Trade and Development Law
Diplomatic Immunities and Privileges in International Law: African Development Bank and Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia in Perspective

Tayewo Adewumi; Joseph Aremo

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 12 April 2024

  On 20th December 2023, the African Development Bank resolved to withdraw all its international members of staff from Ethiopia with immediate effect. This came as a result of the recent breach of diplomatic protocol and assault by Ethiopian security forces on two of the African Development Bank’s ...  Read More

Human Rights
Legal Review of Security Council Resolutions to Formulate and Develop International Law With an Emphasis on World Peace and Security in International Law

Amin Mohammadzadeh

Volume 4, Issue 8 , September 2023, , Pages 95-111

  The present study was conducted with the purpose of a legal review of the determination of the Security Committee on the development and progression of international law with an emphasis on international peace and security in international law. Given that the founders of the United Nations considered ...  Read More

Human Rights
Putin’s Address of 24 February 2022 and the War in Ukraine: An Examination Through the Lens of International Law

Gregorio Salatino

Volume 4, Issue 8 , September 2023, , Pages 112-125

  This article offers a comprehensive analysis of the arguments put forth by Mr. Putin during his address to the citizens of Russia on 24 February 2022, where he announced a “special military operation” in Ukraine. The author critically examines these arguments through the lens of international ...  Read More

Culture and Technological Innovation
The Place of Combating Racial Discrimination in International Law and Crisis Control (A case study of the Court's jurisprudence in the case of Qatar v. UAE)

Ghasemali Sabouri; Dorna Ahmadi darani

Volume 3, Issue 6 , October 2022, , Pages 41-57

  a world without discrimination is a requirement of peace and tranquility, and the efforts of the United Nations and its affiliated organizations, such as the committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD), aim to achieve these goals.some of which have led to lawsuits in the International ...  Read More

Criminal Law
Instruments of Criminal Protection of the Right to a Clean Environment in the International Environmental Conventions

Shima naderi; Majid Motallebi

Volume 3, Issue 6 , October 2022, , Pages 109-116

  The right to environment is viewed as a concept of human rights third generation in the international arena. Since the environment is recognized as a common heritage of humanity in international documents so as not to endanger the lives of present and future generations, damage to this rich heritage ...  Read More

International Law and Global Governance

Abbas Poorhashemi

Volume 3, Issue 5 , April 2022, , Pages 70-74

  This article aims to describe and analyze the challenges and opportunities for the development of international law. It attempts to provide some knowledge regarding global issues that requires an immediate collective response from the international community. Creating a better world for present and future ...  Read More

Criminal Law
The concept of terrorism: time to abandon the national approach to international law

Delphine Defossez

Volume 2, Issue 3 , May 2021, , Pages 1-13

  Today’s challenges scream for a different type of response. Globalization and the emergence of new transnational threats, such as terrorism, have created new realities and fundamentally changed the nature of the purpose of international law. International law can help set up a framework, but terms ...  Read More

International Law under a new Digital Dimension

Daniel Freire e Almeida

Volume 1, Issue 1 , September 2019, , Pages 1-8

  This working paper is divided into three sections that provide the relevant knowledge and innovative arguments of the internal organization of the International Tribunal for the Internet. It is significant noted that the innovative proposal is a result of the challenges that international law has been ...  Read More

A Perspective from the Presumed “Essence” of Human Rights: The European Court of Human Rights

Bostjan M. Zupancic

Volume 1, Issue 1 , September 2019, , Pages 46-51

  This paper is a Chapter from the author’s latest book, ON THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS, Eleven Publishing, 2019. The work is an attempt at a critical understanding of the spirit of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) as implemented, by the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg ...  Read More