Monday, April 28, 2014

New Volume: Slovak Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Slovak Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 3, 2010-2011) is out. Contents include:
  • Richard Bednárik & Kristína Šimuláková, IAEA and its response to Fukushima disaster
  • Michal Davala, Should the “margin of appreciation” be abandoned without delay?
  • Peter Dudič, What are the implications in international law of Turkey’s damming of international rivers?
  • Peter Klanduch, International criminal tribunals and the development of the law of genocide
  • Michaela Mackuliaková, International Obligations in the European Asylum System in the context of the M.S.S. v. Belgium and Greece Case Law
  • Josef Mrázek, Armed Conflicts and Self-Defence in International Law
  • Jan Ondřej, Mixed Instruments in International Disarmament and Humanitarian Law
  • Denisa Šrameková, Russia and the WTO
  • Veronika Trstenská, Åland Islands and their status in the European Union
  • Jozef Valuch, View on International Legal Personality with respect to the Position of an Individual in Contemporary International Law
  • Viera Strážnická, Human dignity in the European legal space
  • Kristína Potomová, Succession of states in international law
  • Matúš Huťka, Universal jurisdiction in the Slovak legal order
  • Tomáš Buchta, Treaty on Stability, Coordination and Governance in the Economic and Monetary Union as an instrument and manifestation of closer intergovernmental cooperation between the EU Member States
  • Igor Barna, Genuine link principle in granting diplomatic protection
  • Daniel Arbet, Analysis of the International Court of Justice advisory opinion on the legal consequences of the construction of a wall in the occupied Palestinian territory