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Title Judicial application of international law in Southeast Europe / Siniša Rodin, Tamara Perišin, editors
Published Heidelberg : Springer, 2015
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Contents Part I Introduction: Siniša Rodin and Tamara Perišin, Application of International Law as a Litmus Test for the Application of EU Law in Southeast Europe -- Part II Judicial Application of Specialised Fields of International Law in Southeast Europe: Mislav Mataija, The Unfulfilled Potential of Stabilisation and Association Agreements before Southeast Europe Courts -- Tamara Perišin, Judicial Application of WTO Law in Southeast Europe -- Lana Ofak, Application of the Aarhus Convention in Southeast Europe -- Part III National Reports on the Judicial Application of International Law: Sanja Bogojević, 'Europeanisation' of the Judiciary in Southeast Europe -- Gentian Zyberi and Semir Sali, The Place and Application of International Law in the Albanian Legal System -- Zlatan Meškić and Darko Samardžić, Application of International and EU Law in Bosnia and Herzegovina -- Ivana Božac and Melita Carević, Judicial Application of International and EU Law in Croatia -- Kushtrim Istrefi and Visar Morina, Judicial Application of International Law in Kosovo -- Marija Risteska and Kristina Miševa, Application of International Law in Macedonia -- Dušan S Rakitić, Judicial Application of International Law in Montenegro -- Mirjana Drenovak Ivanović and Maja Lukić, Judicial Application of International Law in Serbia -- Janja Hojnik, Judicial Application of International and EU Law in Slovenia -- Part IV Conclusions: Steven Blockmans, Judicial Application of International and European Law in Southeast Europe
Summary This edited volume presents comparative research on how the courts in Southeast Europe apply international law. After the introductory Part I, Part II discusses specific areas of international law, notably the law of Association Agreements between the EU and third countries, the law of the World Trade Organization, and international environmental law (the Aarhus Convention). Part III consists of country reports on how national courts in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia are currently applying international law
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed April 30, 2015)
Subject International law -- Balkan Peninsula -- Interpretation and construction.
Judicial discretion.
Form Electronic book
Author Perišin, Tamara, editor
Rodin, Siniša, editor
ISBN 3662463830
3662463849 (electronic bk.)
9783662463833
9783662463840 (electronic bk.)