Business Law
The Brave New World of Foreign Investment in the Wake of Covid-19 Pandemic: Current Situation and Potential Disputes

Agata Zwolankiewicz

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2021, Pages 1-25

  The Covid-19 pandemic might have a negative effect on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) worldwide. Namely, the pandemic may have a long-lasting impact on policymaking trends in the context of international investment law and international trade. It may accelerate the interventionism, protectionism, and ...  Read More

Human Rights
Doctrine of Constitutional Morality: Ammunition in Hands of Judiciary or Instrument of Justice?

Shelal Lodhi Rajput

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2021, Pages 26-43

  This paper deals with the concept of constitutional morality in all and all in the Indian constitutional law context with a highlighting present development in the judiciary. The paper has covered all the fundamental aspects of doctrine of constitutional morality in toto from its source, significance ...  Read More

Environmental Law
Examining Environmental Obligations in International Investment Law

Seyyed Ahmad Rasi

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2021, Pages 44-51

  International environmental law and international investment law are two important and fundamental disciplines of international law which play a fundamental role in human society today. In fact, one cannot live in societies without these two categories. Economic investments by companies in different ...  Read More

Trade and Development Law
Saving Toothless Tigers: How Canada Can Defend the WTO

German Morales Farah; Julie Ward

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2021, Pages 52-71

  The World Trade Organization (WTO) is facing a legitimacy crisis due to changing power configurations in global politics and rapid economic integration. Dissatisfied with slow progress and outmoded trading rules, the United States (US) has systematically blocked appointments to the Appellate Body of ...  Read More

Environmental Law
Construction and Development of Dams on Transboundary Rivers under Precautionary Principle (A case study of the Kajaki dam)

Shirin Shirazian; Ali Karimidouzaji; mohammad saleh Anisi

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2021, Pages 72-85

  Kajaki dam construction and development on Hirmand/Helmand river affected the upstream and downstream of the river in a different situation. This construction project has been bringing lots of advantages for Afghanistan, on the other hand, Iran dealing with the majority of negative effects caused by ...  Read More

European Law
Positions of European leading parties with regard to the migration issue (The electoral processes in Europe)

Marina E. Rodionova; Pavel S. Seleznev; Dmitriy A. Ezhov; Vadim V. Zubov

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2021, Pages 86-95

  The scientific paper is devoted to migration flows as one of the most urgent and acute unresolved issues in Europe. Migrants and refugees have already become an integral part of European society, but quite often this tendency leads to growing tensions and anxiety among the indigenous population. It is ...  Read More

Environmental Law
A legal reflection on the deployment of carbon capture and storage in developing countries through the lens of differentiation under the Paris Agreement

Reza Maddahi

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2021, Pages 96-113

  Some developing countries are keen on using carbon capture and storage for the mitigation of climate change, partly as a result of the climate commitments made by States under the Paris Agreement. One of the main pillars of the Agreement, which determines the climate duties and rights of States, is the ...  Read More