22 octobre 2015

REVUE : German Yearbook of International Law (vol. 57, 2014)

David ROY

Le dernier volume du German Yearbook of International Law (vol. 57, 2014) vient de paraître.

  • Forum: 1914–2014 Niemeyer's International Law Revisited
    • Andreas von Arnauld, Reflections upon Reflections: Koskenniemi on Niemeyer
    • Theodor Niemeyer, Tasks of the Future Science of Public International Law
    • Martti Koskenniemi, International Law as Science – Reflections on a Mandarin Essay
  • Focus: Law of the Sea in the 21st Century
    • Nele Matz-Lück, The Law of the Sea as a Research Focus in Kiel: Looking Back and Moving Ahead
    • Shunji Yanai, Can the UNCLOS Address Challenges of the 21st Century?
    • Bing Bing Jia, The Principle of the Domination of the Land over the Sea: A Historical Perspective on the Adaptability of the Law of the Sea to New Challenges
    • Rüdiger Wolfrum, Evolution of the Law of the Sea from an Institutional Perspective
    • Liesbeth Lijnzaad, Formal and Informal Processes in the Contemporary Law of the Sea at the United Nations, a Practitioner's View
    • Yoshifumi Tanaka, The Institutional Application of the Law of Dédoublement Fonctionnel in Marine Environmental Protection: A Critical Assessment of Regional Regimes
    • Tullio Scovazzi, The Exploitation of Resources of the Deep Seabed and the Protection of the Environment
    • Doris König, Maritime Security: Cooperative Means to Address New Challenges
    • Alexander Proelss, Dispute Settlement in Multi-Layered Constellations: International Law and the EU
    • Isabel Feichtner, Power and Purpose of Ecolabelling: An Examination Based on the WTO Disputes Tuna II and COOL
  • General Articles
    • Diego Germán Mejía-Lemos, On Self-Reflectivity, Performativity, and Conditions for Existence of Sources of Law in International Law
    • Tobias Thienel, Third States and the Jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice: The Monetary Gold Principle
    • Mart Susi, Implied Constitutional Competence of the European Court of Human Rights
    • Paul Gragl, The Silence of the Treaties: General International Law and the European Union
    • Isabel Daum, Legal Conflicts in the Protection of Traditional Knowledge and Intellectual Property in International Law
    • Kevin Grimmeiß, International Criminal Tribunals and the Right to a Lawful Judge
    • Thiago Braz Jardim Oliveira, State Immunity and Criminal Proceedings: Why Foreign Officials Cannot Enjoy Immunity Ratione Materiae from the Legal Process of Extradition
    • Sinthiou Buszewski & Henner Gött, Avoiding Kadi – Pre-emptive Compliance with Human Rights when Imposing Targeted Sanctions
    • Anja Kießling, The Uncertain Fate of the African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights: The Problematic Merger with the African Court of Justice and the Establishment of an International Criminal Law Section
  • German Practice
    • Stefan Talmon, At last! Germany Admits Illegality of the Kosovo Intervention
    • Christoph Beinlich & Benjamin Jüdes, Germany's Role in the Destruction of Syrian Chemical Weapons
    • Philipp Stöckle, Recent Developments in German Case Law on Compensation for Violations of International Humanitarian Law
    • Arne Reißmann & Sarah Bothe, Ending Impunity for the Bottommost Diplomatic Caste: German Practice in Relation to Domestic Workers in Diplomatic Households
    • Martin Weiler, The Right to Privacy in the Digital Age: The Commitment to Human Rights Online
    • Sina Hartwigsen & Jasmin Oschkinat, The Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage and Its Relevance for Germany
    • Sarah Gahlen, Watercourses: The UN Convention and Germany's International Treaties
    • Berenike Schriewer, The German Federal Constitutional Court's First Reference for a Preliminary Ruling to the European Court of Justice

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