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Stickydiritto internazionale pubblico

Luigi Crema (Università degli Studi di Milano) The recent war in Ukraine has received extensive coverage, both in the media and among legal scholars. Aggressions are prohibited, although they are more common than we would hope, and the narrative of annexation is not only prohibited, but is one many of

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Stickydiritto internazionale pubblico

Federica Favuzza (Università di Milano) At the time of writing, the conflict in Ukraine has been raging for days. As Russian troops entered Ukrainian territory from its Northern, Eastern and Southern borders, allegedly soon to be joined by Belarusian troops, and the so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics started evacuating

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diritto dell'Unione europeadiritto internazionale pubblico

Il 20 giugno 2019 l’Unione europea, constatata l’impossibilità di giungere a una soluzione mutuamente accettabile mediante la fase conciliativa già avviata il 15 gennaio 2019, ha attivato per la prima volta la fase contenziosa del sistema di soluzione delle controversie contemplato nell’Accordo di associazione con l’Ucraina e chiesto, quindi, la costituzione di un panel di esperti volto a verificare la compatibilità, con l’Accordo stesso, delle misure di restrizione all’esportazione di varie tipologie di legname non trattato adottate dalla controparte.

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diritto dell'Unione europea

What was still a hypothetical scenario few months ago has now become reality: the Dutch citizens rejected the approval of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement (AA) with a majority of 61 % and with a turnout of 32.28 %. As a result, the referendum is considered “valid” under the Dutch Advisory Referendum Act (DAR) and it is now for the Dutch government to decide “as soon as possible” upon the actual implications of this result. Before analyzing the potential legal options, some preliminary remarks are in place.

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