Slovak Yearbook of Inernational Law  Vol. VII (2017)
 

SYIL Vol. VII

Šturma, Pavel: Role of agreements in the context of succession of States in respect of international responsibility

Key words: Codification, development of international law, International Law Commission, succession of States, responsibility, devolution agreements, claims agreements Abstract: In May 2017, the International law Commission decided to place on its current programme of work a new topic called...

Lysina, Peter: Diplomatic protection in EU Law: Mission (im)possible?

Key words: Emmerich de Vattel, Vattelian fiction, Mavrommatis case, the ICSID Convention, draft articles on diplomatic protection, TFEU, TEC, Amsterdam Treaty, Lisbon Treaty, genuine link Abstract: The aim of the article is to analyse the possibility of exercising diplomatic protection in a way...

Dynys, Heorhiy: The quazi international legal nature of Cyber law, Cyber space, Cyber security and Internet law issues (conceptual approaches)

Key words: International law; Cyber Law; Cyber Space; Cyber Security; Internet Law; Global Law; World Law; Transformation of International Law; Methodology of study  Abstract: This academic study is devoted to the problems of the quazi international legal nature of Cyber law, Internet Law,...

Klenka, Michal: The Definition and Delimitation of Outer Space

Key words: definition of the outer space, delimitation of the outer space, spatialism, functionalism  Abstract: The aim of this article is to summarize and give an overview of different approaches (spatialist and functionalist) in the matter of the definition and delimitation of the airspace...

Kuspan, Pavol: Money Laundering, Corruption and Fraud in International Arbitration

Key words: corruption, money laundering, fraud, international arbitration, arbitral proceedings, arbitrability,  arbitrators´ duties and liabilities Abstract: The subject of the paper is the relation between the criminal offences of corruption, money laundering and fraud and international...

Boška, Demian: ‘Self-Contained’ Regimes and International Economic Law

Key words: ‘self-contained’ regimes, WTO, lex specialis, public international law Abstract: The presented paper addresses the existence of so-called ‘self-contained’ regimes which are supposed to exist in separation from general international law. Regarding this point, two objectives of the work...

Špaček, M., Kičurová, K., Nagy, P.: Recent Slovak practice in the field of international law

Contents:   1. Peaceful settlement of dispute – International Court of Justice  1.1. Request for ICJ Advisory Opinion on Pre-independence separation of Chagos archipelago from Mauritius   2. Human Rights and Quasi-judicial bodies 2.1. Analysis on the commitment of the conclusions of...

 

Editor-in-chief

  • Metod Špaček
 

Editorial Board

  • Peter Klanduch
  • Milan Kollár
  • Dagmar Lantajová
  • Peter Lysina
  • Katarína Šmigová

 

Advisory Board

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