Gregor Noll is professor of international law, Faculty of Law, Lund University, Sweden and is currently the holder of the Ragnar and Torsten Söderberg Foundations’ Professorship in Memory of Samuel Pufendorf.
Published in: Can Europe Make It?: OpinionVicious circle: will ageing populations lock the EU into immigrant exclusion?
There is an urgent need for Europe to engage with the self-defeating politics of ageing.
Visions of the exceptional
Why did Britain and Denmark choose to reopen the migration debate not long after endorsing the 1952 refugee...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Why the EU gets in the way of refugee solidarity
To distribute people, the most sensitive dimension of solidarity, is firstly about sharing norms; the rights of the...
IS – a threat to the structure of international law?
The theological and ideological basis for IS’s struggle visualizes this as a fight against the spiritual power...
EU migration control: made by Gaddafi?
For over three years now, we have relied on Gaddafi and his state apparatus to keep asylum seekers and other...