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ItemActual Problems of Challenge of Arbitrators in International Commercial Arbitration(2020) Izotov, Oleksii; Logush, LyubovThe main purpose of this thesis is to analyze the specific features of the challenge procedure that necessitates its existence in international commercial arbitration, as well as to explore the substantive contents of the standards on which the challenges are usually based, as well as to identify the necessity for Ukrainian arbitration legislation to adopt the detailed clarifications of these standards in the light of limited provisions of national law in this regard. ItemApplication Of Eu Competition Law To Data-Driven Markets(2020) Andryha, Dmytro; Novoseltsev, IllyaThe aim of this Master thesis is to examine the application of EU competition law to data-driven markets. The primarily objective is to clarify how the current competition policies apply to new forms of anticompetitive conduct related to the collection of data. ItemBalancing the Right of Access to Public Information and the Right to Personal Data Protection(2020) Tashkinova, Anna; Antonovych, MyroslavaThis paper aims to analyze the ECtHR judicial practice and theoretical discussions involving the right of access to public information and the right to personal data protection. ItemCorporate social responsibility: International and Ukrainian implementation experience(2022) Генералов, Олексій; Логуш, ЛюбовThe purpose of the study is to highlight the social and legal nature, prerequisites, implementation process and importance of corporate social responsibility in Ukraine and around the world, proving the economic feasibility of a conscious approach to entrepreneurship, justifying the need to improve Ukrainian legislation in this area. ItemCounterclaims in international investment arвitration: а step towards balance of interests(2022) Кічігіна, Неллі; Берлач, НаталіяThe purpose of the thesis is to analyse the root causes of the asymmetric nature of investor-state arbitration and how it is reflected in the international law instruments of investment protection, as well as the prospects of imposing obligations on investors, especially in the human rights and environment sectors. The ultimate goal is to present a mechanism of counterclaims as a way to improve the imbalances of the investor-state arbitration, as well as to avoid the regulatory chill effect on the host states. ItemCross-border merger in European Union(2020) Moskvychov, Illia; Petrov, RomanThe work is aimed to analyze the cross-border merger as an essential part of realization of freedom of establishment, and how the European Union legislation is balancing between the global economic interest of cross-border merger and the protection of rights of participants in the merger. ItemCurrent problems of regulation of cross-border subsidies under the laws of the World Trade Organization in the context of the challenges posed by Chinese state initiatives(2023) Zmazhenko, Oleksandra; Koval, DmytroThe purpose of the study is to develop an approach to the extension of provisions on prohibited subsidies to international subsidization, as well as to determine the possibility of unification and universalization of approaches to solving this issue. ItemFacial recognition technologies and their influence on human rights: international and comparative law aspects(2022) Авдєєва, Тетяна; Антонович, МирославаThe purpose of the thesis implies outlining the applicable legal rules regulating the biometric surveillance applied by the State for the defence and security aims, and conducting the human rights compliance of current policies in the FRT. ItemHuman rights public diplomacy: contemporary perspectives on intersectoral collaboration(2023) Mariia, Lypovchenko; Khaletska, AlinaThe present thesis aims to disclose the public diplomacy of human rights theme within the modern potential for cross-sectoral cooperation with an emphasis on the expert environment that does not belong to the government sector but can support it. The ultimate goal of this thesis is to present a new Ukrainian vision of human rights public diplomacy based on a holistic approach where each sector`s voice and expertise matters. It is worth mentioning that the author and the supervisor of this thesis deeply focused on the communications issue – and not only on its theoretical aspect but also on the practical aspect. ItemLegal aspects of тhе establishment of sports arвitration in Uкraine, based on worldwide experience(2022) Некрасова, Анна; Логуш, ЛюбовThe main purpose of this master thesis is, firstly, to explore the legal aspects of the establishment and operation of existing sports dispute settlement forums worldwide and, secondly, to make the proposals regarding the legal aspects of the establishment of national arbitration tribunal in Ukraine, based on an application of foreign experience with a deep focus on the Court of Arbitration for Sport as the prominent sports arbitration in the world, as well as, national sports arbitration tribunals in the United Kingdom, Australia and Germany. ItemLegal regulation of withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community(2022) Біленко, Вікторія; Петров, РоманThe purpose of this study is to understand how each stage of Brexit is regulated and what actions and legislative acts had to be adopted to ensure the legitimacy of it. We further aim to analyse and address legal issues related to different concepts that constitute elements of the withdrawal procedure and appropriate interpretation. ItemParallelismof jurisdictions of international courts, tribunals and quasi-judicial bodies and remedying jurisdictional conflicts(2022) Віщик, Максим; Антонович, МирославаThe general purpose of the present analysis is three-fold: (i) to comprehensively lay out the evolution of international adjudication and map out the modern adjudication architecture and the roots of the problem, (ii) to define the phenomena of jurisdictional parallelism and conflicts, and their key implications, and (iii) to study the options available to mitigate the risks resulting from the latter. ItemRussian Federation’s use of information campaigns and propaganda in and against Ukraine: international legal aspects of combating disinformation(2022) Волкова, Лідія; Головко-Гавришева, ОксанаThe primary purpose of the thesis is to indicate the gaps in this regulation and propose the steps for addressing these issues for their subsequent use and implementation in the case of Ukraine. ItemSystematic character of war crimes as evidence of the genocidal intent(2023) Krytska, Olena; Koval, DmytroThe main goal of the work is researching the possibility of transition of war crimes into the crime of genocide, and based on it, creating the foundation for further proving the crime of genocide in the acts of the representatives of the Russian Federation against Ukrainians. ItemThe Directive 2013/40/EU оn attacks against informational systems: a comparison aspect(2020) Bohach, Yuliia; Galagan, VolodymyrThis paper has an aim to perform a comparative analysis of minimum standards established in the Directive 2013/40/EU on attacks against information system with a purpose to improve Ukrainian legislation. ItemThe Right to self-defence of an attacked state in the context of prolonged occupation of territories: allowed or no?(2023) Hryshko, Volodymyr; Koval, DmytroThis master’s thesis aims to answer the question: Does the inherent right to self- defence allow a state to retake its occupied territory by force? Or, to put it differently, does the belligerent occupation of territory fall within the prerequisites for using armed force in self-defence? The crux of the issue lies in the fact that ceasefires, armistices, and relative peace usually accompany prolonged occupations. This compels the international community to choose between two dilemmas. Similar to the domain of international criminal law, where a ‘peace versus justice’ deal is usually at stake, the tough choice here consists in picking one from the ‘peace and sovereignty’ duo. ItemViolation of human rights’ obligations on the territories of de-facto States (non-recognized territories)(2022) Якімова, Валерія; Петров, РоманThe purpose of the study is to study the status of de-facto states in the international community, to research the scope of application of human rights obligation, to study the human rights situation within the territories of de-facto states in the post-Soviet era, to dwell upon human rights violations within the so-called de-facto states, to analyze the issue of state responsibility for violation of human rights committed within the territories of de-facto states. ItemАгенції регіонального розвитку як інструменти впровадження державної регіональної політики(2020) Хмельницька, Шарлотта; Тертичка, ВалерійМетою кваліфікаційної роботи є аналіз спроможності агенцій регіонального розвитку як інструменту впровадження збалансованої державної регіональної політики та трансформація їх в "Офіси євроінтеграції". ItemАдаптація законодавства України про захист іноземних інвестицій на шляху до членства в ЄС(2023) Демчишак, Юрій; Петров, РоманМета роботи: дослідження систем правового регулювання захисту іноземних інвестицій в Європейському Союзі та Україні, здійснення порівнянного аналізу цих систем, а також визначення шляхів щодо адаптації законодавства України до права ЄС в сфері захисту іноземних інвестицій.