19 février 2017

REVUE : Italian Yearbook of International Law (vol. 25, 2016)

Catherine MAIA

The latest volume of the Italian Yearbook of International Law (vol. 25, 2016) is out.

In Memoriam
M. Iovane, Benedetto Conforti
G. Sacerdoti, Luigi Ferrari Bravo
Focus: The Migratory Crisis: Current Challenges for International and European Law
M. Gestri, EUNAVFOR Med: Fighting Migrant Smuggling Under UN Security Council Resolution 2240 (2015)
F. Lenzerini, Sixty-Five Years and It Shows Them All: Proposals for Amending the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees
M.R. Mauro, Detention and Expulsion of Migrants: The Khlaifia v. Italy Case
F. Casolari, The EU’s Hotspot Approach to Managing the Migration Crisis: A Blind Spot for International Responsibility?
A. Liguori, Some Observations on the Legal Responsibility of States and International Organizations in the Extraterritorial Processing of Asylum Claims
F. Staiano, The Protection of European Union Citizens Victims of Human Trafficking In Europe
Notes and Comments
S. Dromgoole, The Legal Regime of Wrecks of Warships and Other State-Owned Ships in International Law: The 2015 Resolution of the Institut de Droit International
G. Bartolini, Strengthening Compliance with International Humanitarian Law: The Failed Proposal for a “Meeting of States on International Humanitarian Law”
F. Capone, Countering “Foreign Terrorist Fighters”: A Critical Appraisal of the Framework Established by the UN Security Council Resolutions
S. Silingardi, The Protection of Private Investors’ Rights in Recent International Investment Agreements
L. Borlini, The Achievements and Limits of Italian Anti-Corruption Legislation in Light of the International Legal Framework
C. Bakker, The Paris Agreement on Climate Change: Balancing “Legal Force” and “Geographical Scope”
M. Montini & F. Volpe, In Praise of Sustainability: The Encyclical Letter Laudato Sì and Its Legal-Economic Implications

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