Monday, October 22, 2012

New Volume: Baltic Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Baltic Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 11, 2011) is out. The theme is "Lithuanian School of International law: Traditions and Modern Developments." Contents include:
  • Dainius Žalimas & Justinas Žilinskas, Public International Law and Lithuania (1990–2011): To Protect and to Enrich
  • Justinas Žilinskas, Status of Members of Anti-Soviet Armed Resistance (Partisans’ War) of 1944–1953 in Lithuania under International Law
  • Dainius Žalimas, Legal Status of Lithuania’s Armed Resistance to the Soviet Occupation in the Context of State Continuity
  • Nika Bruskina, Compensation for Damages Sustained by Natural Persons during World War II on Account of Acts of Nazi Germany: Practice of Lithuanian Courts in Light of International Law and European Union Law
  • Vitalius Tumonis, The Complications of Conciliatory Judicial Reasoning: Causation Standards and Underlying Policies of State Responsibility
  • Justinas Linkevičius, International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: The Limits of Compulsory Jurisdiction
  • Indrė Isokaitė, Response to Sea Pollution Incidents: International Framework, Regional Cooperation and National Approach
  • Violeta Vasiliauskienė, Armed Conflict in the Fight against Terrorism
  • Lina Urbaitė, Judicial Activism in the Approach of the European Court of Human Rights to Positive Obligations of the State
  • Laima Vaigė, The Time is Ripe: Legal Recognition of Same-Sex Marriages in Lithuania
  • Gintarė Makauskaitė, Public Interest in the Context of the Right to Access Official Information