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The Irish Yearbook of International Law, Volume 13, 2018

Editor(s): Siobhán Mullally, Fiona de Londras
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Published: 16-04-2020
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Edition: 1st
Extent: 264
ISBN: 9781509936731
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Irish Yearbook of International Law
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About The Irish Yearbook of International Law, Volume 13, 2018

The Irish Yearbook of International Law supports research into Ireland's practice in international affairs and foreign policy, filling a gap in existing legal scholarship and assisting in the dissemination of Irish policy and practice on matters of international law. On an annual basis, the Yearbook presents peer-reviewed academic articles and book reviews on general issues of international law. Designated correspondents provide reports on international law developments in Ireland, Irish practice in international bodies, and the law of the European Union as relevant to developments in Ireland. In addition, the Yearbook reproduces key documents that reflect Irish practice on contemporary issues of international law.

This volume of the Yearbook includes a symposium on law and peacekeeping, and an article on the rights of migrants and refugees under the ECHR from Judge Paulo Pinto de Albuquerque.

Table Of Contents

Fiona de Londras and Siobhán Mullally
The Rights of Migrants and Refugees under the European Convention on Human Rights: Where are we now?
Judge Paulo Pinto de Albuquerque

Symposium Issue on Law and Peacekeeping
Guest Editor: Ray Murphy
Gender Planning for Peace and Security: Re-orienting National Action Plans
Aisling Swaine
EU Navfor Med Operation Sophia – An impossible challenge?
Patrick Burke
Arise, Sleeping Beauty: What PESCO means for Ireland
Pearce Clancy
The Human Rights jurisdictional reach: A new entry point in Peace Operations – An operational perspective
Richard Brennan

Correspondent Reports
Human Rights in Ireland 2018
Sandra Duffy
Ireland and International Law 2018
Dug Cubie
Ireland and the European Union 2018
Adam P. McCann
Human Rights in Northern Ireland 2018
Esther McGuinness

Book Review
John Stanley, Immigration and Citizenship Law (Dublin: Round hall – Thomson Reuters, 2017)
Jessica Brennan

17 May 2018 Security Council open debate on 'Upholding International Law within the context of the maintenance of international peace and security': Statement by Ireland
17 May 2018 Statement by Minister of State Cannon T.D. on the 'Hooded Men' case
17 May 2018 Minister of State Cannon T.D. speech on the Council of Europe's response to current and potential challenges
29 May 2018 The Government's role in and cooperation with Stormont House Agreement Institutions and legacy inquests
13 September 2018 Speech by Minister Denis Naughten T.D. “The Investor Agenda: Accelerating Action for a Low-Carbon World” Global Climate Action Summit, San Francisco
29 September 2018 Speech by Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs & Trade Simon Coveney T.D. to the General Assembly of the United Nations, New York
23 October 2018 Statement to Sixth Committee, UNGA 73, on Part 1 of the ILC Report relating to the Commemoration of the ILC's 70th Anniversary, Subsequent agreements and subsequent practice, Identification of customary international law and Other decisions and conclusions of the Commission
26 October 2018 Statement to Sixth Committee, UNGA 73, on Part 2 of the ILC Report relating to Provisional application of treaties
31 October 2018 Statement to Sixth Committee, UNGA 73, 31 October 2018 on Part 3 of the ILC Report relating to Immunity of State officials from foreign criminal jurisdiction
21 November 2018 Statement by Tánaiste at Dáil Debate on Brexit Withdrawal Agreement-Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

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