Monday, July 15, 2013

New Volume: Polish Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Polish Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 32, 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Wojciech Sadurski, Democratic Legitimacy of the European Union: A Diagnosis and Some Modest Proposals
  • Roman Kwiecień, Does the State Still Matter? Sovereignty, Legitimacy and International Law
  • Anna Wyrozumska, Execution on an Embassy Bank Account
  • Malgorzata Fitzmaurice, Some Reflections on Legal and Philosophical Foundations of International Environmental Law
  • Susana Camargo Vieira, Governance, Good Governance, Earth System Governance . . . and International Law
  • Alice de Jonge, What Are the Principles of International Law Applicable to the Resolution of Sovereign Debt Crises?
  • Mia Swart, The Lubanga Reparations Decision: A Missed Opportunity?
  • Adam Bodnar & Irmina Pacho, Targeted Killings (Drone Strikes) and the European Convention on Human Rights
  • Aleksandra Dłubak, Problems Surrounding Arrest Warrants Issued by the International Criminal Court: A Decade of Judicial Practice
  • Maurizio Arcari, Limits to Security Council Powers under the UN Charter and Issues of Charter Interpretation
  • Natividad Fernández Sola, The European Union as a Regional Organization within the Meaning of the UN Charter
  • Dagmar Richter, Judicial Review of Security Council Decisions – A Modern Vision of the Administration of Justice?
  • Pavel Šturma, Does the Rule of Law also Apply to the Security Council? Limiting Its Powers by Way of Responsibility and Accountability
  • Andreas Zimmermann, The Security Council and the Obligation to Prevent Genocide and War Crimes