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

Environmental Law
Legal Analysis of the judgment of the International Court of Justice on the Whaling in the Antarctic (Australia v. Japan: New Zealand intervening)

Abbas Poorhashemi; Sahar Zarei

Volume 2, Issue 3 , May 2021, Pages 14-20

  Environmental protection is confronted by many political, economic, and social problems. In the case regarding Whaling in the Antarctic, (Australia v. Japan: New Zealand Intervening) in March 2014, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) decided that the Japanese whaling programme in the Antarctic (JARPA ...  Read More

European Law
Pandemic overview: Migration problems in the European Union

Simona Belcheva

Volume 2, Issue 3 , May 2021, Pages 21-31

  Migration is a complex demographic, geographic, social, and economic process closely related to the natural movement of the population as a result of religious, ethnic, political, military, economic, or other reasons. This process is characterized by its complex nature and the problems associated with ...  Read More

Environmental Law
States liability on Covid-19 damages under common but differentiated responsibility principle

shirin shirazian; mohammad saleh Anisi; Ali Karimidouzaji

Volume 2, Issue 3 , May 2021, Pages 32-46

  The adverse effects of the Covid-19 on the environment became a potential source of threats to the natural environment and human life. While a short range of temporal improvements can be seen during lockdown measures, but the virus is spreading out quickly among human societies and wildlife ...  Read More

Environmental Law
The Role of Economic Instruments for Against Unhealing Industrial Water Pollution

Adane Damtew

Volume 2, Issue 3 , May 2021, Pages 47-59

  Contemporary, different impediments strongly challenge our planet. However, nothing can be equated with the problems encountered by the pollutions released from industries. These pollutions adversely affect the environment, health, social, and economic aspects of human beings. Countries have tried to ...  Read More

Business Law
L’arbitrage commercial international et l’immunité juridictionnelle des Etats

Manuchehr Tavassoli Naini

Volume 2, Issue 3 , May 2021, Pages 60-75

  Pour les parties privées, l’arbitrage est devenu la meilleure solution pour éviter le risque de l’immunité des Etats et éventuellement le déni de justice. Le résultat de ce recherche justifie que si dans le domaine de l’immunité de juridiction, ...  Read More

Environmental Law
Quel développement pour le droit international de l'environnement au 21ème siècle?

Abbas Poorhashemi

Volume 2, Issue 3 , May 2021, Pages 76-87

  Le droit international de l'environnement tente de protéger l'environnement mondial en fixant des règles juridiquement contraignantes (Hard Law) et non contraignantes (Soft Law). Cependant, malgré tous les efforts internationaux visant à protéger l'environnement, la ...  Read More