Czech Yearbook of Public & Private International Law 2016

Šturma Pavel

Dostupnost
skladem
Vydavatel
Univerzita Karlova, Právnická fakulta
ISBN
978-80-8748-826-3
EAN
9788087488263
Počet stran
520
Místo vydání
Praha
Rok vydání
2016
Formát
A5
ABBREVIATIONS I. STUDIES IN INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ORGANIZATIONS Principles of the Charter of the United Nations – Jus Cogens? Ernest Petrič Problem with the Inclusion of Aggression into the Rome Statute of the ICC Čestmír Čepelka Islamic State, an Actor Threatening Peace in the Middle East Jan Ondřej – Magda Uxová Some Critical Reflections on the Extended Use of Military Force in the Contemporary World Josef Mrázek Are Unilateral (Economic) Sanctions Really Impermissible under International Law? Zuzana Trávníčková International Administrative Law and Administrative Acts: Transterritorial Decision Making Revisited Jakub Handrlica II. INTERNATIONAL LAW AND EUROPEAN LAW The Conceptual Role of Habitual Residence Dalibor Jílek – Jana Michaličková The Scope and the Future of Equality of Treatment for Economically Inactive Union Citizens on the Move Solange Maslowski Saving EU and its Welfare States Through Disincentives to Migration? On a Recent CJEU Case-Law Limiting the Access of EU Migrants to Social Assistance Václav Šmejkal III. HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW Towards a New Convention for the Protection of the Human Rights of Older Persons? Veronika Bílková Consensus on Human Nature? The Concept of European Consensus in the Case-Law of the Court in Strasbourg Pavel Bureš The Status of New Minorities in the Light of the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities Harald Christian Scheu The Use of Human Shields and the Principle of Proportionality under Law of Armed Conflict Tuomas Heikkinen – Martin Faix International Law and the Use of Armed Drones: Where is the Controversy? Petra Ditrichová-Ochmannová The Digital Aspects of the Right to Privacy – Surveillance Issues Milan Lipovský Right to a Fair Trial in Asylum Procedures Monika Forejová IV. INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW The Czech Contribution to the Work of the United Nations War Crimes Commision: the Auschwitz and Birkenau Case Petr Válek Immunity of State Officials from Foreign Criminal Jurisdiction – Exceptions to Immunity ratione materiae Pavel Caban The ICC Arrest Warrant for the Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir in Connection with his Visit to the Republic of South Africa Jan Lhotský Applicable Law, Interpretation, Inherent and Implied Powers – Brief Rendezvous with the ICC Ondřej Svaček V. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND LAW OF THE SEA Do the Europeans have the Right to get Information about Ostrovets Nuclear Power Plant in Belarus? Birute Pranevičiene, Violeta Vasiliauskiene The Bay of Bengal Maritime Arbitration: a New Ray of Hope Soma Hegdekatte VI. VIEWS ON INVESTMENT AND TRADE LAW Non- Precluded Measures in International Investments Arbitration Katarína Chovancová Third Party to Pick up the Bill? Cost Issues Relating to Third Party Funding in Investment Arbitration Ondřej Svoboda – Jan Kunstýř About Recent Development in a Further Aim to Reform the Investor-State Arbitration by the Introduction of a Permanent Investment Tribunal and an Appeal Mechanism – focused on the work done by CIDS under auspices of the UNCITRAL Vojtěch Trapl VII. CZECH PRACTICE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW The International Law Commision at the End of Quinquennium: an Exceptional Session and Positive Results Pavel Šturma The Czech Republic before the European Court of Human Rights in 2015 Vít Alexander Schorm International Treaties ratified by the Czech Republic Milan Beránek VIII. SHORTER ARTICLES AND NOTES Case Notes: Court of Justice of the European Union to Rule on The Compatibility of intra-EU BITs with EU Law in the Case Achmea B.V. vs. The Slovak Republic Miloš Olík Moot Courts on Issues of International Law in 2015/2016 Milan Lipovský IX. BOOK REVIEWS Non-governmental Organizations under the European Convention on Human Rights. Exceptional Legal Standing (A. Tymofeyeva) Irena Marková Legal Regulations for and practices of the use of minority languages. Acta Universitatis Carolinae, Iuridica 4/2015, Vol. LXI (H. Ch. Scheu, R. Petráš eds.) Andrea Baršová International Human Rights Obligations of Post-Communist Countries: the Cases of the Czech Republic and Slovakia (I. Pospíšil, V. Týč et. al.) Martin Kopa X. SURVEY OF CZECH INTERNATIONAL LAW BIBLIOGRAPHY Zuzana Trávníčková
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