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German Yearbook of International Law / Jahrbuch für Internationales Recht

Vol. 52 (2009)

2010. Tab., Abb.; 745 S.
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The German Yearbook of International Law, founded as the Jahrbuch für Internationales Recht, provides an annual report on new developments in international law and is edited by the Walther Schücking Institute for International Law at the University of Kiel. Since its inception in 1948, the Yearbook has endeavored to make a significant academic contribution to the ongoing development of international law. Over many decades the Yearbook has moved beyond its origins as a forum for German scholars to publish their research and has become a highly-regarded international forum for innovative scholarship in international law. In 1976, the Yearbook adopted its current title and began to publish contributions written in English in order to reach the largest possible international audience. This editorial decision has enabled the Yearbook to successfully overcome traditional language barriers and inform an international readership about current research in German academic institutions and, at the same time, to present international viewpoints to its German audience. Fully aware of the paramount importance of international practice, the Yearbook publishes contributions from active practitioners of international law on a regular basis. The Yearbook also includes critical comments on German state practice relating to international and EU law, as well as international reactions to that practice.


Inhalt: Forum: T. Giegerich, The Federal Constitutional Court's Judgment on the Treaty of Lisbon: The Last Word (German) Wisdom Ever Has to Say on a United Europe? - Focus Section: Chances and Challenges of Regional Human Rights Protection: G. Bekker, The African Human Rights System: An Uphill Struggle - K. Hashemi, Muslim States, Regional Human Rights Systems and the Organization of the Islamic Conference - P. Malanczuk, Regional Protection of Human Rights in the Asia-Pacific Region - M. O'Boyle / J. Darcy, The European Court of Human Rights: Accomplishments, Predicaments and Challenges - J. M. Pasqualucci, The Inter-American Human Rights System: Progress Made and Still To Be Made - Symposium: The Nord Stream Pipeline: Legal, Economic and Environmental Issues: R. Götz, The Nord Stream Pipeline: The Energy Policy Background - S. Vinogradov, Challenges of Nord Stream: Streamlining International Legal Frameworks and Regimes for Submarine Pipelines - T. Koivurova / I. Pölönen, Transboundary Environmental Impact Assessment in the Case of the Baltic Sea Gas Pipeline - S. Leible, Private International Law: Contracts for the Delivery of Gas - R. Happ, The Nord Stream Pipeline: Settlement of Disputes under the Energy Charter Treaty? - A.-R. Börner, Comment on the Private Law Aspects of the Nord Stream Pipeline - General Articles: P. D. Mora, The Legality of Civil Jurisdiction over Torture under the Universal Principle - A. Seibert-Fohr, Judicial Independence in European Union Accessions: The Emergence of a European Basic Principle - A. D'Amato, The Coerciveness of International Law - L. F. Müller, Judicial Independence as a Council of Europe Standard - K. Oellers-Frahm, The Principle of Consent to International Jurisdiction: Is It Still Alive? Observations on the Judgment on Preliminary Objections in the Case Concerning Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (Croatia v. Serbia) - A. Fischer-Lescano / L. Kreck, Piracy and Human Rights: Legal Issues in the Fight against Piracy within the Context of the European "Operation Atalanta" - M. Susi, Application of the Access to Court Doctrine by the European Court of Human Rights: Estonia's Concept of Comprehensive Court Protection - A. Alvarez-Jiménez, The World Trade Organization (WTO) Appellate Body's Limited Autonomy to Modify the WTO Dispute Settlement System - German Practice: T. Giegerich / A. Proelss, Foreword from the Editors - E. Blitza / O. Daum, The Parental Rights of Unmarried Fathers in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights; Zaunegger v. Germany - F. Bieker / L. Frahm, The Retroactive Abolition of the Maximum Period of Preventive Detention; M. v. Germany - T. Thienel, Momentous Judgments against Germany in the European Court of Human Rights: Zaunegger v. Germany and M. v. Germany - P. Braasch, Germany's Compliance with the European Convention of Human Rights' Length of Procedure Requirements - B. Elberling, German Involvement in the Prosecution of Somali Piracy Suspects - D. Herrmann, The German Ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and its Optional Protocol - H. Leitsch, No Deportation of Asylum Seekers to Greece? The Decisions of the German Federal Constitutional Court of 8 September, 23 September, 5 November, 13 November and 8 December 2009 - A. Proelss, Action of a Foreign Municipality against the Permission to Operate a Former Military Border-Zone Airport for Civil Purposes - L. Schmeckthal / P. Seifert, Administrative Court of Stuttgart: Level 1 Family Allowance for Registered Partnerships - B. Schriewer, "Rescuing" Protocol No. 14 to the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms: Germany's Declaration of Acceptance - J.-P. Schütze, Germany's Ratification of the Optional Protocol to the UN Convention against Torture - C. Seidler / P. Seifert, Federal Administrative Court of Germany: Article 13 (2) (c) of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and the Legality of Tuition Fees for Higher Education - P. Seifert, Motion to Initiate Legislation for the Belated Implementation of the UNESCO World Heritage Convention Defeated in German Federal Parliament - Book Reviews

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