Friday, June 14, 2019

New Volume: Spanish Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Spanish Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 22, 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • The Classics’ Corner
    • Roberto Mesa Garrido, From the City of God to Universal Chaos
  • General Articles
    • Antonio A. Cançado-Trindade, Education, Universality and Humanism: The Human Person and the Mission of International Tribunals
    • Carlos Moreiro González, The Review of International Arbitral Awards for Breach of Human Rights and the EU Law, and the Spanish Practice Regarding Review of Internal Arbitral Awards
    • Sava Jankovic, Four Streams of Democracy and the Recognition of States: The EU Perspective
    • Beatriz Vázquez Rodríguez, Interim Measures Requested Before International Courts and International Quasi-Judicial Bodies in the Protection of Human Rights: Do They Also Protect the Right to Participate in Public Affairs?
    • Adela M. Aura Y Larios De Medrano, State Succession and International Watercourses: The Role of the 1978 Vienna Convention and the Case of Gabčíkovo-Nagymaros Project Could Play
  • Agora: Secession and self-determination in contemporary International Law
    • Xavier Pons Rafols, Spain in the United Nations: Sixtieth Anniversary
    • Carlos Jiménez Piernas, Xavier Pons Rafols, Enrique Martínez Pérez & Francisco Pascual Vives, Introduction
    • Juan Soroeta Liceras, Current Validity of the External Dimension of the Self-Determination of Peoples. Pending Cases Of Decolonization
    • Paz Andrés Sáenz De Santa María, A Right Of All Peoples: The Internal Dimension of Self-Determination and Its Relationship With Democracy
    • Javier Roldán Barbero, Internal Democracy And International Law
    • Xavier Pons Rafols, The Right to Political Participation in International Law, Independence Referendums, and International Good Practice
    • Esperanza Orihuela Calatayud, Does a Right of Remedial Secession Exist Under International Law?
    • Concepción Escobar Hernández, Secession and Succession of States: What Relationship?
    • Antonio Blanc Altemir, Processes of Secession and Succession of States in the Post-Soviet Space With Attention to the So-Called “De Facto States”
    • José Manuel Sobrino Heredia, The European Union and the Principle Of Self-Determination of Peoples: Territories with Special Status In The European Union and Pending Cases of Decolonization
    • Luis Pérez-Prat Durbán, EU Missions and Secessionist Conflicts
    • Álvaro Jarillo Aldeanueva, Doctrinal Reflections on the Concept of People in International Law
    • Juan Francisco Escuder0 Espinosa, The Absence of Any Right to ‘Remedial Secession’ in International Law
    • José A. López Jiménez, The Dissolution of the Soviet Union and Complex State Construction Processes. Two Differentiated Secession Models in the Republic of Moldova: Gagauzia And Transnistria
    • Juan D. Torrejón Rodríguez, The Crisis at Guerguerat and the Escalation of the Western Sahara Conflict
    • Núria González Campañá, European Union Policy Towards Secessionism in Neighbouring Countries