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The Irish Yearbook of International Law, Volume 9, 2014

Editor(s): Fiona de Londras, Siobhán Mullally
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Published: 09-02-2017
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Edition: 1st
Extent: 320
ISBN: 9781509909209
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Irish Yearbook of International Law
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About The Irish Yearbook of International Law, Volume 9, 2014

The Irish Yearbook of International Law (IYIL) 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 thinking 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, Ireland and the Law of the Sea 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.

Publication of The Irish Yearbook of International Law makes Irish practice and opinio juris more readily available to governments, academics and international bodies when determining the content of international law. In providing a forum for the documentation and analysis of North-South relations the Yearbook also makes an important contribution to post-conflict and transitional justice studies internationally.

As a matter of editorial policy, the Yearbook seeks to promote a multilateral approach to international affairs, reflecting and reinforcing Ireland's long-standing commitment to multilateralism as a core element of foreign policy.

The ninth volume of The Irish Yearbook of International Law engages with contemporary issues in international law, raising questions both as to the conceptual underpinnings of international law in relation to the Responsibility to Protect doctrine, and state practice in fields such as Law of the Sea and belligerent occupation, prosecution of war crimes in domestic courts, and the evolving field of international disability law.

Table Of Contents

Articles
'To Unite Our Strength to Maintain International Peace and Security':
The International Response to the Syrian Civil War & the Global Discourse on State Sovereignty
Seán Butler
The Right to Inclusive Education: Article 24 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the Irish Experience
Andrea Broderick
Accountability for Violations of International Humanitarian Law in Domestic Courts: Can War Crimes be Prosecuted in Ireland?
Amina Adanan

Notes and Comments
Occupying the Continental Shelf?-A Note Considering the Status of the Continental Shelf Delimitation Agreement Concluded between Turkey and the TRNC during the Belligerent Occupation of Northern Cyprus
Susan Power

Correspondent Reports
Ireland and International Law 2014
Dug Cubie
Human Rights in Ireland 2014
Fiona O'Regan
Human Rights in Northern Ireland 2014
Brice Dickson
Ireland and the European Union-2014
Roderic O'Gorman
Irish State Practice on the Law of the Sea 2014
Ronán Long

Documents
Universal Periodic Review, Ireland: National Interim Report, March 2014

Treaty Series 2014 N°1, Agreement between the Government of Ireland and the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland establishing a Single Maritime Boundary between
the Exclusive Economic Zones of the two countries and parts of their Continental Shelves. Done at Dublin on 28 March 2013, Notifications of Acceptance exchanged at London on 31 March 2014, Entered into force on 31 March 2014

Statement by H.E. Mr. David Donoghue, Permanent Representative at the UN Security Council Open Debate: Women, Peace and Security -Sexual Violence in Conflict, New York, 25 April 2014

Guidelines Relating to the Employment of Private Domestic Employees by Accredited Members of the Mission

Statement by the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade of Ireland, Mr. Charlie Flanagan, T.D. to UNGA 69,
New York, 29 September 2014

Statement by Mr. James Kingston, Legal Adviser, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade at the Sixth Committee United Nations General Assembly 69th Session, New York, 31 October 2014

Statement by H.E. Mr. David Donoghue, Permanent Representative at the UN Security Council Open Debate on Women, Peace and Security, New York, 28 October 2014

Statement by Mr. Tim Mawe, Deputy Permanent Representative at the UN Security Council Open Debate on Working Methods, New York, 23 October 2014

Statement by Mr James Kingston, Legal Adviser, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade at the Sixth Committee, United Nations General Assembly 69th Session, New York, 27 October 2014

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