Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Inaugural Issue: Questions of International Law

The inaugural issue of Questions of International Law / Questioni di Diritto Internazionale (nos. 1-2, 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Effective control over UN troops and dual attribution of their conduct
    • Introduced by Francesco Messineo & Paolo Palchetti
    • Luigi Condorelli, De la responsabilité internationale de l’ONU et/ou de l’État d’envoi lors d’actions de Forces de Maintien de la Paix: l’écheveau de l’attribution (double?) devant le juge néerlandais
    • Pierre d'Argent, State organs placed at the disposal of the UN, effective control, wrongful abstention and dual attribution of conduct
  • International law and the ‘Crimean conundrum’: legal issues arising from the 2014 Russia/Ukraine crisis
    • Introduced by Beatrice I. Bonafé & Micaela Frulli
    • Timothy Meyer, Good faith, withdrawal, and the judicialization of international politics
    • Tom Coppen, Good faith and withdrawal from the Non-Proliferation Treaty
  • Unilateral Withdrawal from Treaties with the Intent to Avoid Supervisory Mechanisms: Is It in Keeping with the Principle of Good Faith?
    • Introduced by Maurizio Arcari & Marco Roscini
    • Antonello Tancredi, The Russian annexation of the Crimea: questions relating to the use of force
    • Enrico Milano, The non-recognition of Russia’s annexation of Crimea: three different legal approaches and one unanswered question