Saturday, September 18, 2021

New Volume: Baltic Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Baltic Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 19, 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Ineta Ziemele, Latvian Tradition in International Law
  • Ieva Miļūna, Latvian Tradition in State Responsibility
  • Jānis Lazdiņš, Ainārs Lerhis, Jānis Pleps, & Ineta Ziemele, Legal and Historical Elements of Latvia’s Restoration of Independence
  • Žaneta Mikosa, Evolution of Procedural Rights and Legal Standing in Environmental Matters in Latvia
  • Edvards Kušners & Esmeralda Balode-Buraka, Behind the Scenes: EU Accession Challenges
  • Christoph Schewe, Shattering the Concept of EU Citizenship? The Potential Impact of Brexit and Potential Secession of Catalonia on EU Citizenship
  • Agnese Saukuma, Legal and Ethical Issues in Designing Online Courts
  • George Chakhvadze, Mafruza Sultana, & Jānis Grasis, The Concept of Maritime Terrorism Between Traditionalism and Expansionism: Re-thinking Maritime Terrorism as a Transnational Crime