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Table of Contents number 3, 2013, September-December

  • ISBN: 978-88-15-24553-3
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    • Studi

    • Lorenzo Gradoni
    • Telling "Kadi's" Story after "Kadi II": Why the Court of Justice of the European Union Does not Back Down from Protecting Human Rights in the Fight Against Terrorism

    • pp. 587-614, DOI: 10.12829/75251
    • Christian Ponti
    • Arms Transfer, Human Rights and Humanitarian Law. Some Remarks after the Adoption of the Arms Trade Treaty

    • pp. 643-668, DOI: 10.12829/75253
    • Il caso

    • Enrico Grosso
    • Reforming Electoral Law by a Judicial Review? An Undue Call for Help to Constitutional Court, Facing the Umpteenth Defeat of Politics

    • pp. 669-688, DOI: 10.12829/75254
    • Massimo Starita
    • The European Convention on Human Rights and the Issue of Constitutionality of the Italian Electoral Law

    • pp. 689-704, DOI: 10.12829/75255
    • Interventi

    • Giulia Borgna
    • The Prevention Mechanism under the Optional Protocol to the UN Convention Against Torture: Missing Tile or Redundant Duplication?

    • pp. 705-726, DOI: 10.12829/75256
    • Michele Nino
    • The Datagate Case: Issues of Compliance of PRISM Surveillance Program with the European Norms Concerning the Protection of Personal Data and Privacy

    • pp. 727-746, DOI: 10.12829/75257
    • Osservatorio

    • Marco Citelli
    • Forests and Economic Development, Between Non Cash Values and Market-Based Instruments: The Proceedings of the Tenth United Nations Forum on Forests

    • pp. 747-753, DOI: 10.12829/75258
    • Concetta Maria Pontecorvo
    • Towards a Legally Binding Instrument on Forests in Europe: The 'Draft Negotiating Text' and the Attitude of Non-Governmental Organisations

    • pp. 754-760, DOI: 10.12829/75259
    • Maria Luisa Padelletti
    • The Protocol No. 15 to the European Convention of Human Rights: What Future for Individual Complaints Before the European Court of Human Rights?

    • pp. 761-767, DOI: 10.12829/75799
    • Giuliana Quattrocchi
    • Extraterritorial Application of the European Convention of Human Rights in the Case of "Catan and Others v. Moldova and Russia"

    • pp. 769-773, DOI: 10.12829/75260
    • Marianna Pace
    • The Right to Education in the Recent Report of the Special Rapporteur of the Human Rights Council: Lights and Shades

    • pp. 774-779, DOI: 10.12829/75261
    • Emma Luce Scali
    • International Legal Personality of Multinational Enterprises and Violations of International Humanitarian Law in Israeli Settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territory

    • pp. 780-786, DOI: 10.12829/75262
    • Federica Favuzza
    • The Implications of the Israeli Settlements on the Rights of the Palestinian People Throughout the Occupied Palestinian Territory: A Comment on the Report of the Human Rights Council Fact-finding Mission

    • pp. 799-805, DOI: 10.12829/75265
    • Andrea Spagnolo
    • Immunity of United Nations in Case of Human Rights Violations Committed During Peacekeeping Operations and Remedies Available for the Victims

    • pp. 806-812, DOI: 10.12829/75266
    • Stefano Montaldo
    • The Balance Between Public Security Concerns and Individual Procedural Rights: Convergences and Divergences Amongst Luxemburg and Strasbourg

    • pp. 813-820, DOI: 10.12829/75267