Table of contents of the issue 3/2015, September-December
Conflicting Obligations Arising from the ECHR and the UN Charter: Some Reflections on the ECtHR Case-law
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)
How the Convention on Genocide Was Achieved
The Legal Regime of State Responsibility for Genocide and Its Quest for Autonomy
Conundrums of the Responsibility for Genocide in International Criminal Law: Between Collective Dimension and Individual Attribution, International Norm and Domestic Implementation
"Parrillo v. Italy". The Cryopreserved Embryos' Destiny Between the European Court of Human Rights and the Italian Constitution
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)
United States Supreme Court Decision on Same-sex Marriage in the Perspective of International Law
«Enjoy liberty as we learn its meaning». Liberty, Equality and Equal Dignity in "Obergefell v. Hodges"
On the Border of the Case Oliari: That Is How the Italian Limbo Has Violated the Positive Obligations Under ECHR Art. 8
Towards a Human Rights Treaty on Transnational Corporations and Other Business Enterprises: The First Session of the UN Open-ended Intergovernmental Working Group
The Internet Service Provider's Liability and the European Convention on Human Rights: The "Delfi AS" Case
Attribution of Conduct and Jurisdiction in Cases of Widespread Fundamental Rights Violations: On Some Recent Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights
The Armenian Genocide Is (Not) Final. The Grand Chamber of the European Court Puts a Stop to Criminalization of Genocide Denial
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada and the Rediscovery of the Concept of 'Cultural Genocide'
The Compatibility with EU Law of Integration Tests for Regular Migrants: The Decision of the Court of Justice in the case "P. and S."
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