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Vol. 14 No. 1 (2021): issue-1-june-2021

INDIVIDUAL PREVENTION IN CRIMINAL PROCEDURE

Arkadiusz Lach

This article explores the possibility of using criminal procedure and its measures for individual prevention of crime. The author tries to look at crim

HATE CRIMES: EVALUATION OF LITHUANIAN COURTS’ DECISIONS IN THE LIGHT OF THE PRACTICE OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS

Mindaugas Bilius, Žaneta Navickienė, Vilius Velička

In this article, the authors analyse the practice of the Lithuanian national courts and the European Court of Human Rights in hate crime cases, provide

DIASPORIC POLITICS AND DEFINING DIASPORA IN LAW: THE CASE OF LATVIA

Ieva Birka, Agnese Lāce

Passage of the Diaspora Law of Latvia required policymakers to go through an arduous process of discussing the limitations of diaspora, weighing the po

RUSSIA’S ‘SHARP POWER’ MANIFESTATIONS IN LITHUANIA’S MASS MEDIA

Gerda Jakštaitė-Confortola

The concept of ‘sharp power’ has recently emerged as a reaction to the assertiveness of authoritarian regimes. It serves to underline the complexit

PANDEMICS IN CYBERSPACE – EMPIRE IN SEARCH OF A SOVEREIGN?

Tomáš Gábriš, Ondrej Hamuľák

Traditionally, the idea of a sovereign is being connected either with an absolutist ruler (later replaced by “the people”) at the national level, o

THE PRICE OF MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE – SHOULD IT BE JUDGED BY THE CRIMINAL COURT IN THE CONTEXT OF THE JURISPRUDENCE OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS?

Darius Pranka

The article deals with a recently relevant issue – whether a doctor who has made an error or was negligent during his or her professional activity th

INTERNAL MIGRATION OF WORKERS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION: LEGAL ASPECTS OF LITHUANIA'S EXPERIENCE IN TRANSPOSING THE POSTING OF WORKERS DIRECTIVE

Rytis Krasauskas, Ingrida Mačernytė-Panomariovienė

Freedom to provide services and free movement of workers are linked to the processes of permanent intra-EU migration, which are regulated, inter alia,