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103 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Vorwort / von Frank Lesske
  • Strukturen, Akteure und Entwicklungstendenzen der politischen Bildung in Lettland / von Saskia Boiselle
  • Einleitung
  • Stand und Problemfelder der Demokratisierung in Lettland
  • Das politische System Lettlands im Wandel
  • Die heutige politische Kultur in Lettland unter Berücksichtigung der Auswirkungen der sowjetischen Sozialisation
  • Politische Kenntnisse und Fähigkeiten der Bevölkerung in Lettland im Vergleich
  • Die Aufgaben der politischen Bildung
  • Die Akteure der politischen Bildung
  • Der Staat als Akteur der politischen Bildung (staatlich intern)
  • Die Arbeit der deutschen Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (staatlich extern)
  • Nationale Nicht-Regierungsorganisationen als Träger politischer Bildung
  • Die Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) als externe NichtRegierungsorganisation
  • Fazit und Ausblick
  • Literatur
  • Herausforderungen für die politische Bildungsarbeit der Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Russland / von Christian André Behrens
  • Einleitung
  • Stand und Problemfelder der Demokratisierung in Russland
  • Transformation a là Putin
  • Das NGO-Gesetz und sein politisches Umfeld
  • Die Arbeit der FES und ihrer Partner in der Russischen Föderation
  • Die Arbeit der FES in der Russischen Föderation bis 2000
  • Die Gewerkschaftsarbeit der FES
  • Die Arbeit der FES auf dem Cebiet der Wirtschafts- und Sozialpolitik
  • Die Arbeit der FES in den Regionen
  • Die außenpolitische Arbeit der FES
  • Allgemeine Maßnahmen zur Förderung der Demokratie in Russland
  • Die Arbeit der FES ab 2001
  • Die Gewerkschaftsarbeit der FES
  • Die Arbeit der FES auf dem Gebiet der Wirtschafts- und Sozialpolitik
  • Die Arbeit der FES in den Regionen
  • Die außenpolitische Arbeit der FES
  • Allgemeine Maßnahmen zur Förderung der Demokratie in Russland
  • Das neue NGO-Gesetz und seine Auswirkungen auf die politische Bildungsarbeit in Russland
  • Der Inhalt des neuen Gesetzes
  • Unmittelbare Folgen seit der Verabschiedung des Gesetzes
  • Unmittelbare Folgen für NGOs
  • Folgen für die deutschen politischen Stiftungen
  • Die Meinung der Bevölkerung zum NGO-Gesetz
  • Internationale Reaktionen auf das Gesetz
  • Die langfristigen Folgen des NGO-Gesetzes in vier Szenarien
  • Die Zivilgesellschaft verlagert sich in den Untergrund
  • Die Stiftungen unterstützen den Protest der NGOs
  • Die Staatsführung reagiert auf den Widerstand und entschärft das Gesetz
  • Der bestehende Gesetzeskatalog wird noch erweitert
  • Fazit und Ausblick
  • Literatur
  • Autorinnen und Autoren
  • Über die Reihe.
  • Vorwort / von Frank Lesske
  • Strukturen, Akteure und Entwicklungstendenzen der politischen Bildung in Lettland / von Saskia Boiselle
  • Einleitung
  • Stand und Problemfelder der Demokratisierung in Lettland
  • Das politische System Lettlands im Wandel
  • Die heutige politische Kultur in Lettland unter Berücksichtigung der Auswirkungen der sowjetischen Sozialisation
  • Politische Kenntnisse und Fähigkeiten der Bevölkerung in Lettland im Vergleich
  • Die Aufgaben der politischen Bildung
  • Die Akteure der politischen Bildung
  • Der Staat als Akteur der politischen Bildung (staatlich intern)
  • Die Arbeit der deutschen Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (staatlich extern)
  • Nationale Nicht-Regierungsorganisationen als Träger politischer Bildung
  • Die Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) als externe NichtRegierungsorganisation
  • Fazit und Ausblick
  • Literatur
  • Herausforderungen für die politische Bildungsarbeit der Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Russland / von Christian André Behrens
  • Einleitung
  • Stand und Problemfelder der Demokratisierung in Russland
  • Transformation a là Putin
  • Das NGO-Gesetz und sein politisches Umfeld
  • Die Arbeit der FES und ihrer Partner in der Russischen Föderation
  • Die Arbeit der FES in der Russischen Föderation bis 2000
  • Die Gewerkschaftsarbeit der FES
  • Die Arbeit der FES auf dem Cebiet der Wirtschafts- und Sozialpolitik
  • Die Arbeit der FES in den Regionen
  • Die außenpolitische Arbeit der FES
  • Allgemeine Maßnahmen zur Förderung der Demokratie in Russland
  • Die Arbeit der FES ab 2001
  • Die Gewerkschaftsarbeit der FES
  • Die Arbeit der FES auf dem Gebiet der Wirtschafts- und Sozialpolitik
  • Die Arbeit der FES in den Regionen
  • Die außenpolitische Arbeit der FES
  • Allgemeine Maßnahmen zur Förderung der Demokratie in Russland
  • Das neue NGO-Gesetz und seine Auswirkungen auf die politische Bildungsarbeit in Russland
  • Der Inhalt des neuen Gesetzes
  • Unmittelbare Folgen seit der Verabschiedung des Gesetzes
  • Unmittelbare Folgen für NGOs
  • Folgen für die deutschen politischen Stiftungen
  • Die Meinung der Bevölkerung zum NGO-Gesetz
  • Internationale Reaktionen auf das Gesetz
  • Die langfristigen Folgen des NGO-Gesetzes in vier Szenarien
  • Die Zivilgesellschaft verlagert sich in den Untergrund
  • Die Stiftungen unterstützen den Protest der NGOs
  • Die Staatsführung reagiert auf den Widerstand und entschärft das Gesetz
  • Der bestehende Gesetzeskatalog wird noch erweitert
  • Fazit und Ausblick
  • Literatur
  • Autorinnen und Autoren
  • Über die Reihe.
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1 online resource (2 unnumbered pages) : color illustrations.
Book
287 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 21 cm
  • Vorwort
  • Einleitung
  • Grußwort von Dr. Robert Neugröschel, Vorsitzender der jüdischen Gemeinde Aachen
  • Grußwort von Prof. Dr. Heinrich Mussinghoff, Bischof von Aachen
  • Grußwort von Hans-Peter Bruckhoff, Superintendent des evangelischen Kirchenkreises Aachen
  • Meine drei Leben
  • Vorwort
  • Einleitung
  • Mein erstes Leben in Lettland
  • Mein zweites Leben in der Sowjetunion
  • Mein drittes Leben in Deutschland
  • Schlusswort
  • Anmerkungen
  • Meine Eltern
  • Italien im Herzen, im Geiste und in der Wirklichkeit
  • Anmerkungen
  • Meine Professoren
  • Anmerkungen
  • Erinnerungssplitter
  • Einleitung
  • Mein Kindergarten
  • Ich besuche die 8. Städtische deutsche Grundschule
  • Unsere Anna
  • Die Jecken
  • Moderne populäre Musik in meiner Jugend
  • Hundert Tage vor dem Abitur
  • Ich will einen Führerschein erhalten
  • Meine Arbeit, die Universität, der Lehrstuhl, meine Kollegen
  • Frau Lea Cherfas singt das "Gaudeamus Igitur"
  • Wie ich Stalins Tod erlebte
  • Mein Sohn Mischa hat beschlossen zu heiraten
  • Wie wir in eine neue Wohnung zogen
  • Ich lerne den Computer kennen
  • Treffen mit berühmten Persönlichkeiten
  • Treffen mit ausländischen Wissenschaftlern in den 70- er und 80-er Jahren
  • Mein tägliches Leben in den 60-er, 70-er und 80-er Jahren
  • Die ersten Eindrücke von der DDR
  • Die Gorbatschow Aera in der DDR
  • Wie wir uns zum Sowjetregime verhielten, und wie sich das Sowjetregime zu mir verhielt
  • Das Schicksal war mir immer hold
  • Ich werde 90 Jahre alt
  • Meine letzte Reise nach Italien 2013
  • Inhaltsverzeichnis.
  • Vorwort
  • Einleitung
  • Grußwort von Dr. Robert Neugröschel, Vorsitzender der jüdischen Gemeinde Aachen
  • Grußwort von Prof. Dr. Heinrich Mussinghoff, Bischof von Aachen
  • Grußwort von Hans-Peter Bruckhoff, Superintendent des evangelischen Kirchenkreises Aachen
  • Meine drei Leben
  • Vorwort
  • Einleitung
  • Mein erstes Leben in Lettland
  • Mein zweites Leben in der Sowjetunion
  • Mein drittes Leben in Deutschland
  • Schlusswort
  • Anmerkungen
  • Meine Eltern
  • Italien im Herzen, im Geiste und in der Wirklichkeit
  • Anmerkungen
  • Meine Professoren
  • Anmerkungen
  • Erinnerungssplitter
  • Einleitung
  • Mein Kindergarten
  • Ich besuche die 8. Städtische deutsche Grundschule
  • Unsere Anna
  • Die Jecken
  • Moderne populäre Musik in meiner Jugend
  • Hundert Tage vor dem Abitur
  • Ich will einen Führerschein erhalten
  • Meine Arbeit, die Universität, der Lehrstuhl, meine Kollegen
  • Frau Lea Cherfas singt das "Gaudeamus Igitur"
  • Wie ich Stalins Tod erlebte
  • Mein Sohn Mischa hat beschlossen zu heiraten
  • Wie wir in eine neue Wohnung zogen
  • Ich lerne den Computer kennen
  • Treffen mit berühmten Persönlichkeiten
  • Treffen mit ausländischen Wissenschaftlern in den 70- er und 80-er Jahren
  • Mein tägliches Leben in den 60-er, 70-er und 80-er Jahren
  • Die ersten Eindrücke von der DDR
  • Die Gorbatschow Aera in der DDR
  • Wie wir uns zum Sowjetregime verhielten, und wie sich das Sowjetregime zu mir verhielt
  • Das Schicksal war mir immer hold
  • Ich werde 90 Jahre alt
  • Meine letzte Reise nach Italien 2013
  • Inhaltsverzeichnis.
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82 pages ; 20 cm
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xxviii, 237 pages : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm
The history of the Latvian people begins some four and a half millennia ago with the arrival of the proto-Baltic Indo-Europeans to northern Europe. One branch of these migrants coalesced into a community which evolved a distinctive and remarkably robust culture and language, and which eventually developed into a loose federation of tribal kingdoms that stretched from the shores of the Baltic sea to the upper Dniepr river. But these small independent kingdoms were unable to resist the later invasion of the Teutonic Knights in 1201, an invasion that initiated nearly eight hundred years of helotry for the Latvians in their own domains. In the centuries of domination by successive European powers that followed, the inhabitants nonetheless preserved a powerful sense of identity, fostered by their ancient language, oral literature, songs and customs. These in turn informed and gave impetus to the rise of national consciousness in the nineteenth century and the political activities of the twentieth which brought the modern nation-state of Latvia into being.This book traces the genesis and growth of that nation, its endurance over centuries of conquest and oppression, the process by which it achieved its independence, and its status as a member of the European community in the twenty-first century.
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The history of the Latvian people begins some four and a half millennia ago with the arrival of the proto-Baltic Indo-Europeans to northern Europe. One branch of these migrants coalesced into a community which evolved a distinctive and remarkably robust culture and language, and which eventually developed into a loose federation of tribal kingdoms that stretched from the shores of the Baltic sea to the upper Dniepr river. But these small independent kingdoms were unable to resist the later invasion of the Teutonic Knights in 1201, an invasion that initiated nearly eight hundred years of helotry for the Latvians in their own domains. In the centuries of domination by successive European powers that followed, the inhabitants nonetheless preserved a powerful sense of identity, fostered by their ancient language, oral literature, songs and customs. These in turn informed and gave impetus to the rise of national consciousness in the nineteenth century and the political activities of the twentieth which brought the modern nation-state of Latvia into being.This book traces the genesis and growth of that nation, its endurance over centuries of conquest and oppression, the process by which it achieved its independence, and its status as a member of the European community in the twenty-first century.
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Video
1 streaming video file (48 min.) : digital, sound, color
Revisits four children in England, Brazil, Papua New Guinea, and Latvia, who were born in 1992, the year of the first Rio Earth Summit, and measures the impact of globalization on their lives.
Revisits four children in England, Brazil, Papua New Guinea, and Latvia, who were born in 1992, the year of the first Rio Earth Summit, and measures the impact of globalization on their lives.

7. 18 [2014]

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174 pages ; 23 cm
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236 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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399 pages : color illustrations, maps (some color, some folded), plans ; 25 cm
This guide book is a must-have for all who are interested in European architecture and its rich history of diversified culture. Undoubtedly Riga is famous for its unique mixture of styles and traces of war and politics: German roots, Art Nouveau at its highest quality, Soviet Modernism, and a young European's nation on its way to architectural profile. In 1997 the central part of Riga was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Daugava embankment and numerous streets with medieval roots encircle this special area. The author's selection provides descriptions of nearly 800 buildings and various places in Riga and its vicinity. Buildings of all historical periods and architectural styles are described, ranging from centuries old monuments to buildings currently under construction.
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This guide book is a must-have for all who are interested in European architecture and its rich history of diversified culture. Undoubtedly Riga is famous for its unique mixture of styles and traces of war and politics: German roots, Art Nouveau at its highest quality, Soviet Modernism, and a young European's nation on its way to architectural profile. In 1997 the central part of Riga was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Daugava embankment and numerous streets with medieval roots encircle this special area. The author's selection provides descriptions of nearly 800 buildings and various places in Riga and its vicinity. Buildings of all historical periods and architectural styles are described, ranging from centuries old monuments to buildings currently under construction.
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3 volumes : illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm
  • Teil 1. Benjamin Kleberg 1692, Johann Christian Klebergk 1695, Johan Christoph Klebergk 1702, Bernhard Kleberg 1739 und weitere Kleberg's
  • Teil 2. Georg Christoph Demme 1750, Johann Christian Demme 1759, Gottfried Andreas Schotte 1758, Florian Christian Schotte 1760, Johann David Schotte 1763, Friedrich Gottfried Werner 1848
  • Teil 3. Rinckleb 1655 bis 1661, Beyrodt 1683 bis 1801, Rinneberg 1703 und 1706, Vockrodt 1714 und 1775.
  • Teil 1. Benjamin Kleberg 1692, Johann Christian Klebergk 1695, Johan Christoph Klebergk 1702, Bernhard Kleberg 1739 und weitere Kleberg's
  • Teil 2. Georg Christoph Demme 1750, Johann Christian Demme 1759, Gottfried Andreas Schotte 1758, Florian Christian Schotte 1760, Johann David Schotte 1763, Friedrich Gottfried Werner 1848
  • Teil 3. Rinckleb 1655 bis 1661, Beyrodt 1683 bis 1801, Rinneberg 1703 und 1706, Vockrodt 1714 und 1775.
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CS627 .M83 B53 2014 T.1 Unknown
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316 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
"The best book written on Latvia by a foreigner: incisive, well-informed, and persuasive" Edward Lucas, The Economist What do we know about Latvia and the Latvians? A Baltic (not Balkan) nation that emerged from fifty years under the Soviet Union - interrupted by a brief but brutal Nazi-German occupation and a devastating war - now a member of the European Union and NATO. Yes, but what else? Relentless accusations keep appearing, especially in Russian media, often repeated in the West: "Latvian soldiers single-handedly saved Lenin's revolution in 1917, " "Latvians killed Tsar Nikolai II and the Royal family, " "Latvia was a thoroughly anti-Semitic country and Latvians started killing Jews even before the Germans arrived in 1941, " "Nazi revival is rampant in today's Latvia, " "The Russian minority is persecuted in Latvia. . ." True, false or in-between? The Finnish journalist and author Jukka Rislakki examines charges like these and provides an outline of Latvia's recent history while attempting to separate documented historical fact from misinformation and deliberate disinformation. His analysis helps to explain why the Baltic States (population 7 million) consistently top the enemy lists in public opinion polls of Russia (143 million). His knowledge of the Baltic languages allows him to make use of local sources and up-to-date historical research. He is a former Baltic States correspondent for Finland's largest daily newspaper Helsingin Sanomat and the author of several books on Finnish and Latvian history. As a neutral, experienced and often critical observer, Rislakki is uniquely qualified for the task of separating truth from fiction.
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"The best book written on Latvia by a foreigner: incisive, well-informed, and persuasive" Edward Lucas, The Economist What do we know about Latvia and the Latvians? A Baltic (not Balkan) nation that emerged from fifty years under the Soviet Union - interrupted by a brief but brutal Nazi-German occupation and a devastating war - now a member of the European Union and NATO. Yes, but what else? Relentless accusations keep appearing, especially in Russian media, often repeated in the West: "Latvian soldiers single-handedly saved Lenin's revolution in 1917, " "Latvians killed Tsar Nikolai II and the Royal family, " "Latvia was a thoroughly anti-Semitic country and Latvians started killing Jews even before the Germans arrived in 1941, " "Nazi revival is rampant in today's Latvia, " "The Russian minority is persecuted in Latvia. . ." True, false or in-between? The Finnish journalist and author Jukka Rislakki examines charges like these and provides an outline of Latvia's recent history while attempting to separate documented historical fact from misinformation and deliberate disinformation. His analysis helps to explain why the Baltic States (population 7 million) consistently top the enemy lists in public opinion polls of Russia (143 million). His knowledge of the Baltic languages allows him to make use of local sources and up-to-date historical research. He is a former Baltic States correspondent for Finland's largest daily newspaper Helsingin Sanomat and the author of several books on Finnish and Latvian history. As a neutral, experienced and often critical observer, Rislakki is uniquely qualified for the task of separating truth from fiction.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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13. Coup de grace [1976]

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1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 98 minutes) : digital, .flv file, sound Sound: digital. Digital: video file; MPEG-4; Flash.
Latvia, 1919: the end of the Russian Civil War. An aristocratic young woman (brilliantly played by Margarethe von Trotta) becomes involved with a sexually repressed Prussian soldier. When she is rejected by her love, the young woman is sent into a downward spiral of psychosexual depression, promiscuity, and revolutionary collaboration. A startling tale of heartbreak and violence set against the backdrop of bloody revolution, Volker Schlöndorff's Coup de grâce is a powerful film that explores the interrelation of private passion and political commitment.
Latvia, 1919: the end of the Russian Civil War. An aristocratic young woman (brilliantly played by Margarethe von Trotta) becomes involved with a sexually repressed Prussian soldier. When she is rejected by her love, the young woman is sent into a downward spiral of psychosexual depression, promiscuity, and revolutionary collaboration. A startling tale of heartbreak and violence set against the backdrop of bloody revolution, Volker Schlöndorff's Coup de grâce is a powerful film that explores the interrelation of private passion and political commitment.

14. Dazi pagatnes fakti [2014]

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103 pages
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400 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
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16. Eiropas krustceļos [2014]

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199 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm
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122 pages
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252 pages ; 21 cm
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xix, 216 pages : illustrations (some color), color maps ; 25 cm.
  • Estonia: the land and its people
  • The Estonian economy
  • Estonian government and society
  • Estonian cultural life
  • Estonia: past and present
  • Latvia: the land and its people
  • The Latvian economy
  • Latvian government and society
  • Latvian cultural life
  • Latvia: past and present
  • Lithuania: the land and its people
  • The Lithuanian economy
  • Lithuanian government and society
  • Lithuanian cultural life
  • Lithuania: past and present
  • Poland: the land and its people
  • The Polish economy
  • Polish government and society
  • Polish cultural life
  • Beginnings of the Polish state to the Jagiellonians
  • The Polish-Lithuanian state of the commonwealth
  • Partitioned Poland
  • Poland in the 20th century and beyond.
Describes the geography, demographics, culture, government, history, and economy of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland.
  • Estonia: the land and its people
  • The Estonian economy
  • Estonian government and society
  • Estonian cultural life
  • Estonia: past and present
  • Latvia: the land and its people
  • The Latvian economy
  • Latvian government and society
  • Latvian cultural life
  • Latvia: past and present
  • Lithuania: the land and its people
  • The Lithuanian economy
  • Lithuanian government and society
  • Lithuanian cultural life
  • Lithuania: past and present
  • Poland: the land and its people
  • The Polish economy
  • Polish government and society
  • Polish cultural life
  • Beginnings of the Polish state to the Jagiellonians
  • The Polish-Lithuanian state of the commonwealth
  • Partitioned Poland
  • Poland in the 20th century and beyond.
Describes the geography, demographics, culture, government, history, and economy of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland.
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DK502.35 .E87 2014 Unknown
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xiii, 498 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Acknowledgments-- Abreviations-- Part I Introduction: 1.The Problem-- 2. Methodology-- 3. Terminology-- Part II Nationality Regulation in International law: 4.Concept of Nationality in International Law-- 5. Access to Nationality-- 6. Results of Conflicts of Nationality Laws-- 7. Human Right to Nationality-- 8. Function of Nationality-- 9. Summary-- Part III Regulation of European Union Citizenship: 10. Concept of EU Citizenship-- 11. Access to EU Citizenship-- 12. Functions of EU Citizenship-- Part IV Statuses of Immigrants in EU Law: 13. Concept of Legal EUImmigrant-- 14. Access to EU Immigrant Status-- 15. Funcions of EU Immigrant Status-- 16. Integration Requirements-- 17. Summary-- Part V Case Study on Nationality Regulation in Latvia: 18. Concept of Latvian Citizenship-- 19. Access to and Loss of Latvian Citizenship-- 20. Concept of Non-Citizen-- 21. Access to and Loss of Status of Non-Citizen-- 22. Function of Non-Citizens-- 23. Integration of Non-Citizens-- 24. Summary-- Conclusions: 25. International Concept of Nationality and Concept of EU Citizenship-- 26. Functions of Nationality in International and EU Law-- 27. Status and Rights of Immigrants-- 28. Latvian Citizenship and Non-Citizen Status-- 29. EU Citizenship, Nationality and Immigration: Outlook-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Based on author's dissertation (doctoral) - University of Lund, 2012 under title: An ongoing challenge.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Acknowledgments-- Abreviations-- Part I Introduction: 1.The Problem-- 2. Methodology-- 3. Terminology-- Part II Nationality Regulation in International law: 4.Concept of Nationality in International Law-- 5. Access to Nationality-- 6. Results of Conflicts of Nationality Laws-- 7. Human Right to Nationality-- 8. Function of Nationality-- 9. Summary-- Part III Regulation of European Union Citizenship: 10. Concept of EU Citizenship-- 11. Access to EU Citizenship-- 12. Functions of EU Citizenship-- Part IV Statuses of Immigrants in EU Law: 13. Concept of Legal EUImmigrant-- 14. Access to EU Immigrant Status-- 15. Funcions of EU Immigrant Status-- 16. Integration Requirements-- 17. Summary-- Part V Case Study on Nationality Regulation in Latvia: 18. Concept of Latvian Citizenship-- 19. Access to and Loss of Latvian Citizenship-- 20. Concept of Non-Citizen-- 21. Access to and Loss of Status of Non-Citizen-- 22. Function of Non-Citizens-- 23. Integration of Non-Citizens-- 24. Summary-- Conclusions: 25. International Concept of Nationality and Concept of EU Citizenship-- 26. Functions of Nationality in International and EU Law-- 27. Status and Rights of Immigrants-- 28. Latvian Citizenship and Non-Citizen Status-- 29. EU Citizenship, Nationality and Immigration: Outlook-- Index.
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Based on author's dissertation (doctoral) - University of Lund, 2012 under title: An ongoing challenge.
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