German Yearbook of International Law: Vol. 56 (2013)
Kerstin Odendahl (Hrsg.), Nele Matz-Lück (Hrsg.) Arnauld, Andreas von (Hrsg.)
Vol. 56 (2013) of the German Yearbook of International Law deals with the current state of International Energy Law. It explores problems regarding the installation of both pipelines and power cables, examines the international investment protection regimes as well as the current treaty system for energy. Finally, the Focus Section includes studies on nuclear and renewable energy respectively and the situation of indigenous peoples vis-à-vis energy exploitation.[more]
Our Forum Section sheds light from two sides on the conflicts in the South China Sea, exploring different approaches and searching for possible solutions.
General Articles tackle diverse issues from the legal language regarding jus cogens, the difficult relation between absolute rights and proportionality, to the rights of seaborne migrants and the application of the non-refoulementprinciple at sea as well as difficulties arising when returning ‘politically exposed persons’ illicit assets from Switzerland.