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    Comparison between free movement of trade in Eu and Africa
    Elobeid Mohamed, Moneeb; Bartha, Ildikó; DE--Állam- és Jogtudományi Kar
    My thesis is a comparison between the free movement of trade in EU and Africa. I have explained in details about the EU background and treaties and on the other side explained about the ECOWAS and AFCFTA which is the two main regional integration in Africa. I stated the recommendation of the EU and ECOWAS and AFCFTA and what is missing to become better but focused more on the recommendation of ECOWAS and AFCFTA. I have explained the advantages and disadvantages of the free movement of trade in the EU and as well as the obstacles facing the free movement in the EU. And last but not least i have stated the advanatges of AFCFTA to the African economy and benefits of ECOWAS.
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    Britain and Europe: Changing Perspectives on Integration
    Forrester, Benjamin; Bartha, Ildikó; DE--Állam- és Jogtudományi Kar
    Britain's identity as an entity, separate from the European Continent, started not as a political concept but as a geographical one. Around 8,000 years ago, the last land-links between Ancient Britain and Europe became flooded, creating the British Isles. The juxtaposition of these islands lying just miles from the European Continent, yet distinctly sticking out into the Atlantic has come to dominate British history, law and politics to the present day. As Europe has sought closer integration for the better part of the last century, Britain has always found itself in an awkward position regarding its place therein. This essay, entitled ‘Britain and Europe: Changing Perspectives on Integration’, aims to explore how attitudes of the political elites and of the public towards European integration have changed over time. The topic will be split into three broad chapters. Chapter I will focus on traditional ideas on European integration, looking first at the doctrine of parliamentary sovereignty and Britain’s historical power ambitions and identity, before analysing the beginnings of European integration with the creation of the European Coal and Steel Community, and then turning to Britain’s initial post-war ‘three-doctrines’ policy, whereby it aimed to be associated with, but stay out of the emerging European Community. Chapter II will look at Britain’s accession to the European Community, looking at the changing times which led to the shift in Britain’s European policy and the unsuccessful attempts at membership in the 1960s, before Prime Minster Ted Heath finally managed to strike a deal with the European Community, leading to Britain’s membership in 1973. We will then turn to the constitutional implications of membership. Chapter III will be centred around Brexit. We will first look at the historical background to modern Euroscepticism, then analyse the reasons behind Euroscepticism, before detailing the circumstances which led to the 2016 referendum and Brexit. We will conclude the chapter by looking at the UK’s current relationship with the European Union and the possibilities surrounding future European integration for Britain. From the British standpoint, perspectives on integration with Europe are essentially a question of where sovereignty should lie. Thus, one of the main recurring themes throughout the essay shall be sovereignty, including an analysis of Diceyan parliamentary sovereignty prior to joining the European Community, the constitutional effects of becoming a party to the Treaty of Rome, as well as the state of parliamentary sovereignty post-Brexit.
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    Legal aspects of the Common Security and Defense Policy of the EU
    Mingazhova, Kamila; Bartha , Ildikó; DE--Állam- és Jogtudományi Kar
    The European Union is one of the leading players in the struggle for the maintenance of peace and security of mankind. In the field of common European integration, the State defense of the European Union is of great importance. In the fight against new threats and challenges, the European Union devotes more and more time to this issue. Brexit, illegal migration, terrorism, armed conflicts and crises have given a new wave of discussions about the formation of the European Union's own army. The purpose of the creation, which is to strengthen its own defense and reduce dependence on NATO.
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    Free movement of persons under EU laws; study of irregular migrants from developing countries
    Ijaz, Muhammad; Bartha, Ildikó; DE--Állam- és Jogtudományi Kar
    The main objective of this research is to establish the legal framework for irregular migrants from developing countries and their rights under EU immigration laws. Irregular migration is a growing problem in the world and Africa, is the most affected continent. By performing several researches and surveys, this study aims to find out the factors that affect irregular migrants from developing countries and what are the challenges they face while moving around in order to seek employment. The European Union reads: "The free movement of persons under EU law is a fundamental right. However, it is not automatic. Migrants are required to meet certain legal requirements before they can be granted the status of 'person' in another Member State.
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    Mergers and Acquisitions: A Comparative Analysis between the Regulatory Frameworks in The European Union and The Republic Of Kenya
    Mungai, Lennox Njogu; Fézer, Tamás; DE--Állam- és Jogtudományi Kar
    This study seeks to take a look at both the regulatory framework within the European Union and that of Kenya on Mergers and Acquisitions. The study will help in creating a deeper understanding of the two frameworks since by having a look at the similarities and differences. Further, the comparative analysis of the two regulatory frameworks the study is able to identify the best practices in both regulatory frameworks.