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Volume 12 presents a symposium entitled After the Empire. International Law and the Post-Soviet Space edited by Lauri Mälksoo and Ineta Ziemele. It contains selected papers presented at the 4th Research Forum of the European Society of International Law that took place in Tallinn, Estonia, on 26-28 May 2011. The general theme of the Forum was formulated widely: “International Law and Power Politics: Great Powers, Peripheries and Claims to Spheres of Influence in International Normative Order”. With 180 participants from different countries the Forum in Tallinn was the biggest event in the field of international law to take place in the Baltic States to date.

The papers selected for this volume build in particular on the idea of a panel that was titled “Russia’s Contemporary Understanding of International Law: Identical to Western Approaches?” The main questions presented within this theme are clear: after the USSR has collapsed in 1991, what is the new Russian concept of international law and human rights? What international legal developments are currently significant in the post-Soviet space?

The following authors have been selected to participate in the symposium: R. Tkatova, S. Marochkin, B.Tuzmukhamedov, L. Aleksidze, M.Sterio, A.Douhan, M. Starita, J. Sweeney, Ch.Cerna, A.Burkov, J.Grigorova, K. Guliyev and A.Marhold.

The Baltic Yearbook of International Law is the first legal journal in the field of international law published under the auspices of the Baltic Editorial Board that attempts to bring to the international debate the issues that are of importance in the Baltic States and provides a forum for the views of, among others, Baltic international law scholars on various topical themes of international law. The first volume appeared in 2001 with the symposium on the question of International Legal States of the Baltic States. The Yearbook contains State practice reports from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania and thus it serves as an important source of information that is not available elsewhere. On several occasions the Yearbook has offered articles discussing the history of international law and current issues in Eastern Europe and the Russian Federation thus making more accessible a regional discourse to a wider audience in the world.
Volume 13 presents articles on different topical issues in international law ranging from on-going challenges that possible new State succession cases, such as Scotland, etc., would continue to pose to a fragile field of regulation to issues of sustainable development and nuclear power, and further developments in the regulation of State immunity.

Among the selected authors, the Yearbook is pleased to continue to introduce new authors from the region.

The Baltic Yearbook of International Law is the first legal journal in the field of international law published under the auspices of the Baltic Editorial Board that attempts to bring to the international debate the issues that are of importance in the Baltic States and provides a forum for the views of, among others, Baltic international scholars on various topical themes of international law. The first volume appeared in 2001 with the symposium on the question of International Legal Status of the Baltic States. The Yearbook contains State practice reports from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania and thus serves as an important source of information that is not available elsewhere. On several occasions the Yearbook has offered articles discussing the history of international law and current issues in Eastern Europe and the Russian Federation, thus making more accessible a regional discourse to a wider audience in the world.
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.
This volume of the Baltic Yearbook of International Law contains materials from a symposium that the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defense Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) and the Faculty of Law of the University of Tartu held at the University of Tartu History Museum on 17–18 February 2014.

Among the selected authors, the Yearbook is pleased to continue to introduce new authors from the region.

The Baltic Yearbook of International Law is the first legal journal in the field of international law published under the auspices of the Baltic Editorial Board that attempts to bring to the international debate the issues that are of importance in the Baltic States and provides a forum for the views of, among others, Baltic international scholars on various topical themes of international law. The first volume appeared in 2001 with the symposium on the question of International Legal Status of the Baltic States. The Yearbook contains State practice reports from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania and thus serves as an important source of information that is not available elsewhere. On several occasions the Yearbook has offered articles discussing the history of international law and current issues in Eastern Europe and the Russian Federation, thus making more accessible a regional discourse to a wider audience in the world.
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 or interest to the Baltic region.
Volume 11 of the Baltic Yearbook of International Law is the first volume devoted exclusively to one of the Baltic national schools of international law. Its theme is the Lithuanian school of international law and its traditions and modern developments. It is not often that contributions to the development and thought in international law from small States and academic communities achieve wider audiences or have larger influence. The Baltic Yearbook continues to serve as a forum for providing insights into international law scholarly debates and practices in the region. Like all the previous volumes, current volume contains extensive reports on practices of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in international law. The Yearbook thereby aims to contribute to the development of thought and relevant practices in the world.