Czech Yearbook of Public & Private International Law 
(Vol.8) - 2017

I. SYMPOSIUM: LAW OF INTERNATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY 

Introduction to Section “Symposium: Law of International Responsibility”
Pavel Šturma 

Peremptory Norms of International Law and Invocation of International Responsibility
Josef Mrázek 

Responsibility of State and Responsibility of Individual – Old Problems and New Challenges for International Law
Karolina Wierczyńska 

Reponsibility for Violations of Investors’ Rights under New EU Investment Agreements
Tomáš Fecák 

International Responsibility in the Context of Disaster Response
Adam Giertl
 
II. STUDIES IN INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ORGANIZATIONS 

Personal Staus of Refugees: The Original International Solution
Dalibor Jílek and Jana Michaličková 

Failure to React as Evidence of opinio iuris (a Comment to the ILC’s First Draft Conclusions on Identification of Customary International Law)
Pavel Caban 

Legal Status of Unilateral Coercive Measures under Customary International Law
Zuzana Trávníčková 

Irregular Migration through South Mediterranean Route: Actions by Coast Guard Vessels and NGO Vessels
Birutė Pranevičienė – Violeta Vasiliauskienė 

The Importance of Customary Law for the Codification of the Law of Treaties
Sandra Brožová 

Existence of a Dispute in Front of the ICJ
Milan Lipovský 

III. INTERNATIONAL LAW AND EUROPEAN LAW 

The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union vis-à-vis the Member States – Scope of its Application in the View of the CJEU
Ondrej Hamuľák – Ján Mazák 

Migrant Integration as a New EU Agenda
Harald Christian Scheu
 
Ten Years after the Viking Judgment: EU Court of Justice still in Search of Balance between Market Freedoms and Social Rights
Václav Šmejkal 
 
Legal Status of the Notarial Profession as a Specific Profession in Europe – the Example of the Czech Republic and Hungary
Monika Forejtová 
 
Twice about ne bis in idem: Conflicting Approach of European Courts to the Same Principle
Michal Petr 
 
Does the Full Harmonization of the Consumers’ Protection against Unfair Commercial Practices via UCPD fi t in Europe 2020?
Radka MacGregor Pelikánová – Marek Beneš 

IV. USE OF FORCE AND SO-CALLED ISLAMIC STATE
 
The Use of Force against the Islamic State (Jus ad Bellum Aspects)
Veronika Bílková 
 
Questions of International Humanitarian and Human Rights Law in the Case of a Foreign Military Intervention against the Islamic State
Tamás Lattmann 
 
Money Laudering as a Form of Financing Terrorism through the Prism of Terrorist Organization “Islamic State of Iraq and Levant”
Jelena Dinic 
 
V. HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW 
 
Indirect Obligations of Business Entities under the European Convention on Human Rights
Alla Tymofeyeva 
 
African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights: Twenty Years from Addis Ababa Protocol
Tomáš Bruner 
 
States´ Obligations under Common Article 1 of the Geneva Conventions in the Context of Multinational Military Operations
Martin Faix – Tuomass Heikkinen 
 
VI. INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW

The Concept of Crimes against Humanity
Čestmír Čepelka 
 
Brothers and Sisters in Arms as Victims of War Crimes: Ntaganda Case before the ICC
Ondřej Sváček 
 
VII. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND LAW OF THE SEA
 
“Junction Area“ – a New Legal Regime Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) Case No. 2012-04 (Slovenia v. Croatia)
Ernest Petrič
 
The Issues of Sovereignty and Ownership in Respect to the Sea-bed and Ocean Floor and its Resources (Including Exploration and Exploitation of Resources from the Sea-bed Beyond the Boundaries of the National Jurisdiction of States)
Jan Ondřej 
 
The Vienna Convention on Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage and Radioactive Waste Management: Problems Revisited
Jakub Handrlica 
 
VIII. HEALTH LAW, ETHICS, AND HUMAN RIGHTS 
 
Restrictions of Personal Freedom in the Context of Psychiatric Care in the Czech Republic
Petr Šustek 
 
Reflections of Ethical Debate in the International Law Regulation of Stem Cell Research
Martin Šolc 
 
Doctrine of Loss of Chance in Medical Malpractice Cases: Comparative, International and Transnational Aspects
Tomáš Holčapek 
 
IX. VIEWS ON INVESTMENT AND TRADE LAW 
Countermeasures and their (In)Comparable Congruence in International Investment Arbitration & the WTO Law
Katarína Chovancová 
 
From Turkey – Textiles to Peru – Additional Duty: Th e Contribution of the WTO Case-Law on the Relation between the Marrakesh System and Regional Trade Agreements
Elisa Baroncini 
 
WTO in Context of Brexit
Kristýna Urbanová 
 
No Reason to Party: United Kingdom as Party to EU Free Trade Agreements after Brexit
Ondřej Svoboda 
 
Lis Pendens between International Investment Tribunals and National Courts
Zdeněk Nový 
 
War: Foreign Investments in Danger Can International Humanitarian Law or Full Protection and Security Clause Always Save it?
Petr Stejskal 
 
X. CZECH PRACTICE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 
The Work of the International Law Commission at the beginning of the New Term: Crimes against Humanity and Other Topics
Pavel Šturma 
 
The International Law Aspects of the New Czech Act on Foreign Service
Petr Válek 
 
Application of CILFIT Criteria by Czech Supreme Courts
Václav Stehlík

The Czech Republic before the European Court of Human Rights in 2016
Vít Alexander Schorm 
 
List of Ratified International Treaties which Entered into Force for the Czech Republic from 1st January 2016 till 31st December 2016
Milan Beránek 
 
The Czech Republic’s Push for Innovative Agenda in the UNIDROIT and the UNCITRAL
Ondřej Svoboda – Tomáš Kozárek – Alex Ivančo 
 
XI. SHORTER ARTICLES AND NOTES 
 
Moot Courts on Issues of Public International Law in the Year 2016/2017
Milan Lipovský 
 
Avec un brin de nostalgie: On the Occasion of the 90th Birthday of Professor Čestmír Čepelka
Pavel Šturma 
 
XII. BOOK REVIEWS 
Pavel Šturma, Katarína Chovancová, Katarína Šmigová, Jaroslav Větrovský: Immunities of States and Their Officials in Contemporary Law
Metod Špaček 
 
Claus Kress, Stefan Bariga: Crime of Agression Commentary
Milan Lipovský 
 
Ondrej Hamuľák: National Sovereignty in the European Union
David Sehnálek 
 
C. L. Lim (ed.): Alternative Visions of the International Law on Foreign Investment: Essays in Honour of Muthucumaraswamy Sornarajah
Jürgen Kurtz: The WTO and International Investment Law: Converging Systems
Ondrej Svoboda 
 
Pavel Šturma, Milan Lipovský (eds.): Preventive Mechanisms under the Optional Protocol to the Convention against Torture
[Preventivní mechanismy dle Opčního protokolu k Úmluvě proti mučení]
Štefan Viedenský 
 
XIII. SURVEY OF CZECH INTERNATIONAL LAW BIBLIOGRAPHY 
Zuzana Trávníčková 
 
All articles was published online: December  11, 2017
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