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Expulsion of aliens under international law
Flídrová, Eliška ; Balaš, Vladimír (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to clarify what are the limits of the right of the state to expel aliens under international law while examining whether or not there is any general rule by which states are bound in exercising their power to expel aliens from their territory. This thesis is using a descriptive and analytical method as methods of work. The comparative method is also partially used for analysis of the practice of states in the individual aspects of the limitation of the right of expulsion and the related decision-making practice of the judicial and quasi-judicial authorities. The conclusion of this thesis is an analysis of the fragmented legal regulation of expulsion of aliens in different areas of international law (both procedural rules and selected areas of substantive regulation). The work is mainly focused on examining limits of states to expel an alien to a particular state through non-refoulement principle and restrictions to expel aliens through the protection of family and private life. Concerning the general conclusions, the examination of limits on the right to expel in international law has crystallized in one general rule that can be considered as an implicit part of all the limits analyzed, which is the effort to avoid the arbitrariness of states.
Expulsion of aliens under international law
Flídrová, Eliška ; Šturma, Pavel (advisor) ; Honusková, Věra (referee) ; Jílek, Dalibor (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to clarify what are the limits of the right of the state to expel aliens under international law while examining whether or not there is any general rule by which states are bound in exercising their power to expel aliens from their territory. This thesis is using a descriptive and analytical method as methods of work. The comparative method is also partially used for analysis of the practice of states in the individual aspects of the limitation of the right of expulsion and the related decision-making practice of the judicial and quasi-judicial authorities. The conclusion of this thesis is an analysis of the fragmented legal regulation of expulsion of aliens in different areas of international law (both procedural rules and selected areas of substantive regulation). The work is mainly focused on examining limits of states to expel an alien to a particular state through non-refoulement principle and restrictions to expel aliens through the protection of family and private life. Concerning the general conclusions, the examination of limits on the right to expel in international law has crystallized in one general rule that can be considered as an implicit part of all the limits analyzed, which is the effort to avoid the arbitrariness of states.
The application of the non-refoulement principle at sea
Flídrová, Eliška ; Honusková, Věra (advisor) ; Scheu, Harald Christian (referee)
in English - The application of the non-refoulement principle at sea The aim of my thesis is to analyse how one of very important principles of the international law- the non-refoulement principle is applied at sea and what questions should the states bound by this principle ask in order to apply it properly. The thesis itself is composed of three main chapters. Chapter One deals with the non-refoulement in general and defines its content and how this principle is enshrined in international and regional documents. I also examine what are the aspects of the prohibition of refoulement in customary law and whether can it be at present considered as Customary International Law or not. In Chapter Two the excursion into Maritime Law occurs and also indispensable definition of individual maritime zones of Internal Waters, Territorial Waters, Contiguous Zone and High Seas is provided. In this chapter I also focus on the possible application of the non- refoulement outside the state's territory, i.e. its extraterritorial impact. Last but not least in regard to the operations held at sea it is necessary to define their character and different rights and duties arising from them. Subchapters deal with the "search and rescue" and also with the maritime interdiction programs issues whereas the Tampa case and...

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