality...
Since 1957, the treaty founding the EEC has contained provisions to ensure the free movement of workers within the European Union (in addition to Norway, Iceland and Lichtenstein). This was to allow mobility within the...
This hub deals with the legislation, directives and cases behind the development of European Union (EU) Discrimination Law.
This article deals with quantitative restrictions and measures equivalent to quantitative restrictions (MEQR) in the European Union's concept of Free Movement of Goods.
This hub takes a look at Liberal Idealism as it existed from 1919 to 1939 and the lasting impact it has had on present day I.R. theories.
The EU is an ever expanding institution. In this article past expansions are detailed, future candidate countries are discussed and possible future limits of EU expansion are highlighted.