European Law
The Impact of Covid-19 on the Digitalization of Justice in the European Union

Kristina Gogić

Volume 3, Issue 6 , October 2022, Pages 1-11

  The digitalization of justice and digitalization, in general, is a priority of the European Union (EU) for the digital age. When the pandemic of coronavirus started, the cross-border court procedures were in paper format and hearings were held in person. COVID-19 brought changes faster because it wasn't ...  Read More

Environmental Law
The Disastrous Effects of Deforestation and Forest Degradation in the Climate Vulnerability Era

Alois Aldridge Mugadza

Volume 3, Issue 6 , October 2022, Pages 12-40

  Deforestation and forest degradation have many disastrous effects which threatened human life and other species. The main effects of deforestation and forest degradation are desertification, biodiversity loss and climate change. However, the Bonn Challenge if fully realized can reduce some of these effects ...  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

Trade and Development Law
Declassified Archives Show Multi-Level Collusion over Bahrain’s Sovereignty

Hamid Gharavi

Volume 3, Issue 6 , October 2022, Pages 58-79

  When Britain announced in 1968 its withdrawal from the Persian Gulf, Iran reiterated its historical claim to sovereignty over the territory of Bahrain. This article contains the first ever analyses of thousand pages of declassified secret UK archives from 1968-71 and how the UK, the Shah of Iran and ...  Read More

Human Rights
Des Limitations au Pouvoir Congolais de Révision Constitutionnelle : Données, Controverses et Perspectives

Fiston Le Bref Kalombo Kandu Mwabilay

Volume 3, Issue 6 , October 2022, Pages 80-108

  L’esquisse de la problématique des limites au pouvoir congolais de révision constitutionnelle communément appelées « dispositions intangibles » ou « clauses pétrifiées » - “ cláusulas pétrias ...  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

Environmental Law
Governance and Environmental Regulation in Light of Crowdsourcing

Shadi Ghasemi; Sobhan Tayebi

Volume 3, Issue 6 , October 2022, Pages 117-125

  Today's generation of biosphere know it well that the requirement of life and existence is nothing but an inalienable protection of the inhabited planet and its environment that to maintain it extra efforts must be made. Although, states, through the governance and simple roles in the international arena, ...  Read More