Wednesday, October 25, 2017

New Volume: Italian Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Italian Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 26, 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Focus: International Law in Regional and Domestic Legal Systems
    • Massimo Iovane & Daniele Amoroso, Introduction
    • Sergei Yu. Marochkin, A Russian Approach to International Law in the Domestic Legal Order: Basics, Development and Perspectives
    • Ikboljon Qoraboyev & Emre Turkut, International Law in the Turkish Legal Order: Transnational Judicial Dialogue and the Turkish Constitutional Court
    • Vinai Kumar Singh, International Treaties and the Indian Legal System: New Ways Ahead
    • Giovanni Zarra, The Interference of ICSID Provisional Measures with National Criminal Proceedings
    • Michail Vagias, Revocation of Enduring Amnesties vs. Principle of Legality: Jurisprudential Contestations Between the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and Domestic Courts
    • Eva Kassoti, Between Völkerrechtsfreundlichkeit and Realpolitik: The EU and Trade Agreements Covering Occupied Territories
    • Andrea Spagnolo, The Loan of Organs Between International Organizations as a “Normative Bridge”: Insights from Recent EU Practice
    • Francesco Seatzu, On the Unbearable Lightness of the Effects of Public International Law within the Andean Legal System
  • Articles
    • Francesca Fiorentini & Andrzej Jakubowski, Istria’s Artistic and Spiritual Heritage in Abeyance: International Cooperation and Cultural Community Rights
    • Yota Negishi, Conventionality Control of Domestic “Abuse of Power”: Maintaining Human Rights and Democracy
    • Massimiliano Montini, The Double Failure of Environmental Regulation and Deregulation and the Need for Ecological Law
  • Notes and Comments
    • Maria Rosaria Mauro, A Step Back in the Protection of Migrants’ Rights: The Grand Chamber’s Judgment in Khlaifia v. Italy
    • Leonardo Borlini, The North Korea’s Gauntlet, International Law and the New Sanctions Imposed by the Security Council
    • Stefano Silingardi, The United Kingdom’s Involvement in the 2003 Iraqi War: Jus Ad Bellum and Jus in Bello Issues Before the Iraq (Chilcot) Inquiry