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Repatriating the Children of Foreign Terrorist Fighters and the Extraterritorial Application of Human Rights

UPDATE: The CRC admissibility decision referred to in the post is no longer publicly available via ODS. I am unsure as to why that’s the case. Readers can find…

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We need to talk about citizenship, and race

Citizens and unauthorized migrants seemingly stand at opposite ends of the rights spectrum. While citizenship denotes the “fullest” bundle of rights, the legal status of unauthorized migrant generally…

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CERD Reaches Historic Decisions in Inter-State Communications

On 29 August 2019, the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) concluded its 99th session, in which it reached a historic decision on jurisdiction and…

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Passportisation: Risks for International Law and Stability – Response to Anne Peters

Introduction Anne Peters’ EJIL Talk! blog post Passportization: Risks for International Law and Stability regarding actions of the Russian Federation as regards applications for Russian nationality…

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Passportisation: Risks for international law and stability – Part II

Editor note: This is Part II of a two-part post. See Part I here. Part One of the blogpost examined the recent Russian…

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Passportisation: Risks for international law and stability – Part I

I. Fast track to Russian nationality On 24 April 2019, the Russian President issued an Executive Order identifying groups of persons entitled to a “fast-track procedure” when…

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Brexit Means Brexit: Does It so When It Comes to EU Citizenship?

Following a dramatic referendum, the United Kingdom triggered Art. 50 of the TEU in March 2017 officially commencing its withdrawal from the EU. At first glance, one…

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Shamima Begum may be a Bangladeshi Citizen After All

In 2015, Ms Shamima Begum, then a 15-year-old British citizen living in London, travelled to Syria to join the so-called Islamic State. Her fate was unknown until recently…

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