Monday, March 30, 2015

New Volume: Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law

The latest volume of the Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law (2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Part I Thematic Part: Identity, Nationality and Citizenship
    • Péter Kovács, The Background and the Functions of the European Convention on Nationality
    • Mónika Ganczer, The Right to a Nationality as a Human Right?
    • Gábor Kardos, Fear of Autonomy for Minorities
    • Judit Tóth, The ‘Genuine Link’ Principle in Nationality Law
    • Tamás Wetzel & Kinga Debisso, Multiple Citizenship in Hungary: Recent Developments in a European Perspective
    • Tamás Molnár, The Prohibition of Arbitrary Deprivation of Nationality under International Law and EU Law: New Perspectives
    • Laura Gyeney, Dual Citizenship in the Force Field of the European Union
    • Petra Lea Láncos, Multiple Citizenship – A Break with the One Man, One Vote Principle?
  • Part II Forum: The Baka Case
    • Mart Susi, The Baka Case – The Unbearable Price of Individual Justice
    • Gábor Kártyás, The Labour Lawyer’s Reading of the Baka Case
  • Part III Developments in International Law
    • Dinah Shelton, The Benefits and Limitations of a Human Rights Approach to Environmental Protection
    • László Blutman, Law in Mind: Towards an Explanatory Framework for Customary International Law
    • László Burián, Jurisdiction v. State Immunity in the 21st Century
    • Gábor Sulyok, Understanding the Responsibility to Protect: Textual Anomalies and Interpretative Challenges in the 2005 World Summit Outcome
    • Tamás Lattmann, 14, 15, 16… Reforms of the European Court of Human Rights
    • Sándor Szemesi, Repetitive Cases before the Strasbourg Court: The Pilot Judgment Procedure at the European Court of Human Rights
    • Zsuzsa Szakály, Human Rights, Civil Rights and Eternity Clauses
    • Anikó Raisz, GMO as a Weapon – a.k.a. a New Form of Aggression?