The Italian Yearbook of International Law

Riccardo Pavoni
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Founded in 1975, The Italian Yearbook of International Law aims to disseminate Italian scholarship and practice in the field of international law among non-Italian speaking scholars and practitioners. It features:
(i) original, peer-reviewed contributions on a wide range of topical issues;
(ii) detailed reports on Italian case law, diplomatic and parliamentary practice, legislation and treaty practice; and
(iii) a systematic bibliographical index of Italian literature in the field of international law.
The Yearbook also includes a number of reports on the practice of the main international courts and tribunals and extended book reviews.

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Pia Acconci, University of Teramo
Giuseppe Cataldi, University of Napoli "L'Orientale"
Francesco Francioni, European University Institute, Florence
Pietro Gargiulo, University of Teramo
Marco Gestri (Book Review Editor), University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Massimo Iovane, University of Napoli “Federico II”
Marina Mancini, Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria
Giuseppe Nesi, University of Trento
Riccardo Pavoni, (General Editor), University of Siena
Natalino Ronzitti, LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome
Giorgio Sacerdoti, Bocconi University, Milan
Nigel White, University of Nottingham

Daniele Amoroso (Associate Editor), University of Cagliari

Giulio Bartolini, University of Roma Tre
Leonardo Borlini, Bocconi Universuty, Milan
Andrea Caligiuri, University of Macerata
Alessandro Chechi, University of Geneva
Serena Forlati, University of Ferrara
Federico Lenzerini, University of Siena
Raffaella Nigro, Magna Graecia University of Catanzaro
Marco Pertile, University of Trento
Pierfrancesco Rossi, University of Teramo
Elena Sciso, LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome
Paolo Turrini, University of Trento
Valentina Vadi, University of Firenze
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