The Italian Yearbook of International Law, vol.15, 2005.
The Italian yearbook of international law; v.15, 2005.
Ed. by Benedetto Conforti et al.
The Italian yearbook of international law; v.15
This edition includes articles on interpretation of doctrine, explaining implementation of the judgments of the European Court on Human Rights reforms of the UN Charter, the 2005 world summit on environmental governance, minorities and their autonomy in South Tyrol, and issues of attribution to states of private acts as it relates the concept of de facto organs and complicity. It also includes material about the rulings of the House of Lords on torture, Italian anti-terrorism legislation, the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea and the activities of the International Law Commission and the World Trade Organization. It explains Italian practice relating to international law and Italian involvement in diplomatic and parliamentary practice, treaty practice and national legislation. The collection closes with a bibliography of Italian publications in international law and reviews of recent books. The editors provide an analytical index. Martinus-Nijhoff is an imprint of Brill.
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