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Spanish Yearbook of International Law

Spanish Yearbook of International Law – Vol. 23 (2019)

ISSN: 2386-4435

The Spanish Yearbook of International Law (SYbIL), founded in 1991, provides an annual report on new developments in international law and is edited by the Asociación Española de Profesores de Derecho Internacional y relaciones Internacionales (AEPDIRI). From 1991 to 2012 (vols. 1-17), the Yearbook was published by Martinus Nijhoff/Brill. From vol. 18 onwards, the Editor decided to go entirely on-line under a complete open-access philosophy. We are convinced that online publication, due to wide readership and the possibility for interaction between reviewers, readers and authors, is as valuable as publication in print yearbooks and journals.

Since its first volume, the Yearbook has endeavoured to make a significant academic contribution to the on-going development of international law, with a particular focus on Spanish doctrine and practice. The SYbIL is the only publication edited by AEPDIRI written in English in order to reach the largest possible international audience. AEPDIRI also publishes the Revista Española de Derecho Internacional (REDI) and the Revista electrónica de Estudios Internacionales (REEI). Its rules of governance have been adopted by AEPDIRI (a résumé may be found here, in Spanish)

In 2013, with the election of a new Editorial Board, a new editorial plan was adopted and the SYbIL changed its purpose, structure and editorial model. This new website tries to offer the contents of this new epoch of the Yearbook. This editorial decision will enable the Yearbook to be accessible to the entire international readership, offering current research in Spanish academic institutions but other research of what Oscar Schachter labelled as the “invisible college of international law” as well.

Fully aware of the paramount importance of international practice, the Spanish Yearbook publishes contributions from active practitioners of international law on a regular basis. The Yearbook also includes critical comments on Spanish State practice relating to international and EU law, as well as international reactions to that practice.

The SYbIL is a double-blind peer reviewed Yearbook.

CONTENIDO

The Classic’s Corner
Gil Carlos RODRÍGUEZ IGLESIAS
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEGAL SYSTEMS

General Articles
Esperanza ORIHUELA CALATAYUD
WHEN ARE THERE SUBSTANTIAL REASONS TO BELIEVE THAT AN INVESTIGATION OF CORE CRIMES WOULD NOT SERVE THE INTERESTS OF JUSTICE?

Karel WELLENS
SOME REFLECTIONS ON GOOD FAITH DURING NEGOTIATIONS IN RECENT ICJ CASES

Alberto D. ARRUFAT CARDAVA
THE PROTECTION OF MIGRANT CHILDREN IN THE EUROPEAN UNION: A READING IN THE LIGHT OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD’S GENERAL COMMENT (NOS. 22 AND 23) ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILDREN IN THE CONTEXT OF THE INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION

A discussion on international human rights bodies’ decisions and Spain
Carolina JIMÉNEZ SÁNCHEZ
HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEES: THEIR NATURE AND LEGAL RELEVANCE IN SPAIN

Eduardo JIMÉNEZ PINEDA
A COMMENTARY ON THE SUPREME COURT’S JUDGMENT OF 17 JULY 2018 (STS 1263/2018) AND ITS SUPPOSED IMPACT FOR A LEGALLY BINDING VALUE OF THE DECISIONS ADOPTED BY THE COMMITTEE ON THE ELIMINATION OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN (CEDAW)

Jorge CARDONA LLORENS
THE LEGAL VALUE OF THE VIEWS AND INTERIM MEASURES ADOPTED BY UNITED NATIONS TREATY BODIES (A RESPONSE TO THE OPINIONS OF E. JIMENEZ PINEDA, C. JIMÉNEZ SÁNCHEZ AND B. VÁZQUEZ RODRÍGUEZ)

Agora
ASYLUM POLICIES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION: CONVERGENCES BETWEEN THE INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS: AN INTRODUCTION
Joana ABRISKETA URIARTE

SHRINKING PROTECTION SPACE THROUGH GATEKEEPING AND FENCING STRATEGIES: THE IMPACT OF EU´S MIGRATION CONTROL ON THE PROTECTION OF ASYLUM SEEKERS AND FORCED MIGRANTS AT EU’S EXTERNAL BORDERS
Cristina CHURRUCA MUGURUZA

SEEKING COHERENCE AMONG MEMBER STATES: THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM
Elspeth GUILD

THE EU ACCESSION TO THE GENEVA CONVENTION RELATING TO THE STATUS OF REFUGEES: LEGAL FEASIBILITY AND ADDED VALUE
Paula GARCÍA ANDRADE

THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE EU TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE GLOBAL COMPACTS: LEGAL CERTAINTY FOR PEOPLE ON THE MOVE AS A GLOBAL PUBLIC GOOD
Carmen PÉREZ GONZÁLEZ

HARMONIZING THE SOCIOECONOMIC INTEGRATION CONDITIONS FOR ASYLUM SEEKERS THROUGH EU MULTILEVEL FINANCIAL COORDINATION
Laura GÓMEZ URQUIJO

‘IMPACT ON RIGHTS’ AS A FORM OF EXTRATERRITORIAL JURISDICTION: A NEW LEGAL RESTRICTION ON BORDER CONTROLS THROUGH INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
María NAGORE CASAS

IN THE NAME OF SOLIDARITY AND HUMAN VALUES: RESCUE OPERATIONS AT HIGH SEAS BY NGOS VS. THE INTERNATIONAL LEGAL ORDER
Javier A. GONZÁLEZ VEGA

THE REFORM OF THE DUBLIN III REGULATION: HOW TO BUILD OR NOT TO BUILD FURTHER ENFORCING MECHANISMS
Joana ABRISKETA URIARTE

HUMANITARIAN VISAS AND DISCRETIONARY CHOICES IN THE EU: POLICIES ON VISAS AND ON INTERNATIONAL PROTECTION
Silvia MORGADES GIL

TRANSFORMING THE EUROPEAN ASYLUM SUPPORT OFFICE INTO THE EUROPEAN UNION AGENCY FOR ASYLUM
David FERNÁNDEZ ROJO

COOPERATION BETWEEN THE EUROPEAN UNION AND LIBYA AS REGARDS TO MIGRATION AND ASYLUM: THE EVENTUAL CREATION OF DISEMBARKATION PLATFORMS
Lorena M. CALVO MARISCAL

THE EXPANSION OF STATE AUTHORITY OVER THE NEIGHBOURING STATES THROUGH INFORMAL MIGRATION CONTROLS: THE CASE OF HUNGARY’S CONTROL OVER SERBIA
Tasawar ASHRAF, Umut KORKUT & Daniel GYOLLAI

Forum
Material and Immaterial Walls in Contemporary International Law:consequences on human rights, fundamental freedoms, security and the environment

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE FORUM
Ana SALINAS DE FRÍAS & Enrique J. MARTÍNEZ PÉREZ

SECURITY AND BORDER WALLS/FENCES IN CONTEMPORARY INTENATIONAL LAW
Ana SALINAS DE FRÍAS

THE WALLS OF FORTRESS EUROPE: EXTERNALISATION OF MIGRATION CONTROL AND THE RULE OF LAW
Ángel SÁNCHEZ LEGIDO

LEGAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF A WALL IN THE OCCUPIED SAHRAWI TERRITORY
Juan SOROETA LICERAS

RELEVANT INTERNATIONAL LEGAL OBLIGATIONS DUE TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF WALLS AND REINFORCED FENCES
Enrique J. MARTÍNEZ PÉREZ

THE INFLUENCE OF THE DECISIONS OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS ON EUNAVFOR MED OPERATION SOPHIA
Daniel REY MORAL

CHALLENGES FOR BIODIVERSITY PROTECTION STEMMING FROM BORDER WALLS IN SLOVENIA AND KOREA
Ignacio ÁLVAREZ ARCÁ

THE EXTRATERRITORIAL APPLICATION OF EUROPEAN UNION DATA PROTECTION LAW
Ana GASCÓN MARCÉN

THE INTEROPERABILITY OF EU INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS CONCERNS
Elisabeth HOFFBERGER-PIPAN

CLIMATE CHANGE AS A DISRUPTER OF THE NOTION OF BORDER IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
Pau de VÍLCHEZ MORAGUES

Books’ Review
Carmen AZCÁRRAGA MONZONÍS
María del Carmen CHÉLIZ INGLÉS
LA SUSTRACCIÓN INTERNACIONAL DE MENORES Y LA MEDIACIÓN. RETOS Y VÍAS PRÁCTICAS DE SOLUCIÓN

Joaquín ALCAIDE FERNÁNDEZ
Montserrat ABAD CASTELOS
ES POSIBLE COMBATIR EL TERRORISMO YIHADISTA A TRAVÉS DE LA JUSTICA?

María Dolores BLÁZQUEZ PEINADO
José Manuel CORTÉS MARÍN
AVATARES DEL PROCESO DE ADHESIÓN DE LA UE AL CONVENIO EUROPEO DE DERECHOS HUMANOS

Simone VEZZANI
Gabriela OANTA (Coord.)
EL DERECHO DEL MAR Y LAS PERSONAS Y GRUPOS VULNERABLES

Manuel LÓPEZ ESCUDERO
Luis M. HINOJOSA MARTÍNEZ & Pablo J. MARTÍN RODRÍGUEZ (Dir.)
INTERNATIONAL MARKETS REGULATION AND THE EROSION OF THE EUROPEAN POLITICAL AND SOCIAL MODEL

AEPDIRI Journal’s Review
English abstracts of the contributions published by the REDI and the REEI in 2019

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