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Papoutsi, Emilia
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2015-07-04T10:15:52Z
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2015-09-27T06:05:17Z
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2015-07-04
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https://repository.ihu.edu.gr//xmlui/handle/11544/726
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Unrepresented people in the Black Sea
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masterThesis
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The Crimean Tatars
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Crimean Tatars
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Human Rights
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International Law
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Russia
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en
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free
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
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School of Humanities, MA in Black Sea & Eastern Mediterranean Studies
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2015-01
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Papoutsi Emilia ,2015, Unrepresented people in the Black Sea: The Crimean Tatars, Master’s Dissertation, International Hellenic University
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This dissertation was written as part of the MA in Black Sea Cultural Studies at the International Hellenic University. The aim of the research is to provide an overview over the problematic or even absent in some cases representation of the post–Soviet ethnicities that exist as minorities within the newly established states in the Black Sea region. To serve that purpose the origins and the current predicaments that those people are faced with shall be presented and possible solutions shall be suggested. The Crimean Tatars who live in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea within Ukraine will be the case study for this research. More specifically, the essay will start with an informative introduction that contextualizes the issue of representation into a broader framework. In addition, definitions, important data and a brief historical review will display the necessary background information. Special attention will be paid to the norm of self determination and the fundamental human, civil and political rights. In this research the representation of the Crimean Tatars is going to be examined by unfolding the level at which the fundamental human, cultural, civil and social rights are currently enjoyed by the Crimean Tatars. The main part of the research will be divided in several, more analytical sections. The first chapter will present the historical background and important data concerning the Crimean Tatars. This part will include the ethnic origin as well as the historical effect that certain policies had. The second part of the first Chapter will present the problematic relationship with the host-state in accordance to the nationalist mobilization. Within this framework, the unsettled issues will be presented. Moving on to the contemporary era, the second Chapter will present the framework of the events of the annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation and will unfold analytically certain cases of violations of the rights of the Crimean Tatar community during 2014. In the third Chapter the role of international law and international organizations will be stressed for being one of the focal points through which representation can be realized. This chapter will shortly present the international binding organizations, NGO’s and other fora that concern both the Crimean Tatars per se and the wider realization of he rights that ensure representation. Moreover, the role of International Courts will be underlined. The last but not least part will include conclusions, remarks and an attempt of theorizing the data into a broader perspective.
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Abstract Preface Cover Contents I􀅶�trodu􀄐�tio􀅶�…………………………………..…………………………………..p.􀏭�􀏬�  Self deter􀅵�i􀅶�atio􀅶�……………………………………………………………..…p. 􀏭�􀏭�  U􀅶�, Hu􀅵�a􀅶� Rights & self deter􀅵�i􀅶�atio􀅶�………….…………………….p. 􀏭�4  EU & Hu􀅵�a􀅶� Rights……………………………………………………………...p. 􀏭�􀏲�  Mi􀅶�orities a􀅶�d the Bla􀄐�k “ea…………………………………………………p. 􀏭�􀏳�  “o􀅵�e releva􀅶�t history: Russia􀅶� & “oviet poli􀄐�ies……..……………p. 􀏭�􀏴�  Why the Crimean Tatars?.........................................................p.22 CHAPTER 1 Case Study: The Crimean Tatars  Section A: Some history & Data................................................p.25 o Crimea o Origins & Crimea o Ethnogenesis: Identity & Religion o Between the Russian and Ottoman empire o Russian historic interpretations over Crimea o The Russian Revolution & the Tatars o Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (TASSR) o WW2 & the deportations o Crimea as part of Ukrainian SSR  Section B: Unsettled issues within independent Ukraine.........p.50 o Political & Social struggle o Repatriation o Language & Religion o Historic interpretations over Crimea o Minority or indigenous people? CHAPTER 2 Between Russia & Ukraine  Crimea in 2014: between Ukraine and Russia……………………..p.􀏲�􀏲� o Ukraine, Russia & International Law  Cases of violations of rights of the Crimean Tatars in 􀏮�􀏬�􀏭�4…………………………………………………………………………….........p.􀏳�􀏳� o Freedom of movement and internally displaced persons (IDPs) Unrepresented people in the Black Sea: The Crimean Tatars and the Abkhaz.. 8 Emilia Papoutsi  Legal framework/ findings of OSCE mission/CoE mission/OHCHR/Press TV o Enforced disappearances, torture, ill-treatment in custody  Legal framework/ findings of OSCE mission/CoE mission/Amnesty International/UNPO o Freedom of expression  Legal framework/ findings of OSCE mission/CoE mission/UNPO/OHCHR/Human Rights Watch o Intolerance-non discrimination  Legal framework/ findings of OSCE mission/CoE mission/Amnesty International/Crimean news agency/UNPO/OHCHR/Human Rights Watch o Freedom of peaceful assembly  Legal framework/ findings of OSCE mission/CNN /Amnesty International o Freedom from interference with privacy, family, home and correspondence  Legal framework/ findings of Amnesty International/UNIAN Human Rights Watch o Right to nationality & citizenship  Legal framework/ findings of Amnesty International/UNIAN/ OHCHR/Human Rights Watch o Right to own property  Legal framework/ findings of UNPO o Right to work  Legal framework/ findings of Human Rights Watch o Freedom of religion  Legal framework/ findings of OHCHR/ Human Rights Watch o Right to self-determination  Legal framework/ findings of UNPO/QYMM o Right to take part in government  Legal framework/ findings of UNPO/Qirim News Agency/ World Bulletin o Right to adequate living  Legal framework/ findings of UNPO/OHCHR/Washinghton Post/ Council for European Studies Unrepresented people in the Black Sea: The Crimean Tatars and the Abkhaz.. 9 Emilia Papoutsi  Mustafa Je􀅵�ilev o􀅶� represe􀅶�tatio􀅶� issue…………………..………….p.􀏵�􀏵�  Are the Crimean Tatars represented at national level?............p.102 CHAPTER 3 Regional &International fora as means of representation..p.115 o International organizations (shortly presented)  UN  OSCE  CoE  EU o International monitoring & penalty mechanisms  UN monitoring mechanisms  CoE monitoring mechanisms o International Court of Justice o European Court of Human Rights  Case of Ukraine vs Russia I 2014(no 20958/14)  Case of Ukraine vs Russia II 2014(no 43800/14)  Case of Ukraine vs Russia III 2014(no 49537/14) o Court of Justice of the European Union o International Criminal Court o Cri􀅵�ea􀅶� Tatar Ngo’s Co􀅶�􀄐�lusio􀅶�s/Re􀅵�arks/Theorizi􀅶�g……………………………………..p.􀏭�􀏲�􀏳�
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heal.advisorName
Voutira, Prof. Eftihia
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heal.committeeMemberName
Voutira, Prof. Eftihia
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heal.committeeMemberName
Karras, I.
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heal.committeeMemberName
Livanios, D.
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School of Humanities, MA in Black Sea & Eastern Mediterranean Studies
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ihu
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205
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