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Table of Contents number 3, 2015, September-December

  • ISBN: 978-88-15-25542-6
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    • Studi

    • Cesare Pitea
    • Counter-Piracy Operations and the European Convention on Human Rights: Issues of Attribution and Extra-territorial Application

    • pp. 489-518, DOI: 10.12829/81874
    • Laura Magi
    • Conflicting Obligations Arising from the ECHR and the UN Charter: Some Reflections on the ECtHR Case-law

    • pp. 519-546, DOI: 10.12829/81875
    • La nozione di genocidio tra storia e diritto: un problema ancora aperto / The Notion of Genocide Between History and Law: An Open Question (a cura di/edited by Micaela Frulli e Fulvio Maria Palombino)

    • Chantal Meloni
    • Conundrums of the Responsibility for Genocide in International Criminal Law: Between Collective Dimension and Individual Attribution, International Norm and Domestic Implementation

    • pp. 589-609, DOI: 10.12829/81879
    • Il caso

    • Vladimiro Zagrebelsky
    • "Parrillo v. Italy". The Cryopreserved Embryos' Destiny Between the European Court of Human Rights and the Italian Constitution

    • pp. 609-616, DOI: 10.12829/81880
    • Barbara Randazzo
    • Subsidiarity of Conventional Defense and Attempts of Dialogue Among the Courts. "Parrillo v. Italy": New Developments on "Accessibility" of the Constitutional Review After the 'Twin Judgments' (and the Judgement n. 49 of 2015)

    • pp. 617-624, DOI: 10.12829/81881
    • Angelo Schillaci
    • «Enjoy liberty as we learn its meaning». Liberty, Equality and Equal Dignity in "Obergefell v. Hodges"

    • pp. 639-654, DOI: 10.12829/81883
    • Interventi

    • Eduardo Savarese
    • On the Border of the Case Oliari: That Is How the Italian Limbo Has Violated the Positive Obligations Under ECHR Art. 8

    • pp. 655-672, DOI: 10.12829/81884
    • Osservatorio

    • Marco Fasciglione
    • Towards a Human Rights Treaty on Transnational Corporations and Other Business Enterprises: The First Session of the UN Open-ended Intergovernmental Working Group

    • pp. 673-681, DOI: 10.12829/81885
    • Raffaella Nigro
    • The Internet Service Provider's Liability and the European Convention on Human Rights: The "Delfi AS" Case

    • pp. 681-689, DOI: 10.12829/81886
    • Andrea Spagnolo
    • Attribution of Conduct and Jurisdiction in Cases of Widespread Fundamental Rights Violations: On Some Recent Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights

    • pp. 690-696, DOI: 10.12829/81887
    • Giulia Borgna
    • The Armenian Genocide Is (Not) Final. The Grand Chamber of the European Court Puts a Stop to Criminalization of Genocide Denial

    • pp. 697-704, DOI: 10.12829/81888
    • Andrea Caligiuri
    • The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada and the Rediscovery of the Concept of 'Cultural Genocide'

    • pp. 705-710, DOI: 10.12829/81889
    • Stefano Montaldo
    • The Compatibility with EU Law of Integration Tests for Regular Migrants: The Decision of the Court of Justice in the case "P. and S."

    • pp. 711-717, DOI: 10.12829/81890