Thursday, August 2, 2012

New Volume: Polish Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Polish Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 31, 2011) is out. Contents include:
  • Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, International Economic Law in the 21st Century: Need For Stronger “Democratic Ownership” and Cosmopolitan Reforms
  • Andreas Zimmermann, Abiding by and Enforcing International Humanitarian Law in Asymmetric Warfare: The Case of “Operation Cast Lead”
  • Koen Lenaerts, The Court of Justice of the European Union and the Protection of Fundamental Rights
  • Patrick C. R. Terry, Afghanistan’s Civil War (1979-1989): Illegal and Failed Foreign Interventions
  • Salvatore Fabio Nicolosi, The Law of Military Occupation and the Role of de Jure and de Facto Sovereignty
  • Serena Forlati, The Legal Obligation to Prevent Genocide: Bosnia v Serbia and Beyond
  • Michał Jan Filipek & Dzmitry Hruzdou, Maritime Delimitation in the Barents Sea and International Practice in Maritime Delimitation
  • Adam Bodnar & Irmina Pacho, Domestic Investigation into Participation of Polish Officials in the CIA Extraordinary Rendition Program and the State Responsibility under the European Convention on Human Rights
  • Karolina Wierczyńska, Some Remarks on Poland’s Potential Responsibility for the Treatment of Detainees in a CIA Prison in Poland
  • Aleksandra Mężykowska, Does the Victim of a Crime Have the Right to a Fair Trial? – Remarks on the Protection of Crime Victims in the Light of the Guarantees in the European Convention on Human Rights
  • Audrey Patten, “Empty Human Rights Lip Service”: France’s Roma Expulsions and the Failure of the European Union to Exercise its Racial Equality Directive
  • Beata Faracik, The Role of the State in Implementing the UN Guiding Principles on Human Rights and Business with Special Consideration of Poland