Czech Yearbook of Public & Private International Law 
(Vol.6) - 2015

Contents

I. SYMPOSIUM:THE CRIME OF AGGRESSION WITHIN THE ROME STATUTE POST – KAMPALA  

Introduction to section „Symposium on the Crime of Aggression“
Pavel Šturma, Milan Lipovský

Aggresion – the Supreme International Crime or Not a Crime at All?
Veronika Bílková

Crimes against peace in Nuremberg

Alla Tymofeyeva

Back to the ILCʹs Legislative History: Code of Crimes against the Peace and Security of Mankind
Pavel Šturma

The Political Realities and Legal Possibilities Concerning the Relationship between the United Nation Security Council and the Crime of Aggresion in the International Criminal Court
Carollann Braun

The Definition of the Crime of Aggression – Entry into Force and the Exercise of the Courtʹs Jurisdiction over this Crime

Pavel Caban

Manifest violation of the UN Charter
Jan Lhotský

The Understandings to the Rome Statuteʹs Crime of Aggression
Milan Lipovský

The Kampala Agreement on crime of aggression and responsibility for cyber-attacks
Kristýna Urbanová

II. STUDIES IN INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ORGANIZATIONS

Jus agens and the question of criterions for its determination
Čestmír Čepelka

Creation of New States and De Facto Regimes and the Case Referring to Crimea
Jan Ondřej

The Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage and Nuclear Installations: Application Problems Revisited
Jakub Handrlica

Victimsʹ Right to Reparation under International Human Rights Law: also against International Organizations?
Martin Faix

III. INTERNATIONAL LAW AND EUROPEAN LAW

The limit sof so-called benefit tourism and the free movement of EU Citizen
Harald Christian Scheu

Human rights between Strasbourg and Luxembourg – disintegration of monist view of human rights protection or a new beginning?

Monika Forejtová

IV. INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW AND CRIMINAL LAW

You canʹt have one without the other, can you? Assessing the Relationship Between the Use of Force in the Name of Human Rights and Regime Change
Ralph Janik

Reproductive Rights and Human Dignity. Convergence or Divergence in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights?
Pavel Bureš

The Highest Amounts of Just Satisfaction: Awards of the European Court of Human Rights to Legal Persons
Alla Tymofeyeva

Human Rights Dimension of the ICCʹs Complementarity Regime

Ondřej Svaček

Gaps in the legal regime of interstate cooperation in prosecuting crimes under international law
Pavel Caban


V. CZECH VIEW ON INVESTMENT AND TRADE LAW

Post-Lisbon Exercise of EU Competence in the Field of Foreign Investment: Coping with the International Projection of Intra-EU Complexity
Magdalena Ličková

TTIP and ISDS: not irreconcilable acronyms
Ondřej Svoboda

Diag Human: A case study on multi-jurisdictional enforcement of an international arbitration award
Monika Feigerlová

VI: CZECH PRACTICE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
The work of the International Law Commission in 2015, business as usual?
Pavel Šturma

Czech-Austrian Declaration on Jurisdictional Immunities of State-Owned Cultural Property
Petr Válek

The Czech Republic efore the European Court of Human Rights in 2014
Vít Alexander Schorm

List of Ratified International Treaties which Entered into Force for the Czech Republic from 1st January 2014 till 31st December 2014
Milan Beránek
 

VII. BOOK REVIEWS
Carrie Mc Dougall
The Crime of Aggression under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court
Jan Lipovský

V. Honusková, E. Flídrová, L. Janků
Todayʹs Migrants, tomorrowʹs refugees? The Status of Migrants who need Protection in International Law
Šárka Ošťádalová

Pavel Šturma (ed.) et al.
Response of International Law to International Crimes
Štefan Viedenský

VIII. SURVEY OF CZECH INTERNATIONAL LAW BIBLIGRAPHY

Survey of Czech International Law Bibliography
Zuzana Trávníčková

All articles was published online: December 2, 2015
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