Slovak Yearbook of International Law

Vol. II (2009)

Contents

SYIL Vol. II (2009) - Content

Summary: Already in the introduction we stated that the idea of splitting or fragmentation of international law, although not new in fact linked with the whole development and its development. In this era of rapid developments in the internationalization of many problems of international law...
Summary:   The article draws attention to a parallel between the current system of international law and the medieval legal system. The common denominator is the informal understanding of law and the basic forms (sources) of law – custom and practice. This is just one example out of...
Summary:    The presented study analyses the topic of universal jurisdiction, the concept of which is an controversial issue. Being a notion of national law, it has attractted much attention at the international level as well.The article points out the theoretical basis of the...
Summary:    Author deals in this contribution with the question of international legal arrangement of the institute of prescription like a title of acquisition of the state territory.   He tries to fix the existing form of the mentioned legal arrangement by analysing...
Summary:    The Impact of the Lisbon Treaty boosted powers of national parliaments (mantra above elimination of the democratic deficit of the European Union). That caused the need for the adopting of new legislative regulation of some procedures connected to these new powers of...
Summary:   In the article the author provides insight into the development of judicial cooperation between Member States of the EC / EU and EFTA, which culminates in the adoption of the new Lugano Convention on jurisdiction and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters,...
Summary:   The Contribution deals with protection of children’s rights particularly right to education under the Article 2 of the Protocol No. 1 and the Right Freedom of conscience, thought and religion under the Article 9 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and...

SYIL Vol. II (2009) - Student Section

Summary:   HI nowadays seem to be one of the most problematic issues of international public law. This article focused on the most problematic matters of HI and it tried to show that they are in compliance with international law.      Many states reject this...
Summary:   The Unilateral Declaration of Independence of Kosovo has created unusual turbulence between world politics and traditional principles of international law. In the past decades, the Balkans have experienced the most tragic conflict in Europe since World War II, evolving into an...
Summary:  The article deals with the establishment and the creation of the state of Israel which was internationally recognized. It continued by a brief outline of the history of British mandate Palestine and of the UN´s role in conflict and the sketch of targets of resolution by...

 

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