Sunday, November 2, 2014

New Volume: Polish Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Polish Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 33, 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Maurizio Arcari, The Creeping Constitutionalization and Fragmentation of International Law: From “Constitutional” to “Consistent” Interpretation
  • Cezary Mik, Jus Cogens in Contemporary International Law
  • Gino J. Naldi & Konstantinos D. Magliveras, Human Rights and the Denunciation of Treaties and Withdrawal from International Organisations
  • Lord Lester of Herne Hill, Free Speech Today
  • Dimitry Kochenov, On Policing Article 2 TEU Compliance – Reverse Solange and Systemic Infringements Analyzed
  • Krystyna Kowalik-Bańczyk, A la recherche d’une coherence perdue – Possible Arguments for the Non-application of EU Law in Member States
  • Jakub Kociubiński, Consolidation or Fragmentation? European Competition Law in the EU Air Transport Sector: A Policy Analysis
  • Comments on Janowiec and others v. Russia
    • Ireneusz C. Kamiński, The Katyń Massacre before the European Court of Human Rights: A Personal Account
    • Yaroslav Kozheurov, The Case of Janowiec and Others v. Russia: Relinquishment of Jurisdiction in Favour of the Court of History
    • William Schabas, Do the “Underlying Values” of the European Convention on Human Rights Begin in 1950?
    • Susana Sanz-Caballero, How Could It Go So Wrong? Reformatio in Peius before the Grand Chamber of the ECtHR in the Case Janowiec and Others v. Russia (or Polish Collective Memory Deceived in Strasbourg)
    • Gabriella Citroni, Janowiec and Others v. Russia: A Long History of Justice Delayed Turned into a Permanent Case of Justice Denied
    • Answers to the Questions for the Grand Chamber hearing in the case of Janowiec and Others v. Russia