Friday, November 11, 2016

New Volume: Italian Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Italian Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 25, 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • In Memoriam
    • M. Iovane, Benedetto Conforti
    • G. Sacerdoti, Luigi Ferrari Bravo
  • Focus: The Migratory Crisis: Current Challenges for International and European Law
    • M. Gestri, EUNAVFOR Med: Fighting Migrant Smuggling Under UN Security Council Resolution 2240 (2015)
    • F. Lenzerini, Sixty-Five Years and It Shows Them All: Proposals for Amending the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees
    • M.R. Mauro, Detention and Expulsion of Migrants: The Khlaifia v. Italy Case
    • F. Casolari, The EU’s Hotspot Approach to Managing the Migration Crisis: A Blind Spot for International Responsibility?
    • A. Liguori, Some Observations on the Legal Responsibility of States and International Organizations in the Extraterritorial Processing of Asylum Claims
    • F. Staiano, The Protection of European Union Citizens Victims of Human Trafficking In Europe
  • Notes and Comments
    • S. Dromgoole, The Legal Regime of Wrecks of Warships and Other State-Owned Ships in International Law: The 2015 Resolution of the Institut de Droit International
    • G. Bartolini, Strengthening Compliance with International Humanitarian Law: The Failed Proposal for a “Meeting of States on International Humanitarian Law”
    • F. Capone, Countering “Foreign Terrorist Fighters”: A Critical Appraisal of the Framework Established by the UN Security Council Resolutions
    • S. Silingardi, The Protection of Private Investors’ Rights in Recent International Investment Agreements
    • L. Borlini, The Achievements and Limits of Italian Anti-Corruption Legislation in Light of the International Legal Framework
    • C. Bakker, The Paris Agreement on Climate Change: Balancing “Legal Force” and “Geographical Scope”
    • M. Montini & F. Volpe, In Praise of Sustainability: The Encyclical Letter Laudato Sì and Its Legal-Economic Implications