New issue: Questions of International Law (No. 29, 2016)

The latest issue of «Questions of International Law» (No. 29, 2016) is already out. Contents include, among others, the following contributions: 

  • Questioning the development of international law with regard to third-party countermeasures: Lessons from Libya, Syria, Ukraine and beyond: Introduced by Enrico Milano and Paolo Palchetti,
  • Martin Dawidowicz, Third-party countermeasures: A progressive development of international law?,
  • Carlo Focarelli, International Law and Third-Party Countermeasures in the Age of Global Instant Communication,
  • When is a criminal prohibition of genocide denial justified? The Perinçek case and the risk of a double standard: Introduced by Gabriele della Morte,
  • Claudia Morgana Cascione, Genocide denial and freedom of expression in the Perinçek case: A European overruling or a new approach to negationism?,
  • Ariana Macaya: Focus sur Perinçek c. Suisse. La question de la limitation à la liberté d’expression nécessaire dans une société démocratique,
  • The 30 November 2015 attacks and their aftermath: multilevel responses to terrorism: Introduced by Antonello Tancredi and Paolo Palchetti,
  • Jean-Christophe Martin, Les frappes de la France contre l’EIIL en Syrie, à la lumière de la résolution 2249 (2015) du Conseil de sécurité, and
  • Peter Hilpold, The evolving right of counter-terrorism: An analysis of SC resolution 2249 (2015) in view of some basic contributions in International Law literature.

See more here.

Source: QIL-QDI