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.Czech Yearbook of Public & Private International Law
- 2011
Česká ročenka mezinárodního práva veřejného a soukromého, Vol.2 (rok 2011)
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Autor :
Pavel Šturma (ed.)
ISBN :
978-80-87488-02-7
Řada :
Mezinárodní právo
Cena s DPH :
165,00 Kč
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OBSAH/CONTENTS

I. STUDIES IN INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ORGANIZATIONS
    Drawing a Line between the Responsibility of International Organization and its Member States under International Law
    Pavel Šturma

    … but haven’t we met before? A brief encounter with the “new” European Union, its (international) legal personality and treaty making powers under the Treaty of Lisbon
    Emil Ruffer

    The Right to Use the Force in Self – Defence
    Josef Mrázek

    The Polluter-Pays Principle in the OECD Recommendations and its application in the International and EC/EU Law
    Ondřej Vícha

    Channelling of Nuclear Third Party Liability towards the Operator jeopardised by the Brussels Regulation
    Jakub Handrlica

II. HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW
    The Invisible Dialogue on the Rights of the Child: Ellen Key and Janusz Korczak
    Dalibor Jílek

    Towards a General Right to Reparation for Internally Displaced Persons?
    Veronika Bílková

    Diplomatic assurances – a permissible tool in the struggle against terrorism?
    Lone Wandahl Mouyal

    Comments on the draft Agreement on the Accession of the European Union to the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms
    Jana Králová

    Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Law of Armed Conflict implications
    Petra Ochmannová

    Thirty Years since the Adoption of the Convention on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Certain Conventional Weapons especially the Protocol on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Mines, Booby-Traps and Other Devices
    Jan Ondřej

III. INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW
    Theoretical and Practical Impact of International Criminal Law on International Law
    Katarína Šmigová

    To Have or Not to Have a Special Tribunal for Somali Pirates? An International Response to National Failure
    Pavel Bureš

    Preliminary examinations by the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court
    Pavel Caban

IV. CZECH VIEWS ON INVESTMENT LAW
    The JURISDICTION of an Arbitral Tribunal under the Austrian-Czech BIT Arbitration Clause and the Most-Favored-Nation (MFN) Clause
    Vojtěch Trapl

    Czech Experience with Bilateral Investment Treaties: Somewhat Bitter Taste of Investment Protection
    Tomáš Fecák

    Comment on Award on Jurisdiction in Binder case appealed at the Czech Courts
    Vladimír Balaš

V. CZECH PRACTICE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
    Practice of Czech Courts related to International Law
    Petr Mikeš

    Codification and Progressive Development of International Law: Report of the International Law Commission on the work of its sixty-second session – Agenda Item
    ed. Pavel Šturma

    List of ratified international treaties which entered into force for the Czech Republic from 1st June 2010 till 31st July 2011
    Editors

VI. BOOK REVIEWS
    J. Blahož, V. Baláš, K. Klíma, J. Mrázek, J. Večeř, et al.: Democracy and Issues of Legal Policy in Fighting Terrorism: A Comparison
    Naděžda Šišková

    P. Šturma, V. Balaš, J. Syllová, V. Jirásková: Selected Problems of Negotiation and Application of International Treaties
    Jitka Hanko

    J. Ondřej, P. Šturma, V. Bílková, D. Jílek et al.: International Humanitarian Law
    Jana Ondrovičová

VII. SURVEY OF CZECH INTERNATIONAL LAW BIBLIOGRAPHY
    Survey of Czech International law bibliografy
    Z. Trávníčková
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