Tuesday, August 29, 2017

New Volume: Polish Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Polish Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 36, 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • In memoriam
    • Bartłomiej Krzan, Professor Jan Kolasa (1926-2016)
  • Articles
    • Roman Kwiecień, The Nicaragua Judgment and the Use of Force – 30 Years Later
    • Michał Kowalski, Original Sin Reaffirmed: The Nicaragua Judgement’s Impact on the Notion of Armed Attack as the Most Grave Form of the Use of Force
    • François Finck, The State between Fact and Law: The Role of Recognition and the Conditions under which It Is Granted in the Creation of New States
    • Wojciech Burek, Family Reunification Regulations and Women: The Perspective of International Law
    • Athanasios Yupsanis, Cultural Autonomy for Minorities in the Baltic States, Ukraine, and the Russian Federation: A Dead Letter
    • Anna Karapetyan, A Recurring Phenomenon: The Lawful Sanctions Clause in the Definition of Torture and the Question of Judicial Corporal Punishment under International Human Rights Law
    • Aleksandra Rychlewska, The Nullum Crimen Sine Lege Principle in the European Convention of Human Rights: The Actual Scope of Guarantees
    • Petra Bárd, Scrutiny over the Rule of Law in the European Union
    • Joanna Ryszka, “Social Dumping” and “Letterbox Companies” – Interdependent or Mutually Exclusive Concepts in European Union Law?
    • Dominik Horodyski, Maria Kierska, Enforcement of Emergency Arbitrators’ Decisions under Polish Law
  • Polish practice in international law
    • Dorota Pyć, Compliance with and Enforcement of Maritime Labour Conditions –The Polish Legal Perspective
    • Grzegorz Wierczyński, The Polish Practice Regarding the Promulgation of International Agreements between 1945 and 2017
    • Agata Kleczkowska, Judgment of the Supreme Court, dated 17 February 2016 (Ref. no. WA 16/15)
  • Book reviews
    • Kaja Kowalczewska, William H. Boothby, Weapons Law and The Law of Armed Conflict (2nd ed.), Oxford University Press, Oxford: 2016
    • Bartłomiej Krzan, M. Ruffert, C. Walter, Institutionalised International Law, C.H. Beck, Hart Publishing, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, Baden Baden: 2015
    • Roman Kwiecień, Robert Kolb, Peremptory International Law – Jus Cogens. A General Inventory, Hart Publishing, Oxford/Portland: 2015
    • Marcin Menkes, Eugene Kontorovich, Francesco Parisi (eds.), Economic Analysis of International Law, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham: 2016
    • Marcin Menkes, Marc-William Palen, The ‘Conspiracy’ of Free Trade. The Anglo-American Struggle Over Empire and Economic Globalisation, 1846-1896, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 2016