Wednesday, November 6, 2019

New Volume: Italian Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Italian Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 28, 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Symposium: Search and Rescue: Balancing Humanitarian and Security Reasons
    • Giuseppe Cataldi, Introduction
    • Giorgia Bevilacqua, Italy Versus NGOs: The Controversial Interpretation and Implementation of Search and Rescue Obligations in the Context of Migration at Sea
    • Paolo Turrini, Between a “Go Back!” and a Hard (to Find) Place (of Safety): On the Rules and Standards of Disembarkation of People Rescued at Sea
    • Kiara Neri, The Missing Obligation to Disembark Persons Rescued at Sea
    • Marco Fantinato, EU Regional Disembarkation Arrangements in the Mediterranean: Between the Outsourcing of Search and Rescue Services and the Externalisation of Sea Border Management
    • Francesca De Vittor & Massimo Starita, Distributing Responsibility Between Shipmasters and the Different States Involved in SAR Disasters
    • Valentin Schatz & Fabian Endemann, The Vatican City State’s Refusal to Grant Its Flag to Search and Rescue Vessels of NGOs Operating in the Mediterranean
  • Articles
    • Sondra Faccio, The Interplay Between Investment Law And The Duty Of Non-Recognition In Situations Of Contested Sovereignty
    • Emma Luce Scali, Sovereign Debt, “Austerity”, and Socio-Economic Rights: Italy’s 2019 Budget Between EU Fiscal Rules and International Human Rights Law
    • Fabrizio Marongiu Bonaiuti, The Effects of Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights on the Final Decisions of Domestic Courts: Recent Developments in the Italian Case Law
    • Valentina Rossi, Government Transparency and the Right of Access to Information: Evolving International Standards and Their Implementation in the Italian Legal System
  • Notes and Comments
    • Andrea Spagnolo, The Conclusion of Bilateral Agreements and Technical Arrangements for the Management Of Migration Flows: An Overview of the Italian Practice
    • Silvia Venier, The Role of Facebook in the Persecution of the Rohingya Minority in Myanmar: Issues of Accountability Under International Law
    • Diego Mauri, On American Drone Strikes and (Possible) European Responsibilities: Facing the Issue of Jurisdiction for “Complicity” in Extraterritorial Targeted Killings
    • Ferdinando Franceschelli, The Franco-German Approach to Tackling Climate Change in the Aachen Treaty of 2019