Wednesday, March 19, 2014

New Volume: Czech Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Czech Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 5, 2014) is out. The theme is "The Role of Governmental and Non-governmental Organizations in the 21st Century." Contents include:
  • Aslan Abashidze, The Process of Strengthening the Human Rights Treaty Body System
  • Jaroslav Valerievich Antonov, Legal Instruments of E-democracy for the Development of Civil Society in International Practice
  • Gabriela Augustínyová & Aiste Dumbryte, The Indispensable Role of Non-governmental Organizations in the Creation and Functioning of the International Criminal Court
  • Helena Barancová, Current Lawmaking of the International Labour Organization with regard to EU Law
  • Milan Bakes & Michael Kohajda, Legal Regulation of and Influence of International Institutions on Financial Markets
  • Alexander J. Bělohlávek, Institutionalized Promotion and Protection of Investments in the Energy Sector
  • Pavel Hamerník, The Non-state Adjudication of Disputes by the Court of Arbitration for Sport as an Inspiring Alternative for Effective Dispute Resolution
  • Marie Karfíková & Zdeněk Karfík, The Role of Foundations at the Beginning of the 21st Century
  • Lukás Klee & Ondřej Ručka, FIDIC: Significance in the Construction Industry
  • Karel Klíma, The Phenomenon of the European Court of Human Rights' Influence on the Constitutional Systems of the Council of Europe Member States
  • Libor Klimek, European Police Office (Europol): Past, Present and Future
  • Oskar Krejčí, The European Union and NATO: Cooperation, Competition or Conjunction?
  • Davorin Lapas & Robert Mrljić, International Non-governmental Organizations (INGOs) as Participants in the International Lawmaking Process: Examples in Environmental and Space Law
  • Jan Lhotský, The UN Mechanisms for Human Rights Protection: Strengthening Treaty Bodies in Light of a Proposal to Create a World Court of Human Rights
  • Hana Marková & Nicole Grmelová, Institutional Framework of Combating Money Laundering in the European Union
  • Pavel Mates & Jan Smíd, Can the Welfare State Be Lean?
  • Daniela Nováčková, The Legal Instruments of EU Fiscal and Monetary Stability
  • Zdeněk Nový, The Role of the UNIDROIT in the Unification of International Commercial Law with a Specific Focus on the Principles of International Commercial Contracts
  • Katarzyna Sękowska-Kozłowska, The Role of Non-governmental Organisations in Individual Communication Procedures before the UN Human Rights Treaty Bodies