Table of contents of the issue 2/2019, May-August
Money for Nothing, Push-back 'for Free': On the (Missed) Implementation of the CEAS and the New Italian Agenda for Asylum Seekers Reception
The US Supreme Court Decision in "Jam v. International Finance Corporation" (edited by Annamaria Viterbo and Andrea Spagnolo)
Unpacking the "Jam v. IFC" Decision
The International Law Significance of "Jam v. IFC": Some Implications for the Immunity of International Organizations
Of Immunity and Accountability of International Organizations: A Contextual Reading of "Jam v. IFC"
Il caso della "Sea-Watch 3" tra obblighi di diritto del mare, diritti umani e tutela dell'infanzia
The Reform of the International Response Action to Global Health Emergencies in the Aftermath of the Ebola Case: "Quo Vadis"?
Problems and Perspectives of a Global Pact for the Environment
Sustainable Fishing, European Union and Morocco: The Judgment of the Court of Justice and the Consequences for the Sahrawi People and its Self-determination
Presumption of innocence and Right to an Effective Remedy: Some Brief (But Far-reaching) Remarks on the "Maslarova" and "Lolov" Cases
The First (Tepid) ECtHR's Advisory Opinion: Many Questions on Surrogacy Remain Open
"Du Côté de Chez Aranyosi", or Again on How the European Court of Justice Clarified Some Issues Related to the Application of the "Aranyosi" and "Căldăraru" Test
International Criminal Court and the Identification of the Rule Concerning the Prohibition of Amnesty for Perpetrators of Crimes Against Humanity
The Revival of the International Case-law on the Crime of Genocide in the Case "Drėlingas" Before the ECtHR
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