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31. Holzhacker, Ronald L. (ed.) : Freedom, security and justice in the European Union, 2014
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Freedom, security and justice in the European Union : internal and external dimensions of increased cooperation after the Lisbon Treaty / Holzhacker, Ronald L. (ed.) ; Luif, Paul, v, 146 p.. - Heidelberg : Springer, 2014.

ISBN 978-1-4614-7879-9

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS.. 1. Freedom, Security, and Justice: Intern- and Extern- alization in the EU and the Member States after the Lisbon Treaty. 2. New Parliamentary Practices in Justice and Home Affairs: Some Observations. 3. Non-Binding Peer Evaluation within an Area of Freedom, Security, and Justice. 4. Redefining the relationship between security, data retention and human rights. 5. The Externalization of undocumented migration controls as a threat for the EU’s constitutional commitment to fundamental human rights? 6. Prüm Treaty and Prüm decision. 7. The Interface between the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice and the Common Foreign and Security Policy of the EU: Legal Constraints to Political Objectives?

INDEX WORDS:
* EU = EU = EU
* gemensam utrikes- och säkerhetspolitik = CFSP = YUTP
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ
* Europarådet = Council of Europe = Euroopan Neuvosto
* straffrätt = criminal law = rikosoikeus
* dataskydd = data protection = tietosuoja
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* Europol = Europol = Europol
* extraterritoriell behörighet = extraterritorial jurisdiction = ekstraterritoriaalisuus
* asyl = asylum = turvapaikka
* utlänningar = aliens/non-citizens = ulkomaalaiset
* grundläggande rättigheter = fundamental rights = perusoikeudet
* Frontex = Frontex = Frontex
* verkställande = enforcement = voimaansaattaminen
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* implementering = implementation = toteuttaminen
* invandring = immigration = maahanmuutto
* det europeiska gränsövervakningssystemet = EUROSUR (European external border surveillance system) = Euroopan rajavalvontajärjestelmä
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* tolkning = interpretation = tulkinta
* återsändningsförbud = non-refoulement principle = palautuskielto
* terrorism = terrorism = terrorismi
* gränskontroll = border control = rajatarkastus
* fingeravtryck = fingerprints = sormenjäljet

NOTE (GENERAL): EU charter of fundamental rights; Treaty of Lisbon; Schengen agreement; ECHR;

LIBRARY LOCATION: Europarätt

URL http://www.springer.com/social+sciences/political+science/book/978-1-4614-7878-2

 
32. Peers, Steve ... [et al.] : The EU charter of fundamental rights , 2014
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The EU charter of fundamental rights : a commentary / Peers, Steve ... [et al.], xlii, 1893 p.. - Oxford : Hart, 2014.

ISBN 978-1-84946-308-9

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. PART I - COMMENTARY ON THE ARTICLES OF THE EU CHARTER OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS:. Article 1 - Human Dignity, by Catherine Dupré. Article 2 - Right to Life, by Elizabeth Wicks. Article 3 - Right to the Integrity of the Person, by Sabine Michalowski. Article 4 - Prohibition of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, by Manfred Nowak and Anne Charbord. Article 5 - Prohibition of Slavery and Forced Labour, by Heli Askola. Article 6 - Right to Liberty and Security, by Daniel Wilsher. Article 7 - Respect for Private and Family Life (Private Life, Home and Communications), by Jens Vested-Hansen. Article 7 - Right to Respect for Private and Family Life (Family Life Aspects), by Shazia Choudhry. Article 8 - Protection of Personal Data, by Herke Kranenborg. Article 9 - Right to Marry and Right to Found a Family, by Shazia Choudhry. Article 10 - Right to Freedom of Thought, Conscience and Religion, by Ronan McCrea. Article 11 - Freedom of Expression and Information, by Lorna Woods. Article 12 - Freedom of Assembly and of Association Article 12(1), by Filip Dorssemont. Article 12(2), by Jo Shaw and Lamin Khadar. Article 13 - Freedom of the Arts and Sciences, by Debbie Sayers. Article 14 - Right to Education, by Gisella Gori. Article 15 - Freedom to Choose an Occupation and Right to Engage in work, by Diamond Ashiagbor. Article 16 - Freedom to Conduct a Business, by Michele Everson and Rui Correia Gonçalves. Article 17 - Right to Property: Article 17(1), by Ferdinand Wollenschläger. Article 17(2), by Paul Torremans. Article 18 - Right to Asylum, by Maarten den Heijer. Article 19 - Protection in the Event of Removal, Expulsion or Extradition, by Elspeth Guild. Article 20 - Equality before the Law, by Mark Bell. Article 21 - Non-Discrimination, by Claire Kilpatrick. Article 22 - Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Diversity, by Rachael Craufurd Smith. Article 23 - Equality between Women and Men, by Dagmar Schiek. Article 24 - The Rights of the Child, by Ruth Lamont. Article 25 - The Rights of the Elderly, by Colm O'Cinneide. Article 26 - Integration of Persons with Disabilities, by Charlotte O'Brien. Article 27 - Workers' Right to Information and Consultation within the Undertaking, by Filip Dorssemont. Article 28 - Right of Collective Bargaining and Action, by Catherine Barnard. Article 29 - Right of Access to Placement Services, by Diamond Ashiagbor. Article 30 - Protection in the Event of Unjustified Dismissal, by Jeff Kenner. Article 31 - Fair and Just Working Conditions, by Alan Bogg. Article 32 - Prohibition of Child Labour and Protection of Young People at Work, by Helen Stalford. Article 33 - Family and Professional Life, by Cathryn Costello. Article 34 - Social Security and Social Assistance, by Robin White. Article 35 - The Right to Health Care, by Tamara Hervey and Jean McHale. Article 36 - Access to Services of General Economic Interest, by Erika Szyszczak. Article 37 - Environmental Protection, by Elisa Morgera and Gracia Marín Durán. Article 38 - Consumer Protection, by Steve Weatherill. Article 39 - Right to Vote and to Stand as a Candidate at Elections to the European Parliament, by Lamin Khadar and Jo Shaw. Article 40 - Right to Vote and to Stand as a Candidate at Municipal Elections, by Kees Groenendijk. Article 41 - Right to Good Administration, by Paul Craig. Article 42 - Right of Access to Documents, by Deirdre Curtin and Joana Mendes. Article 43 - European Ombudsman, by Ian Harden. Article 44 - Right to Petition, by Mats Lindfelt. Article 45 - Freedom of Movement and of Residence, by Eleanor Spaventa. Article 46 - Diplomatic and Consular Protection, by Eileen Denza. Article 47 - Right to an Effective Remedy and to a Fair Trial, by Pekka Aalto, Herwig CH Hofmann, Liisa Holopainen, Elina Paunio, Laurent Pech, Debbie Sayers, Dinah Shelton and Angela Ward. Article 48 - Presumption of Innocence and Right of Defence (Administrative Law), by Hanns Peter Nehl. Article 48 - Presumption of Innocence and Right of Defence (Criminal Law), by Debbie Sayers. Article 49 - Principles of Legality and Proportionality of Criminal Offences and Penalties, by Valsamis Mitsilegas. Article 50 - Right not to be Tried or Punished Twice in Criminal Proceedings for the same Criminal Offence, by Jonathan Tomkin. Article 51 - Field of Application, by Angela Ward. Article 52 - Scope and Interpretation of Rights and Principles, by Steve Peers and Sacha Prechal. Article 53 - Level of Protection, by Bruno de Witte. Article 54 - Abuse of Rights, by Lorna Woods. PART II - REFLECTIONS ON THE EU CHARTER OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS:. 1. THE PLACE OF THE CHARTER IN THE EU CONSTITUTIONAL EDIFICE, by Koen Lenaerts and José Antonio Gutiérrez-Fons. 2. Protocol (No 30) on the Application of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union to Poland and the United Kingdom, by Anthony Arnull. 3. The EU Fundamental Rights Agency and the Fundamental Rights Charter: How Fundamental is the Link Between them?, by Gabriel N Toggenburg. 4. The Implementation of the Charter by the Institutions of the European Union, by Olivier De Schutter. 5. The Extraterritorial Application of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights: From Territoriality to Facticity, the Effectiveness Model, by Violeta Moreno-Lax and Cathryn Costello. 6. The Charter and Universal Human Rights Instruments, by Allan Rosas. 7. Fundamental Social Rights in the Charter-Are They Rights? Are They Fundamental?, by Niilo Jääskinen. 8. The Explanations Relating to the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, by Jean-Paul Jacqué. PART III - COMMENTARY ON THE TREATY OF EU ACCESSION TO THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS:. 1. AGREEMENT ON THE ACCESSION OF THE EUROPEAN UNION TO THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS Paul Gragl.

INDEX WORDS:
* abort = abortion = abortti
* AFSJ = AFSJ = AFSJ
* asyl = asylum = turvapaikka
* barn = children = lapset
* medborgarskap = citizenship (EU) = kansalaisuus
* gemensam utrikes- och säkerhetspolitik = CFSP = YUTP
* Europarådet = Council of Europe = Euroopan Neuvosto
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* upphovsrätt = copyright = tekijänoikeus
* straffrätt = criminal law = rikosoikeus
* dataskydd = data protection = tietosuoja
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* miljöskydd = environmental protection = ympäristönsuojelu
* jämlikhet = equality = tasa-arvo
* arbetsförhållanden = working conditions = työolosuhteet
* familjeåterförening = family reunification = perheen yhdistäminen
* grundläggande rättigheter = fundamental rights = perusoikeudet
* hatpropaganda = hate speech = vihapropaganda
* människovärde = human dignity = ihmisarvo
* invandring = immigration = maahanmuutto
* immaterialrätt = intellectual property rights = immateriaalioikeus
* ILO = ILO = ILO
* äktenskap = marriage = avioliitto
* icke-diskriminering = non-discrimination = syrjintäkielto
* återsändningsförbud = non-refoulement principle = palautuskielto
* våldtäkt = rape = raiskaus
* respekt för privatliv = respect for private life = yksityiselämän kunnioittaminen
* rätt till undervisning = right to education = oikeus opetukseen
* äganderätt = right to property = omistusoikeus
* rösträtt = right to vote = äänioikeus
* de äldres rätt = rights of elderly = vanhempien ihmisten oikeudet
* terrorism = terrorism = terrorismi
* tortyr = torture = kidutus
* fackföreningar = trade unions = ammattiyhdistykset
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* FRONTEX = FRONTEX = FRONTEX
* Europol = Europol = Europol

NOTE (GENERAL): Aarhus convention; AMR; ACHPR; CAT; ECPT; ECHR; Convention on human rights and biomedicine; Convention on the adaption of children; CERD; CEDAW; CRC; CRPD; Refugee convention; TFEU; Lisbon treaty; Arab charter on human rights; European charter for regional and minority languages; ESC;

LIBRARY LOCATION: Europarätt

URL http://www.fp7-frame.eu/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Peers_Hervey_Kenner_Ward_A5.pdf

 
33. Guild, Elspeth (ed.) : The reconceptualization of European Union citizenship, 2014
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The reconceptualization of European Union citizenship / Guild, Elspeth (ed.) ; Gortazar Rotaeche, Cristina ; Kostakopoulou, Dora - (Immigration and asylum law and policy in Europe ; vol. 33), xvii, 405 p.. - Leiden : Brill, 2014.

ISBN 978-04-25151-9

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: PART I: Identity and EU Citizenship:. 1. Identity, Member States Nationality and EU Citizenship Restitution of Former European Nationals v. Naturalisation of New European Residents?, by Cristina Gortázar Rotaeche. 2. The ‘Ethnicisation’ of European Citizenship: An Assessment of the Latest Roma Policy Controversies at EU Levels, by Sergio Carrera. 3. Nationality: The Missing Link between Citizenship of the European Union and European Migration Policy, by Sara Iglesias Sánchez. 4. Towards a Citizenship of the Association? On the Future of Non-discrimination, Preferential Treatment and the Standstill Clauses in the EU-Turkey Association Regime, by Annette Schrauwen and Thomas Vandamme. 5. Privileged Third Country Nationals and their Right to Free Movement and Residence to and in the EU Questions of Status and Competence, by Paula García Andrade. 6. Social Integration of Third Country Nationals and Spanish Nationality Law, by José María Rúiz de Huidobro. 7. Dealing with Loopholes in National and EU Citizenship: Spanish Nationality in the Case of Western Sahara, by Alberto Martín Pérez and Francisco Javier Moreno. PART II: Solidarity and EU Citizenship:. 1. Reverse Discrimination, Family Reunification and Union Citizens of Immigrant Origin, by Kees Groenendijk. 2. Does European Citizenship Blur the Borders of Solidarity?, by Elspeth Guild. 3. Directive 2004/38 and Access to Social Assistance Benefits, by Paul Minderhoud. 4. Social security coverage of non-active persons moving to another Member State, by Filip van Overmeiren, Eberhard Eichenhofer and Herwig Verschueren. PART III: Equality and EU Citizenship:. 1. Reverse Discrimination – A Belgian Perspective, by Valérie Verbist. 2. Citizenship of Rights and the Principle of the Highest Standard of Fundamental Rights’ Protection: Notes on the Melloni Case, by Alessandra Aparecida Souza Silveira. 3. Equality across the Legal Orders or Voiding EU Citizenship of Content, by Dimitry Kochenov. 4. The Charter of Fundamental Rights and EU citizenship The Link with EU Law Re-examined, by Jože Štrus and Nina Peršak. 5. European Citizenship: Toward Renationalization or Cosmopolitan Europe? by Espen E.H. Olsen. 6. Immigration Without Incorporation:EU Migration Policy in a Post-Citizenship Europe?, by Peo Hanseni.

INDEX WORDS:
* EU-rätt = EU law = EU-oikeus
* medborgarskap = citizenship (EU) = kansalaisuus
* rörelsefrihet = freedom of movement = liikkumisvapaus
* nationalitet = nationality = kansallisuus
* familjeåterförening = family reunification = perheen yhdistäminen
* jämlikhet = equality = tasa-arvo
* icke-diskriminering = non-discrimination = syrjintäkielto
* gränskontroll = border control = rajatarkastus
* FRONTEX = FRONTEX = FRONTEX
* Europol = Europol = Europol
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ
* rättsfall/rättspraxis = cases/case law = oikeustapaukset/oikeuskäytäntö

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Africa / Albania / Austria / Azerbaijan / Belgium / Bosnia-Herzegovina / Bulgaria / Croatia / Cyprus / Czech Republic / Denmark / Estonia / France / Germany / Hungary / Ireland / Italy / Liechtenstein / Lithuania / Macedonia / Malta / Moldova / Monaco / Netherlands / Poland / Portugal / romania / Serbia / Slovak Republic / Slovenia / Spain / Sweden / Switzerland / Turkey / United Kingdom / Ukraine / Western Sahara

NOTE (GENERAL): CERD; EU charter of fundamental rights;

LIBRARY LOCATION: Europarätt

URL http://www.brill.com/products/book/reconceptualization-european-union-citizenship

 
34. Guilfoyle, Douglas (ed.) : Modern piracy, 2013
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Modern piracy : legal challenges and responses / Guilfoyle, Douglas (ed.), xvi, 354 p.. - Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar, 2013.

ISBN 978-1-84980-484-4

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Contents:. 1. Introduction: Piracy, Law and Lawyers, by Douglas Guilfoyle. PART I: CONTEXT:. 2. Piracy and Armed Robbery Against Ships in Southeast Asia, by Robert Beckman. 3. Piracy off Somalia and Counter-piracy Efforts, by Douglas Guilfoyle. 4. Petro-Piracy: Predation and Counter-Predation in Nigerian Waters, by Martin N. Murphy. 5. Responses to Contemporary Piracy: Disentangling the Organizational Field, by Christian Bueger. PART II: PIRACY AND PUBLIC LAW:. 6. Piracy and the International Law of the Sea, by Tullio Treves. 7. Capture and Disruption Operations: The Use of Force in Counter-Piracy off Somalia, by Andrew Murdoch and Douglas Guilfoyle. 8. Initiating Criminal Proceedings with Military Force: Some Legal Aspects of Policing Somali Pirates by Navies Håkan Friman and Jens Lindborg. 9. Reshaping Maritime Security Cooperation: The Importance of Interagency Coordination at the National Level, by Brian Wilson. PART III: PIRACY AND PRIVATE LAW:. 10. International and Comparative Regulation of Private Maritime Security Companies Employed in Counter-piracy, by James Kraska. 11. What is a Pirate? A Common Law Answer to an Age-old Question, by Peter MacDonald Eggers. 12. Insurance Protection Against Piracy, by Peter MacDonald Eggers. 13. Piracy and Carriage of Goods by Sea, by Keith Michel. PART IV: CONCLUSIONS:. 14. Policy Tensions and the Legal Regime Governing Piracy, by Douglas Guilfoyle.

INDEX WORDS:
* väpnad konflikt = armed conflict = aseellinen selkkaus
* sjöröveri = piracy = piratismi
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* Europol = Europol = Europol
* EU = EU = EU
* utlämning = extradition = luovuttaminen
* användning av maktmedel = use of force = voimakeinojen käyttö

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Afghanistan / Africa / Benin / Canada / Denmark / East Africa / France / Germany / Guyana / India / Indonesia / Japan / Italy / Iran / Iraq / Madagascar / Malaysia / Mozambique / Netherlands / Philippines / Russian Federation / Seychelles / Singapore / Somalia / South Korea / Sri Lanka / Switzerland / Tanzania / Uganda / Ukraine / Venezuela / West Africa / Yemen

NOTE (GENERAL): ECHR; Geneva convention on the high seas; ICCPR; CAT;

URL http://www.e-elgar.co.uk/bookentry_main.lasso?id=14168

 
35. Trauner, Florian (ed.) : Policy change in the area of freedom, security and justice, 2015
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Policy change in the area of freedom, security and justice : How EU institutions matter / Trauner, Florian (ed.) ; Ripoll Servent, Ariadna (ed.), xv, 248 p. - London : Routledge, 2015.

ISBN 978-1-138-78750-6

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Jörg Monar: Setting the context: why EU institutions matter in justice and home affairs. 2. Florian Trauner and Ariadna Ripoll Servent: The analytical framework: EU institutions, policy change and the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice. 3. Ariadna Ripoll Servent and Florian Trauner: Asylum: limited policy change due to new norms of institutional behaviour. 4. Roderick Parkes: Borders: EU institutions fail to reconcile their agendas despite communitarisation. 5. Andrew Geddes: Migration: differential institutionalisation and its effects. 6. Alex Mackenzie, Christian Kaunert and Sarah Leonard: Counter-terrorism: supranational EU institutions seizing windows of opportunity. 7. Monica Den Boer: Police cooperation: a reluctant dance with the supranational EU institutions. 8. Valsamis Mitsilegas and Niovi Vavoula: Criminal law: institutional rebalancing and judicialisation as drivers of policy change. 9. Dora Kostakopoulou: Citizenship and integration: contiguity, contagion and evolution. 10. Paul De Bert and Vagelis Papakonstantinou: Data protection: the EU institutions' battle over data processing vs individual rights. 11. Eva Storskrubb: Civil justice: the contested nature of the scope of EU legislation. 12. Florian Trauner and Sandra Lavenex: A comparative view: understanding and explaining policy change in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice.

INDEX WORDS:
* EU = EU = EU
* AFSJ = AFSJ = AFSJ
* asyl = asylum = turvapaikka
* gränskontroll = border control = rajatarkastus
* migration = migration = siirtolaisuus
* counter-terrorism = counter-terrorism = terrorismin vastainen toiminta
* dataskydd = data protection = tietosuoja
* EU-institutioner = EU-institutions = EU-laitokset
* straffrätt = criminal law = rikosoikeus
* Europol = Europol = Europol
* medborgarskap = citizenship (EU) = kansalaisuus
* juridiskt samarbete = judicial co-operation = oikeudellinen yhteistyö

LIBRARY LOCATION: m

 
36. Mitsilegas, Valsamis (ed.) : Research handbook on EU criminal law, 2016
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Research handbook on EU criminal law / Mitsilegas, Valsamis (ed.) ; Bergström, Maria (ed.) ; Konstadinides, Theodore (ed.), xxxvi, 621 p. - Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016.

ISBN 978-1-78347-330-4

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Koen Lenaerts and José A. Gutiérrez-Fons: The European Court of Justice and fundamental rights in the field of criminal law. 2. Henri Labayle: The institutional framework. 3. Rosaria Sicurella: EU competence in criminal matters. 4. Maria Fletcher: EU criminal law flexibility: what lessons from the UK Protocol No. 36 saga?. 5. Paul De Hert: EU criminal law and fundamental rights. 6. Alexandros Kargopoulos: Fundamental rights, national identity and EU criminal law. 7. Valsamis Mitsilegas: Mutual recognition, mutual trust and fundamental rights after Lisbon. 8. Jacqueline Hodgson: Criminal procedure in Europe's Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: the rights of the suspect. 9. Anne Weyembergh and Ines Armada: The principle of ne bis in idem in Europe's Area of Freedom, Security and Justice. 10. Luisa Marin: The fate of the Data Retention Directive: about mass surveillance and fundamental rights in the EU legal order. 11. Ester Herlin-Karnell: Is administrative law still relevant? How the battle of sanctions has shaped EU criminal law. 12. Christopher Harding: The relationship between EU criminal law and competition law. 13. Valsamis Mitsilegas, Malgosia Fitzmaurice and Elena Fasoli: The relationship between EU criminal law and environmental law. 14. Niovi Vavoula: The interplay between EU immigration law and national criminal law: the case of the Return Directive. 15. Petter Asp: European criminal law and national criminal law. 16. Maria Bergström: Money laundering. 17. Saskia Hufnagel: Organized crime. 18. Maria Kaiafa-Gbandi: Punishing corruption in the public and the private sector: key issues on current EU policy and rule-of-law challenge. 19. Francesca Galli: Terrorism. 20. Tom Obokata: Evolution of the EU action against trafficking of human beings. 21. Michèle Coninsx: Eurojust. 22. Sabina Gless: Europol. 23. Katalin Ligeti: The European Public Prosecutor's Office. 24. Adam Lazowski: EU criminal law and EU enlargement. 25. Elaine Fahey: Transatlantic cooperation in criminal law. 26. Iain Cameron: EU anti-terrorism sanctions. 27. Theodore Konstadinides: EU law and international cooperation in criminal matters: a tale of legal competence and political competency. 28. Pedro Caeiro: The relationship between European and international criminal law (and the absent(?), third).

INDEX WORDS:
* EU = EU = EU
* EU-rätt = EU law = EU-oikeus
* grundläggande rättigheter = fundamental rights = perusoikeudet
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ
* AFSJ = AFSJ = AFSJ
* straffrätt = criminal justice = rikosoikeus
* europeiska arresteringsordern = European arrest warrant (EAW) = eurooppalainen pidätysmääräys
* straffprocess = criminal procedure = rikosprosessi
* non bis in idem = non bis in idem = non bis in idem
* dataskydd = data protection = tietosuoja
* sanktioner = sanctions = pakotteet
* penningtvätt = money laundering = rahanpesu
* konkurrenslag = competition law = kilpailuoikeus
* miljörätt = environmental law = ympäristöoikeus
* irreguljära invandrare = irregular immigration = laittomat maahanmuuttajat
* organiserad brottslighet = organized criminality = järjestäytynyt rikollisuus
* korruption = corruption = korruptio
* terrorism = terrorism = terrorismi
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* Eurojust = Eurojust (European Union's Judicial Cooperation Unit) = Eurojust
* Europol = Europol = Europol
* EU-utvidgning = EU-enlargement = EU-laajentuminen
* counter-terrorism = counter-terrorism = terrorismin vastainen toiminta

NOTE (GENERAL): TFEU: Charter of fundamental rights of the European Union

LIBRARY LOCATION: IMR

SHELF CODE: Inst.ref.


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