Czech Yearbook of Public & Private International Law (Vol.9) - 2018
The Establishment of the Independent Czechoslovak State and its Frontiers in the Light of International Law and Politics of 1918–1920
Protection of Mininorities
Czechoslovakia: Certifi cates and Passports of Refugees (1918–1930)
Citizenship of the Czechoslovak fi rst republic and citizenship of the Czech Republic and its international legal aspects (considering the double citizenship)
Jan Ondřej – Magda Uxová
Experiments with International Administration in the Paris Peace Treaties: A Study in International Administrative Law
II. STUDIES IN INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ORGANIZATIONS
International Law on the Use of Force: Need for Methodological Debate
Martin Faix – Ondřej Svaček
State Succession to International Responsibility: A Critical Analysis of the Modern Succession Theory Based on the General Principles of Law
Ceren Zeynep Pirim
Due diligence under the Law of the Sea
III. INTERNATIONAL LAW AND EUROPEAN LAW
Protocol modernising the Convention for the Protection of Individuals with regardto Automatic Processing of Personal Data – towards a single regulatory framework in Europe and beyond?
The principle of solidarity between voluntary commitment and legal constraint. The judgment of the Court of Justice (GC) in the case Slovak Republic and Hungary v Council of the European Union in Joined Cases C-643/15 and C-647/15
Andrea Circolo – Ondrej Hamuľák – Peter Lysina
Addressees of Antitrust and State Aid Legislation in European, International and National Law
IV. HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW
Abortion and Euthanasia in the draft Human Rights Committee’s General Comment No. 36 on the Right to Life
The Principle of the Presumption of Innocence in the European and International Context
The military use of unmanned aerial vehicles by the military and its conformity with international humanitarian law
Birutė Pranevičienė – Violeta Vasiliauskienė
Right to Citizenship between International Law and Politics, with an Emphasize to its Implementation in the State in Transition: A Montenegro Perspective
The Czech Republic and Solidarity with Refugees: There were Times when Solidarity Mattered
V. HEALTH LAW, ETHICS, AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Two decades of the Convention on Biomedicine: Has it been any Good?
Convention on Biomedicine and Liability Resulting from Deficiency in Informed Consent
Mitochondrial replacement therapy in the light of the Convention on Biomedicine: the outline of a dilemma
VI. VIEWS ON INVESTMENT AND TRADE LAW
The Czechoslovakian Case of 1949 in the Gatt: Was there Some Luck in its Misfortune?
60 Years of the New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards: What is the Way Forward?
Legal Concerns on International Investment Between the Czech Republic and China: Chances and Challenges
Poverty Eradication – Controversies Between UN and WTO
What Can We Expect from Post-Brexit United Kingdom’s Investment Policy?
Ondřej Svoboda – Jan Kunstýř
VII. CZECH PRACTICE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
Customary international Law, interpretation of treaties and other topics at the 70th session of the International Law Commission
Law of the sea: Is it relevant for the Czech Republic?
The Czech Republic before the European Court of Human Rights in 2017
Vít Alexander Schorm
List of Ratified International Treaties which Entered into Force for the Czech Republic from 1st January 2017 tiil 31st December 2017
VIII. SHORTER ARTICLES AND NOTES
Mootcourts on Issues of Public International Law in Year 2017/2018
Migration and Refugee Law at the Law Faculty of Charles University
IX. BOOK REVIEWS
Sir Ivor Roberts (ed), Satow’s Diplomatic Practice
Bhuta, Nehal (eds.), Autonomous Weapons Systems: Law, Ethics, Policy
Andreas Kulick (ed.), Reassertion of Control over the Investment Treaty Regime Interpretation
X. SURVEY OF CZECH INTERNATIONAL LAW BIBLIOGRAPHY
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