Baltic Yearbook of International Law, Volume 10 (2010)


The Baltic Yearbook of International Law is an annual publication containing contributions on topical issues in international law and related fields that are relevant to Baltic affairs and beyond. In addition to articles on different aspects of international law, each Yearbook focuses on a theme with particular importance to the development of international law. The Baltic Yearbook of International Law aims to contribute to the development of thought, standard-setting and relevant practices in the world.

Volume 10 of The Baltic Yearbook of International Law is not devoted to any particular theme. The selected articles for the publication in this volume continue to address issues and events that for historical and political reasons are of special interest for the Baltic region.

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Editorial Note; General Articles:
Tanel Kerikmäe, Katrin Nyman-Metcalf, and Mari-Liis Põder The August 2008 Russian-Georgian War: Issues of International Law;
Dovydas Špokauskas Suspension of the Operation of an International Treaty: Analysis of the Decision by the Russian Federation to Suspend the Implementation of Its Obligations under the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe;
Arnis Lauva Why Soldiers Have to Perform Combat Tasks: Latvian Perspective;
Jo Stigen The Right or Non-Right of States to Prosecute Core International Crimes under the Title of “Universal Jurisdiction”;
Carl Lebeck Consensus not Constitutionalism: Fundamental Rights in EU law after Kadi;
Christoph Schewe Legal Aspects of the Baltic Sea Strategy – International Law in a European Macro-Region;

Materials on International Law 2009:
René Värk (ed.):: Estonia;
Ieva Miļūna (ed.): Republic of Latvia;
Andrius Mamontovas and Saulius Katuoka (eds.): Republic of Lithuania;
List of Contributors; Information for Authors.
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