First Russian National Army

The 1st Russian National Army was a pro-Axis collaborationist army under Boris Smyslovsky during World War II . Initially part of Nazi German Wehrmacht , Smyslovsky’s forces were elevated to the 1st Russian National Army on March 10, 1945. On April 4, 1945 it was a status of the independent allied army. Liechtenstein was the only state which denied the Soviet demands for the extradition of Russians who fought in the side of the Axis powers. Read More…

Asylum in the European Union

Asylum in the European Union ( USA ) has its roots in the 1951 Convention on the Status of Refugees , [1] an agreement founded on Article 14 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights . [2] Following the adoption of the Schengen Agreement on the elimination of internal border controls of signataires states and Its subsequent incorporation into the EU legislative framework by the Amsterdam Treaty , [3] the EU set up a Common European Asylum System(CEAS) to unify minimum standards related to asylum, leaving to EU Member States. [4] Read More…

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