Table of contents of the issue 2/2014, May-August
Crisi economico-finanziarie e tutela dei diritti umani/Economic-financial Crisis and Human Rights (a cura di/edited by Nicola Napoletano)
Macroeconomic and Structural Adjustment and Human Rights Protection: A Fictional Clash for International Financial Institutions?
Mechanisms for Sovereign Debt Resolution: How to Find a Fair Balance Between Public and Private Interests
Reduction of Available Resources and Lessened Protection of Social Rights: The Safeguard of the Minimum Core as a Limit for the Adoption of Retrogressive Measures
Extension and Limits of the Economic and Social Dimension of the European Convention on Human Rights in Times of Economic and Financial Crisis
The Protection of the Right to Food in Times of Financial Crisis: Some Remarks
Removal from the List of Alleged Terrorists and Continuing Interest in Securing the Annulment of Acts Imposing Restrictive Measures: The "Abdulrahim" Case Before the European Court of Justice
Does the Russia's Armed Intervention in Crimea Represent a Breach of the Prohibition of the Use of Force, an Aggression or an Armed Attack?
The Crisis in Crimea, Referenda and the Self-determination of Peoples
Reactions to the 'Takeover' of Crimea from Ukraine. Which International Law Guarantees Against Serious Wrongful Acts Attributed to the Greatest World Powers?
The New Fisheries Protocol Between the EU and Morocco and the Rights of the Sahrawi People Over Natural Resources
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