Monday, January 25, 2021

New Volume: Spanish Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Spanish Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 24, 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • The Classics’ Corner
    • Alejandro Rodríguez Carrión, International Law on the Threshold of the 21st Century
  • Special contribution
    • Antonio Remiro Brotóns, The Declaration of Principles turns fifty years: a rondó of sly power
  • General Articles
    • Marco Longobardo, «Super-Robust» Peacekeeping Mandates In Non-International Armed Conflicts Under International Law
    • Miguel Checa Martínez, Brexit And Private International Law: Looking Forward From The UK But Actually Going Backward
    • Alexis Berg-Rodríguez, Back On The Good Track: Historical Institutionalism And The New Political Model Between The Eu And Cuba
    • Chema Suárez Serrano, From Bullets To Fake News: Disinformation As A Weapon Of Mass Distraction. What Solutions Does International Law Provide?
    • Nerea Magallón Elósegui, Trade In Minerals And Human Rights: Towards Responsible Sourcing Of Minerals From Conflict Areas In Europe (Regulation (EU) 2017/821)
    • Jerónimo Maillo, New Screening Of Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) In Europe: A First Step Towards A New Paradigm?
    • Ignacio Forcada Barona, Brexit And European Citizenship: Welcome Back To International Law
    • Libia Arenal, Economic Crimes Against Humanity: A Legal Challenge For The Positive Regulation Of Crimes Against Humanity In Article 7 Of The Rome Statute
  • Catalonia Secession before the Spanish Supreme Court
    • Araceli Mangas Martín, A Decent Supreme Court Judgement
    • Pedro Tent Alonso, Assessment, In Light Of EU Law, Of The Constitutional Framework From Which The Spanish Supreme Court Has Approached The Prosecution Of Catalan Separatist Leaders
    • Helena Torroja Mateu, The «Right To Decide» In International Law As Ground For Exclusion Of Unlawfullness
    • Santiago Ripol Carulla & Rafael Arenas García, Issues Related To European Human Rights Law: The European Court Of Human Rights
    • Javier Roldán Barbero, The Catalonia Independence Process And EU Law (2017-2020)