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Spanish Yearbook of International Law - No. 27 (2023)

Spanish Yearbook of International Law – No. 27 (2023)

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
BORDERS AND MARCHES. Political and geographical factors within international relations.
Antonio Truyol y Serra

General Articles
Self-determination and Access to Independence under Current International Law: From Language to Concept
Helena Torroja Mateu

The Scope of the Extraterritorial Obligation to Respect in the Inter-American Human Rights System: An Approach Fully Consistent with the Demands of the Recognition of the Dignity of All Human Beings
Nicolás Carrillo, Paula Roa, Francesco Seatzu

On the present and the future of land freight transport dispute-resolution
Alejandro García Jiménez

Translucent barriers that foreign award holders encounter when seeking to enforce the awards in India: navigating the Indian Judiciary
Monica Benavente Norza

State liability for damage caused to individuals for breach of EU air quality law
Enrique Martínez Pérez

European Union´s governance through trade. Considerations on the Proposal for a Regulation on prohibiting products made with forced labour on the Union market
Carmen Martínez San Millán

The legal value of the decisions given by the United Nations Human Rights Treaty Bodies in light of the Judgments of the Spanish Supreme Court of 13 June 2023 (STS 786/2023) and of 29 November 2023 (STS 1597/2023): End of Story?
Eduardo Jiménez Pineda

Agora
“Youth Visions on Arctic Sustainability”
Elena Conde

Running out of excuses? Norwegian political and policy discourses justifying oil and gas development in the Arctic
Bjørn M. Ballo, Berit Kristoffersen, Roman Sidortsov

Arctic Energy Development and China’s Engagement
Chuan Chen

International cooperation in the Arctic region: a tool to defuse tensions?
Irene Ballesteros

Arctic governance: An analysis of a treaty-based cooperation hypothesis
Elena Kavanagh

How young people would like to shape the Arctic’s future and what is the policymakers’ answer
Marco Dordoni

Restoring lands and reclaiming rights: the interaction between Rewilding and the Environmentalism of the poor in the European High North
Thomas Pauvret

Questions of justice and sustainability: The case of submarine cables in the Arctic
Daria Shvets

Book’s Review
ABEGÓN NOVELLA, Marta, Los efectos de los conflictos armados en los tratados de protección del medio ambiente (Atelier, Barcelona, 2022).
Xavier Fernández Pons

BLANC ALTEMIR, Antonio (Director), COS SÁNCHEZ, Pilar and ORTIZ HERNÁNDEZ, Eimys (Coordinators), The Trade Relations of the European Union with the rest of the World an Analysis after the Pandemic and the Russian Invasion of Ukraine, (Aranzadi, Pamplona, 2023)
Juan Jorge Piernas López

CELIS AGUILAR, María Mayela, Sustracción Internacional de menores. Estudio jurisprudencial, doctrinal y crítico del Convenio de La Haya de 1980. Aspectos clave y soluciones a los problemas de aplicación, (Dykinson, Madrid, 2023)
María González Marimón

ESPLUGUES MOTA, Carlos, El control de las inversiones extranjeras en la Unión Europea, (Tirant lo Blanch, Valencia, 2022)
Pedro de Miguel Asensio

ESTRADA TANCK, Dorothy, Nuevos horizontes en la protección internacional de los derechos económicos y sociales (Tirant lo Blanch, Valencia, 2022)
Eugenia López-Jacoiste Díaz

JANER TORRENS, Joan David, Conflictos territoriales y Convenio Europeo de Derechos Humanos (Aranzadi, Pamplona, 2023)
Carolina Soler García

JIMÉNEZ PINEDA, Eduardo y GONZÁLEZ GRECO, Daniela Jazmín, Las migraciones climáticas: estudio desde la perspectiva regional y de la cooperación internacional, (Aranzadi, Pamplona, 2023)
Ignacio Álvarez Arcá

MAGALLÓN ELÓSEGUI, Nerea, La ley aplicable a la responsabilidad civil extracontractual de empresas por abusos de los derechos humanos (Aranzadi, Pamplona, 2023)
Lorena Sales Pallarés

OBREGÓN FERNÁNDEZ, Aritz, Noción de terrorismo internacional. Estudio del marco jurídico vigente y una propuesta de definición con vocación omnicomprensiva, (Aranzadi, Pamplona, 2023).
Ricardo Arredondo

PIGRAU, Antoni, FONT MAS, Maria, MARÍN CANSARNAU, Diana, BORRÀS PENTINAT, Susana, GONZÁLEZ BONDIA, (Dirs.) La comunidad internacional ante el desafío de los objetivos de Desarrollo sostenible, XXIX Jornadas de la Asociación Española de Profesores de Derecho Internacional y Relaciones Internacionales (Tirant lo Blanch, Valencia, 2023)
Ana Sanchez-Cobaleda

URBANEJA CILLÁN, Jorge, La crisis del Estado de Derecho en los Estados miembros de la Unión Europea, (Aranzadi, Pamplona, 2023)
Javier A. González Vega

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