2013 Polish Yearbook of International Law vol. XXXIII

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The article section of the current volume starts with Maurizio Arcari’s text on the constitutionalization and fragmentation of international law. This is followed by the articles of Cezary Mik on the concept of jus cogens in contemporary international law, and Gino Naldi & Konstantinos Magliveras on the denunciation of treaties and withdrawal from international organizations in the field of international human rights. This section also includes this year’s Marek Nowicki Memorial Lecture by Lord Lester of Herne Hill QC on the right of free speech. In addition there are three articles on EU law. Dimitry Kochenov, in his very timely piece, critically analyzes two new proposals aimed at ensuring the observance of certain democratic standards by EU Member States, Krystyna Kowalik- Bańczyk writes about the emerging practices of domestic Constitutional Courts in resolving conflicts between EU law and national constitutional law. The section ends with the contribution by Jakub Kociubiński on EU competition law in the air transport sector.
The next section is dedicated to the recent judgement of the European Court of Human Rights (Grand Chamber) in Janowiec and Others v. Russia. The case, which relates to one of the greatest tragedies in the contemporary history of Poland, was closely followed not only by scholars in the region but also by the general public. We present different voices from the international academic community, who discuss the case from various perspectives and critically assess the reasoning of the court. This group includes Ireneusz Kamiński, Yaroslav Kozheurov, William Schabas, Susana Sanz Caballero and Gabrielle Citroni. We have also added the complete set of legal observations submitted to the ECtHR on behalf of the applicants.
As usual, the volume also includes the traditional sections: Polish practice in international law, book reviews and the Polish bibliography in international and European law for 2013.


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Numer wydania33
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2013 Polish Yearbook of International Law vol. XXXIII - Aleksandra Gliszczyńska-Grabias: Uladzislau Belavuseu: Freedom of Speech: Importing European and US Constitutional Models in Transitional Democracies »

2013 Polish Yearbook of International Law vol. XXXIII - Answers to the Questions for the Grand Chamber hearing in the case of Janowiec and Others v. Russia »

2013 Polish Yearbook of International Law vol. XXXIII - Cezary Mik: Jus Cogens in Contemporary International Law »

2013 Polish Yearbook of International Law vol. XXXIII - Dmitry Kochenov: On Policing Article 2 TEU Compliance - Reverse Solange and Systemic Infringements Analyzed »

2013 Polish Yearbook of International Law vol. XXXIII - Gabriella Citroni: Janowiec and Others v. Russia: A Long History of Justice Delayed Turned into a Permanent Case of Justice Denied »

2013 Polish Yearbook of International Law vol. XXXIII - Gino J. Naldi, Konstantinos D. Magliveras: Human Rights and the Denunciation of Treaties and Withdrawal from International Organisations »

2013 Polish Yearbook of International Law vol. XXXIII - Ireneusz C. Kamiński: The Katyń Massacre before the European Court of Human Rights: A Personal Account »

2013 Polish Yearbook of International Law vol. XXXIII - Jakub Kociubiński: Consolidation or Fragmentation? European Competition Law in the EU Air Transport Sector: A Policy Analysis »

2013 Polish Yearbook of International Law vol. XXXIII - Karolina Wierczyńska: Patrycja Grzebyk: Criminal Responsibility for the Crime of Agression »

2013 Polish Yearbook of International Law vol. XXXIII - Krystyna Kowalik-Bańczyk: A la recherche d'une coherence perdue - Possible Arguments for the non-application of EU Law in Member States »

2013 Polish Yearbook of International Law vol. XXXIII - Lord Lester of Herne Hill Q C: Free Speech Today »

2013 Polish Yearbook of International Law vol. XXXIII - Maurizio Arcari: The Creeping Constitutionalization and Fragmentation of International Law: From Constitutional toConsistent Interpretation »

2013 Polish Yearbook of International Law vol. XXXIII - Patrycja Grzebyk: Maurizio Ragazzi ed.: Responsibility of International Organizations: Essays in Memory of Sir Ian Brownlie »

2013 Polish Yearbook of International Law vol. XXXIII - Susana Sanz-Caballero: How Could It Go So Wrong? Reformatio in Peius before the Grand Chamber of the ECtHR in the Case Janowiec and Others v. Russia »

2013 Polish Yearbook of International Law vol. XXXIII - Szymon Zaręba: China and Hong Kong: The One Country, Two Systems Principle and Its Practical Implications for Polish Civil Courts »

2013 Polish Yearbook of International Law vol. XXXIII - Wiliam Schabas OC MRIA: Do the Underlying Values of the European Convention on Human Rights Begin in 1950? »

2013 Polish Yearbook of International Law vol. XXXIII - Yaroslav Kozheurov: The Case of Janowiec and Others v. Russia: Relinquishment of Jurisdiction in Favour of the Court of History »


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  Articles     9
  
  Maurizio Arcari
  The Creeping Constitutionalization and Fragmentation of International Law:
  From “Constitutional” to “Consistent” Interpretation     9
  
  Cezary Mik
  Jus Cogens in Contemporary International Law     27
  
  Gino J. Naldi, Konstantinos D. Magliveras
  Human Rights and the Denunciation of Treaties and Withdrawal from
  International Organisations     95
  
  Lord Lester of Herne Hill QC
  Free Speech Today     129
  
  Dimitry Kochenov
  On Policing Article 2 TEU Compliance – Reverse Solange and Systemic
  Infringements Analyzed     145
  
  Krystyna Kowalik-Bańczyk
  A la recherche d’une coherence perdue – Possible Arguments for the
  Non-application of EU Law in Member States     171
  
  Jakub Kociubiński
  Consolidation or Fragmentation? European Competition Law in the EU Air
  Transport Sector: A Policy Analysis     189
  
  COMMENTS on janowiec and others v. russia     205
  
  Ireneusz C. Kamiński
  The Katyń Massacre before the European Court of Human Rights:
  A Personal Account     205
  
  Yaroslav Kozheurov
  The Case of Janowiec and Others v. Russia: Relinquishment of Jurisdiction
  in Favour of the Court of History     227
  
  William Schabas OC MRIA
  Do the “Underlying Values” of the European Convention on Human Rights
  Begin in 1950?     247
  
  Susana Sanz-Caballero
  How Could It Go So Wrong? Reformatio in Peius before the Grand Chamber
  of the ECtHR in the Case Janowiec and Others v. Russia (or Polish Collective
  Memory Deceived in Strasbourg)     259
  
  
  
  Gabriella Citroni
  Janowiec and Others v. Russia: A Long History of Justice Delayed Turned into
  a Permanent Case of Justice Denied     279
  
  Answers to the Questions for the Grand Chamber hearing in the case
  of Janowiec and Others v. Russia     295
  
  Polish Prac tic e in Interna tional law     363
  
  Szymon Zaręba
  China and Hong Kong: The One Country, Two Systems Principle
  and Its Practical Implications for Polish Civil Courts     363
  
  Book Reviews     371
  
  Polish Bibliograph y of International and european
  Law 2013     387
  
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