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Baltic Yearbook of International Law: V. 1

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ISBN13: 9789041117366
ISBN: 9041117369
Published: January 2002
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Hardback
Price: £274.00



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With this first volume, the ""Baltic Yearbook of International Law"" joins the family of legal publications. The idea was born primarily in the Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Indeed, international and domestic events and other developments surrounding the Baltic States throughout their history have made a considerable impact on discussions and on the evolution of international law and international politics. Despite a clear Baltic ownership, the aim of this yearbook is to become a forum for debate on topical questions in international law and related fields and thus to contribute to the development of thought, standard-setting and relevant practices in the world.;The ""Baltic Yearbook of International Law"" is an annual publication containing studies that are relevant to Baltic affairs and beyond. It should serve as an important source of information not available elsewhere on practices of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in the area of foreign relations.

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Contents:
Endorsement by the President of the Republic of Estonia; L. Meri. Endorsement by the President of the Republic of Latvia; V. Vike-Freiberga. Preface; J. Crawford. Editorial Note; I. Ziemele. Special Theme: International Legal Status of the Baltic States. Legal Issues on the Continuity of the Republic of Lithuania; D. Zalimas. United States Practice Relating to the Baltic States, 1940-2000; T.D. Grant. The Practice of France with Respect to the Baltic States; R. Satkauskas. Legal Consequences of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact for the Baltic States on the Obligation to `Overcome the Problems Inherited from the Past'; D.A. Loeber. General Articles. The Admission to the United Nations of the Ex-Soviet and Ex-Yugoslav States; R. O'Keefe. Is the Distinction between State Continuity and State Succession Reality or Fiction? The Russian Federation, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Germany; I. Ziemele. Elements of Practices of the Baltic States in International Law 1990-2000. Editorial Note; I. Ziemele. Estonia. Restoration of the Effect of Estonian International Treaties. Latvia. The Claim for Independence; I. Jakobsone. Decisions of Domestic Courts: Judgment of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Latvia Concerning Genocide. Lithuania. Constitutional and International Documents Concerning the International Legal Status of Lithuania. S.Jakstonyte Book Reviews. May Fourth: A Collection of Articles, Memoirs and Documents Concerning the Declaration of Independence (Eduards Bruno Desknis); T. Jundzis. The Baltic States at Historical Crossroads (Viesturs Pauls Karnups); T. Jundzis. List of Contributors. Information for Authors.