• Christian Tomuschat: Individual and Collective Identity: Factual Givens and Their Legal Reflection in International Law. Words in Commemoration of Krzysztof Skubiszewski, doi 10.7420/pyil2017a, pp. 11–34;
• Alessandra La Vaccara: Past Conflicts, Present Uncertainty: Legal Answers to the Quest for Information on Missing Persons and Victims of Enforced Disappearance. Three Case Studies from the European Context, doi 10.7420/pyil2017b, pp. 35–70;
• Maryna Rabinovych: The Rule of Law Promotion Through Trade in the “Associated” Eastern Neighbourhood, doi 10.7420/pyil2017c, pp. 71–100;
• Hanna Kuczyńska: Changing Evidentiary Rules to the Detriment of the Accused? The Ruto and Sang Decision of the ICC Appeals Chamber, doi 10.7420/pyil2017d, pp. 101–125;
• Maciej Szpunar: Is the Court of Justice Afraid of International Jurisdictions? doi 10.7420/pyil2017e, pp. 125–142;
• Marton Varju: Member States’ Interests and EU Law: Filtering, Moderating and Transforming? doi 10.7420/pyil2017f, pp. 143–162;
• Jakub Kociubiński: European “Ghost Airports”: EU Law Failure or Policy Failure? The Need for Economic Analysis in State Aid Law, doi 10.7420/pyil2017g, pp. 163–184;
• Justyna Maliszewska-Nienartowicz: A New Chapter in the EU Counterterrorism Policy? The Main Changes Introduced by the Directive 2017/541 on Combating Terrorism, doi 10.7420/pyil2017h, pp. 185–202;
• Mirosława Myszke-Nowakowska: Insolvency Forum Shopping – What Can Be Learned from the ECJ and US Supreme Court Case Law on International Company Law and Insolvency Procedures? doi 10.7420/pyil2017i, pp. 203–222.
MINISYMPOSIUM ON GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
• Artur Kozłowski: Systematicity of General Principles of (International) Law – An Outline, doi 10.7420/pyil2017j, pp. 225–234;
• Roman Kwiecień: General Principles of Law: The Gentle Guardians of Systemic Integration of International, doi 10.7420/pyil2017k, pp. 235–242;
• Przemysław Saganek: General Principles of Law in Public International Law, doi 10.7420/pyil2017l, pp. 243–254;
• Izabela Skomerska-Muchowska: Some Remarks on the Role of General Principles in the Interpretation and Application of International Customary and Treaty Law, doi 10.7420/pyil2017m, pp. 255–272.
POLISH PRACTICE IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
• Karolina Wierczyńska: Act of 18 December 1998 on the Institute of National Remembrance – Commission for the Prosecution of Crimes against the Polish Nation as a Ground for Prosecution of Crimes against Humanity, War Crimes and Crimes against Peace, doi 10.7420/pyil2017n, pp. 275–286;
• Patrycja Grzebyk: Amendments of January 2018 to the Act on the Institute of National Remembrance – Commission for the Prosecution of Crimes against the Polish Nation in Light of International Law, doi 10.7420/pyil2017o, pp. 287–300.
• Andrzej Jakubowski: Alexandra Xanthaki, Sanna Valkonen, Leena Heinamaki and Piia Nuorgam (eds.), In-di-genous Peoples’ Cultural Heritage: Rights, Debates, Challenges, pp. 303–307;
• Marcin Kałduński: Bimal N. Patel, Aruna K. Malik and William Nunes (eds.), Indian Ocean and Maritime Security: Competition, Cooperation and Threat, pp. 308–311;
• Agata Kleczkowska: Claus Kres and Stefan Barriga (eds.), The Crime of Aggression: A Commentary, pp. 312–316;
• Kaja Kowalczewska: Noam Zamir, Classification of Conflicts in International Humanitarian Law: The Legal Impact of Foreign Intervention in Civil Wars, pp. 317–319;
• Karolina Wierczyńska: Cheryl Lawther, Luke Moffett and Dov Jacobs (eds.), Research Handbook on Transitional Justice, pp. 320–324.
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