Saturday, November 19, 2022

New Volume: Italian Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Italian Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 31, 2021) is out. Contents include:
  • Symposium: The Mediterranean Sea and International Law
    • Gabriela A. Oanta, Maritime Delimitations in The Mediterranean: Current Challenges
    • Giuseppe Cataldi, The Italian Law Authorizing the Creation of an Exclusive Economic Zone
    • Andrea Caligiuri, On the Legal Regime of Waters Off the Disputed Territories in The Eastern Mediterranean
    • Tullio Scovazzi, The Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage in the Mediterranean Sea
    • Sofia Galani, Tensions and Cooperation in Realizing Maritime Security in The Mediterranean Sea: The Examples of Maritime Terrorism and Irregular Migration
    • Laura Magi, The Mediterranean Sea Between Legend and Crime: The Tricky Question of Jurisdiction for Mediterranean States
    • Simone Vezzani, The Conservation of Biodiversity in The Mediterranean Sea Through Marine Protected Areas: The Barcelona System Faced with The Expansion of Coastal State Jurisdiction
    • Elisa Fornalé, Federica Cristani & Vilane Gonçalves Sales, Sustainable Management of Fisheries Resources in a Time of Climate Change: An Overview of Initiatives in the Mediterranean Region
    • Nicola Ferri, The Legal Regime Governing Mediterranean Fisheries: The General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean of the FAO and the Added-Value of Article XIV Bodies
    • Eleonora Branca, The Role of International Organizations in the Mediterranean Sea: An Appraisal of the Union for the Mediterranean
  • Articles, Notes and Comments
    • Mirko Sossai, The Place of Cities in the Evolution of International Humanitarian Law
    • Natalino Ronzitti, The Treaty of Quirinale Between Italy and France
    • Marina Mancini, Italy’s Implementation of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court and Its Amendments: Unresolved Issues
    • Andrea Spagnolo, State Immunity, Delegation of Public Powers to Private Actors and Access to Justice: Anything New Under the (European) Sun?
    • Pierfrancesco Rossi, The New Italian Law Against Investment in Anti-Personnel Mines and Cluster Munitions: Achievements and Loopholes
    • Donato Greco, Italian Legislation in Times of Pandemics and International Law: Exceptionalism, Balancing and Compliance