Archive | May, 2018

The EU-Turkey Statement – Questions on Legality and Efficiency

Introduction The European Union (“EU”) has been facing challenges in recent years related to the large number of people who want to come to Europe. Although the ongoing conflicts in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, and Eritrea were not new, the influx of people migrating to Europe had peaked in 2015. An overwhelming flow of smuggled […]

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The US and Corporate Social Responsibility in International Business Transactions: Has Anything Changed?

“You knock, and you knock, and you knock, and you knock, and you knock, and one day they are going to hear” Asma Jahangir, Pakistani Human Rights Lawyer and Activist With the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) movement gaining more and more momentum in the consumer, investment and legal spheres,[1] expectations towards companies have increased significantly. […]

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