Slovak Yearbook of International Law  Vol. I (2008)

Contents

SYIL Vol. I (2008)

Summary:   Although the concept of hard law and soft law belongs to subjects that appeared in the doctrine of international law more than 30 years ago, it is still one of the complex and...
Summary:   The article deals with the problem of state boundaries in Central Europe in the period of 1938-1945. Attention is being paid to the Vienna arbitration and marginally to the...
Summary:   This article deals with the recent ICJ preliminary objection judgment of May 2007 in the case Ahamdou Sadio Diallo (Guinea v. Democratic Republic of Congo). Main subject matter...
Summary: There is a close link between international terrorism and human rights. All states have the right to defend themselves and their population against international terrorism and to take...
Summary:   The article on the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (hereinafter Genocide Convention) aims to cover fundamental principles of the Genocide...
Summary:   Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court is a key actor in current initial phase of the Court´s existence. His success will have significant impact on the functioning...
Summary: International law does not identify the right of the nations for self determination together with the right for secession. However, it does not forbid this kind of right to be performed....
Summary:   The aim of this contribution is to explain the nature and way of application of mechanisms of judicial and quasi-judicial protection of rights of persons belonging to national,...
Summary:   In this article the author analyses changes in the slovak Private International Law concerned with the choice of law. The article is divided into seven parts. In the first part...
Summary:   This article deals with role formation and activities of one of the entities of international law in the area of international security. Using Slovakia as an example, the author...
Summary:   It is a well-known fact that the World Trade Organization (WTO) plays an active role in fragmentation of the International Law. This article concludes that the strict economic...
Summary:   The citizenship of the European Union inserted into Maastricht Treaty on the European Union is a new legal conception which compared with the classical citizenship  ...
Summary:   The Treaty on European Union, also called the Maastricht Treaty, brought into being a new international organization called European Union, but the Treaty contains no...
Summary:   The Article deals with two dimensions of human rights in the external relations of the European Community and the European Union. After stipulating the relation of the European...
Summary:   People´s Mujahedeen Organisation of Iran (PMOI) is an Iranian opposition group, based in France. In May 2002, the name of the Organisation appeared on the sanction list of the...
Summary:   Multilingualism is a key factor of the European integration. For a state and its citizens the language is a very sensitive issue. The accession of a new member state is usually...
Summary:     The UN is considered to be a centre of multilateral democratic diplomacy. With its main bodies it covers practically every facet of international affairs –...

Editor:

  • Dr. Metod Špaček

 

Reviewer:

  • Prof. Dr. Stanislav Mráz

 

Bibliographical Information:

  • Slovak Society of International Law
  • Bratislava, 2009
  • 220 Pages
  • ISBN 978-80-969540-5-6

 

Editor-in-chief

  • Metod Špaček
 

Editorial Board

  • Peter Klanduch
  • Milan Kollár
  • Dagmar Lantajová
  • Katarína Šmigová
  • Metod Špaček

 

Advisory Board

  • Gerhard Hafner
  • Dalibor Jílek
  • Stephen McCaffrey
  • Pavel Šturma
  • Peter Tomka