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Vol. 11 No. 2 (2018): issue-2-december-2018

ENSURING FREEDOM OF LABOR IN UKRAINE IN THE CONTEXT OF LABOR EMIGRATION

Mykola Inshyn, Olena Moskalenko

The article is devoted to substantiating the necessity of using existing tools and means of labor law science in certain aspects of labor migration, pa

UNCOUPLING INTER-MUNICIPAL COOPERATION CAPACITY: LITHUANIAN MUNICIPALITIES’ EFFORTS TO SUSTAIN SERVICES PROVISION

Jurga Bučaitė-Vilkė, Remigijus Civinskas, Aistė Lazauskienė

Despite the absence of the long-term tradition of inter-municipal cooperation in Lithuania, the country represents a compelling case of cooperative sol

DISPUTES OVER THE PIPELINES IMPORTING RUSSIAN GAS TO THE EU: HOW TO ENSURE CONSISTENCY IN EU ENERGY LAW AND POLICY?

Marek Szydło

Europe is divided on how to construct and exploit pipelines importing Russian gas to the EU. The division evinces two opposing models, which I label (1

FATIGUE WITHIN THE EU’S EASTERN PARTNERSHIP: THE EU ROLE IN THE “NEIGHBOURHOOD OF CRISIS”

Sima Rakutienė

Since 2004, when the European neighbourhood policy was established, the European Union has already spent billions of euros to finance the new neighbour

EU COPYRIGHT LAW: DEVELOPING EXCEPTIONS AND LIMITATIONS SYSTEMATICALLY – AN ANALYSIS OF RECENT LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS

Asta Tūbaitė-Stalauskienė

In the European Union, Copyright law is not uniform. There are a number of EU Directives concerning copyright law, which form an exhaustive list of lim

THE POLITICS OF SEPARATION AND PARTICIPATION: AUTONOMOUS SPACES IN KAUNAS, LITHUANIA

Tomas Marcinkevičius

For the past four years autonomous spaces that vary in nature but are run by virtually the same group of people have been operating in Kaunas, Lithuani