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Spanish Yearbook of International Law - No. 26 (2022)

Spanish Yearbook of International Law – No. 26 (2022)

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
Reflections on the purpose and function of Private International Law
José Luis Iglesias Buhigues

General Articles
Unravelling the UNFCCC’S institutional system: Halfway between treaty organs and international organization
Gloria Fernández Arribas

On the Role of International Governmental Organizations in the Global Response to Adapt to Climate Change-induced Sea-level Rise: Conditioning Factors and Opportunities
Marta Abegón Novella

The status of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Peasants and Other People Working in Rural Areas in international law
Francesco Seatzu

Undocumented migrant persons claiming to be minors: jurisdiction, applicable law, and cooperation
Lucía I. Serrano-Sánchez

Freedom of association and minority diversity in democratic society — Aspects of the European Court of Human Rights’ case law
Athanasios T. Yupsanis

State Cooperation in the Reparations of victims of International Crimes
Carlos Gil Gandía

Acts of terrorism as war crimes in the Colombian armed conflict
Félix Vacas Fernández

Morocco, occupying power of Western Sahara: some notes about Spain’s foreign legal policy, the role of the Spanish doctrine and the rule of law in international relations
Jaume Ferrer Lloret

Agora
Is autonomy the solution to the Western Sahara conflict?
Juan Soroeta Liceras

Diplomatic Manoeuvres in the Dark: How Spain changed its Position on the Western
Javier A. González Vega

The supposed shift that marginalizes Spain from the resolution of Western Sahara conflict
Isaías Barreñada Bajo

The Western Sahara Conflict: impact on Sahrawi people´s human rights: intended solidarity or breach of international responsibility
María López Belloso

Delimitation of Maritime Spaces Between Spain and Morocco
José Antonio de Yturriaga Barberán

Natural Resources in the Western Sahara Conflict
Raquel Ojeda-García, Samara López-Ruiz

The Spanish nationality of the inhabitants of Western Sahara
Alfonso Ortega Giménez

Book’s Review
Joana ABRISKETA URIARTE (dir.). Políticas de asilo de la UE: convergencias entre las dimensiones interna y externa (Valencia, Tirant, 2022)
Gustavo de la Orden Bosch

José María BENEYTO y Carlos JIMÉNEZ PIERNAS (dirs.), Concepto y fuentes del Derecho internacional (Valencia, Tirant, 2022)
Mariano J. Aznar

Jorge CARDONA LLORÉNS, Susana SANZ CABALLERO y Antonio ARRUFAT CÁRDAVA, La protección internacional de la persona, Tirant lo Blanch, Valencia, 2022
Didac Amat i Puigsech

Ana GARCÍA JUANATEY, Alimentación Sostenible, Hambre y Transición Ecológica en Derecho Internacional, Reus, Madrid, 2022
Miguel Ángel Martín López

Rosa GILES CARNERO, El régimen jurídico internacional en materia de cambio climático. Dinámica de avances y limitaciones, Thomson Reuters Aranzadi, Pamplona, 2021
Susana Borràs-Pentinat

Mariano J. AZNAR, Maritime Claims and Underwater Archaeology: When History Meets Politics, Brill, Leiden, 2021
Carlos Espósito

Francisco JIMÉNEZ GARCÍA, Derecho Internacional Líquido ¿Efectividad frente a Legitimidad?, Thomson Reuters Aranzadi, Pamplona, 2021
Teresa Fajardo del Castillo

José Manuel MARTÍNEZ SIERRA, La (des)constitucionalización en la Unión Europea, Tirant lo Blanch, Valencia, 2022
Joana Abrisketa Uriarte

Pablo QUINZÁ REDONDO, Uniones registradas en la Unión Europea. el Reglamento (UE) Nº 2016/1104 en perspectiva española, Tirant lo Blanch, Valencia, 2022
Beatriz Campuzano Díaz

Helena TORROJA MATEU, La libre Determinación de los Pueblos: ¿un derecho a la independencia para cualquier pueblo?, Thomson Reuters Aranzadi, Pamplona 2022
Antonio Remiro Brotóns

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