Prof. Dimitry Kochenov's proposal on the use of EU citizenship to grant more rights to the 100.000 remaining stateless persons in the Republic of Latvia, co-authored with Mr. Aleksejs Dimitrovs (lawyer, European Parliament), and published in the Jean Monnet paper series of NYU Law School, has been featured in the BBC World analysis (Russian) of the situation of the stateless persons in the Baltic States. The proposal argues that the constructive potential of EU citizenship has not been used sufficiently, to solve the Latvian statelessness problem.
This article was published by the Faculty of Law.
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