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The Uppsala Yearbook of East European Law 2005 isbn 9781898029892

The Uppsala Yearbook of East European Law 2004

Edited by: Kaj Hober

ISBN13: 9781898029809
ISBN: 1898029806
New Edition ISBN: 9781898029892
Previous Edition ISBN: 1898029679
Published: November 2005
Publisher: Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £95.00



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The 2004 Yearbook is concerned with the legal systems of all the former planned economies in the former Soviet Union, Central and Eastern Europe, collectively referrred to as eastern Europe. It strives to be a publication for practicing lawyers both in the private and public sectors.

Subjects:
Other Jurisdictions , EU Law, Wildy, Simmonds and Hill, Russian Federation
Contents:
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE UPPSALA SYMPOSIUM ON 5-6 DECEMBER 2003: THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE RUSSIAN CONSTITUTION

Anders Fogelklou and Anna Jonsson: The tenth anniversary of the Russian Constitution of 1993: An appraisal
Boris A. Strashun: Implementing the Constitution of the Russian Federation
Anders Fogelklou: The Russian Constitutional Court as a Constitutional Actor
Grazyna Skapska: From Stalinist to Liberal-Democratic Constitutionalism: On Constitutional Semantics of New Democracies in East Central Europe, and Actual Challenges to Post-communist Constitutions
Anatoly Kovler: The European Convention on Human Rights and its impact on the legal order in Russia
Bill Bowring: Russia in a Common European Legal Space
Kaj Hobér: Is Impeachment an Efficient Control Mechanism? The Case of Yeltsin’s Impeachment
Articles
Norbert Reich: The European Constitution and New Member Countries: The Constitutional Relevance of Free Movement and Citizenship
Dietrich Rauschning: Reforms in Legal Education at the Law Faculty of Kaliningrad State University within the Framework of the EuroFaculty
Hans J. Wildberg: Reforming Legal Education in the Baltic States: EuroFaculty Law Programme 1993–2005
Notes and Comments
Alexander Vereshchagin: Judicial Review of Legislation in Russia: New Developments and Unresolved Difficulties;
Vaidotas A. Vaičaitis: Impeachment of the President of the Lithuanian Republic: The Procedure and its Peculiarities
BOOK REVIEWS
Långström, Tarja: Transformation in Russia and International Law and Hønneland, Geir. Russian Fisheries Management: The Precautionary Approach in Theory and Practice (W.E. Butler)
Ilias Bantekas, John Paterson & Maidan Suleimenov: Oil and Gas Law in Kazakhstan: National and International Perspectives (Peter B. Maggs)
A. A. Kovalev: Contemporary Issues of the Law of the Sea: Modern Russian Approaches (Said Mahmoudi)
DOCUMENTS
1. The Constitution of the Russian Federation
2. Documents relating to the impeachment of President Yeltsin
3. The Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania