Table of contents for International migration law : developing paradigms and key challenges / edited by Ryszard Cholewinski, Richard Perruchoud, Euan MacDonald.
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Part I. State Sovereignty and Responsibility: 1. Anti-terrorism laws and the legal framework for international migration Andrew I. Schoenholtz; 2. The legal protection of stranded migrants Stefanie Grant; 3. Detention of irregular migrants and asylum seekers Shyla Vohra; 4. Consular protection and assistance Richard Perruchoud; 5. Multiple nationality: the practice of Germany and the Netherlands Betty de Hart and Kees Groenendijk; Part II. Trade and Labour Migration: 6. GATS mode 4 and the mobility of labour Michele Klein Solomon; 7. Global remittances and the law: a review of regional trends and regulatory Issues Manuel Orozco; 8. Migration and Free Trade Agreements: lessons from NAFTA and perspectives for CAFTA-DR Gustavo A. Flores-Macías; Part III. Forced Migration: 9. Changing paradigms in refugee law Rosemary Byrne; 10. Addressing secondary refugee movements Stephen H. Legomsky; 11. Responding to the challenge of internal forced migration: the guiding principles on internal displacement Simon Bagshaw; 12. Claims for restitution and compensation Norbert Wühler; Part IV. Human Rights of Specific Migrant Groups: 13. The protection of non-citizens in International Human Rights Law David Weissbrodt; 14. Migrant women Nicola Piper and Margaret Satterthwaite; 15. The rights of migrant workers Ryszard Cholewinski; 16. Trafficking of human beings and their human rights in the migration context Ryszard Piotrowicz; 17. An evaluation of international instruments that address the condition of statelessness: a case study of Estonia and Latvia Nida Gelazis; Part V. Free Movement Regimes and Other Regional Developments: 18. Free movement of EU Nationals and Union citizenship Kay Hailbronner; 19. Legislative harmonization in European Immigration policy Philippe De Bruycker; 20. Moving freely on the African continent: the experiences of ECOWAS and SADC with free movement protocols Jonathan Martens; 21. Free movement regimes in South America: the experience of the MERCOSUR and the Andean community Ana María Santestevan; 22. Free movement of persons in the Caribbean community Sophie Nonnenmacher; Part VI. Continuing and Emerging Issues of Significance: 23. Co-operation mechanisms Anne-Grethe Nielsen; 24. Biometrics and international migration Jillyanne Redpath; 25. Enhancing cooperation on border controls in the European Union Steve Peers; Part VII. Conclusion: 26. International legal norms on migration: substance without architecture T. Alexander Aleinikoff.
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Emigration and immigration law.