Wednesday, January 8, 2020

New Volume: Baltic Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Baltic Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 17, 2017/2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Hent Kalmo, Principles and Pragmatism in State Succession: Bargaining in the Economic Affairs Commission of the Tartu Peace Conference
  • Jaanika Erne, On the Borders of Law, History and Politics: Estonian Statesman Jüri Jaakson’s Views and Life in Context
  • Rytis Satkauskas, One Hundred Years of Faith: The Baltic States’ Contribution to International Justice
  • Gabriela Belova & Nikolay Marin, A Century of the Baltic States’ Independence: Some Similarities and Differences with Bulgaria
  • Lauri Hannikainen, Finland’s Continuation War (1941–1944): War of Aggression or Defence? War of Alliance or Separate War? Analyzed from the International – Especially Legal – Perspective
  • Andres Parmas, Application of Domestic Criminal Statutes in regard to International Crimes
  • Ineta Ziemele, Case Law of the European Court of Human Rights as a Source of Human Rights Law
  • Ozlem Ulgen, Human Dignity in an Age of Autonomous Weapons: Are We in Danger of Losing an ‘Elementary Consideration of Humanity’?
  • Marion Blondel, Vulnerability as a Virtue: An Attempt to Transpose the Care Ethic in International Law