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Table of Contents number 1, 2019, January-April

  • ISBN: 978-88-15-28126-5
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    • Studi

    • Massimo Starita
    • The Duty to Rescue at Sea and the Shipmaster's "Right to Obey" (International) "Law"

    • pp. 5-48, DOI: 10.12829/93310
    • 'Il diritto di essere cittadini del Paese in cui si è nati': riflessioni interdisciplinari sulla (perdurante) necessità della riforma della legge italiana sulla cittadinanza Citizenship (a cura di / edited by Pietro Gargiulo)

    • Gianluca Bascherini
    • Citizenship, "Ius Sanguinis" and "Ius Soli": A Brief Comparative Overview of Historical Developments in Italy

    • pp. 53-68, DOI: 10.12829/93312
    • Pietro Franzina
    • Blood, Soil and Culture: Variations on the Idea of Belonging in Private International Law

    • pp. 85-98, DOI: 10.12829/93314
    • Interventi

    • Stefan Talmon
    • The Procedural Obligation Under Article 2 ECHR to Investigate and Cooperate with Investigations of Unlawful Killings in a Cross-border Context

    • pp. 99-132, DOI: 10.12829/93315
    • Simone Carrea
    • The ECHR in the Cyberspace: Does the Power to Infringe Always Entail the Duty to Protect?

    • pp. 133-154, DOI: 10.12829/93316
    • Deborah Russo
    • The Human Rights Treaties in the Italian Legal Order after the Judgements n. 120 and 194 of 2018 of the Constitutional Court

    • pp. 155-174, DOI: 10.12829/93317
    • Maria Ferrara
    • The European Court of Justice and the 'Strange Case' of the Yogyakarta Principles

    • pp. 175-196, DOI: 10.12829/93318
    • Osservatorio

    • Elena Corcione
    • Human Rights and Climate Change: A Judicial Definition of the Standard of Conduct

    • pp. 197-204, DOI: 10.12829/93319
    • Ludovica Poli
    • The "Cappato" Case and the Need for Protection of the Dignity in Dying

    • pp. 205-215, DOI: 10.12829/93320
    • Laura Salvadego
    • Right of Access to Justice, Judicial Policy Considerations and the Failure to Execute the Pilot Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights: the "Burmych" Case

    • pp. 216-225, DOI: 10.12829/93321