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The Approach Of International Criminal Tribunals For Former Yugoslavia And Rwanda To The principle of Legal security.

vahid salehi; Mohammad Hashemi; S.Ghasem Zamani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 19 February 2023


  The principle of the legal security is one of the important principles of the public law and the criteria of the rule of law.This principle which has been introduced from domestic law into international law is contains a range of guarantees and protections related to the right of fundamental human freedoms.Following ...  Read More

“Legitimate Expectation” in the World Trade Organization

S.Ghasem Zamani; hoda Shakib manesh

Volume 21, Issue 64 , May 2020, , Pages 9-32


  Legitimate expectations protect the negotiated tariff concessions from being adversely modified. The principle of legitimate expectations considered as a ‘well-established’ principle specific to WTO is implicitly stated in Article III of General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT). It is ...  Read More

The Obstacles to Establish the Desired Satellite Television Model in Iranian Legal System

S.Ghasem Zamani; behnaz ahmadvand

Volume 20, Issue 61 , July 2019, , Pages 9-39


  Incredible development in communications, especially in the last two decades, has changed the entire worlds communications system. The main accessibility to new information system by advanced technology and huge investments in this field shows a new description of power and its balance in the present ...  Read More

Principle of proportionality and non-international armed conflicts

Valiollah Noori; Seyed Ghasem Zamani

Volume 19, Issue 58 , June 2018, , Pages 9-27


  In the past, most armed conflicts were international, but today armed conflicts often are non-international and internal conflicts. However most of international armed conflicts rules are about international armed conflicts and some of them regulate non-international conflicts. Applicability of some ...  Read More

Margin of Appreciation in Religious Freedom in Light of the Jurisprudence of European Court of Human Rights

seyed ghasem zamani

Volume 19, Issue 55 , September 2017, , Pages 61-82


  Religious freedom is one of the most fundamental human rights which has been embodied and recognized in essential universal and regional human rights instruments, including universal declaration on human rights, international convent on civil and political rights, European convention on human rights, ...  Read More

Convergence and divergence of Individual criminal responsibility and international responsibility of States for wrongful acts: Taking a Look at Iran- Iraq War Case (1980)

S.Ghasem Zamani

Volume 18, Issue 51 , October 2016, , Pages 9-29


  Convergence and divergence of Individual criminal responsibility and international responsibility of States for wrongful acts:Taking a Look at Iran- Iraq War Case (1980)Abstract:On September 22, 1980, Iraq launched an invasion against Iran. The Iraqi army, trained and influenced by Soviet advisors, had ...  Read More

The Role of European Court of Justice in the Development of EU Legal Integration

Rahmatollah Farokhi; Mohammad Hossein Ramazani Ghavam Abadi; Seyd Ghasem Zamani

Volume 17, Issue 49 , March 2016, , Pages 57-83


  European Court of Justice (ECJ) is the judicial body of the European Union (EU). Since its founding in 1952, ECJ has always played a prominent role in the development of the EU law. What has been studied in this article is the role of ECJ in transition of the EU law from duality (between national law ...  Read More

The Right to Remedial Secession in the light of National and Regional Judicial Decisions

seyd ghasem Zamani; Ali Navari

Volume 16, Issue 46 , September 2015, , Pages 9-37

  The overwhelming view concerning the unilateral secession under contemporary international law is that, in international law, there is no rule in regard to secession. some international lawyers concentrate upon the principle of respect to territorial integrity of independence and sovereign states and ...  Read More

Attribution of Private-Persons’ Wrongful Acts to a State: Standard of Control in Jurisprudence of Iran-U.S Claims Tribunal

seyd ghasem zamani; mona sadat mirzadeh

Volume 16, Issue 43 , February 2015, , Pages 81-108

  Attribution of private-person’s act to a state is accepted in international law insome exceptional matters. Acting under the direction or control of the state is oneof those exceptional cases; by proving state control over private persons andentities, their actions are attributable to the state. ...  Read More

International Responsibility of States for Private Company’s Conduct Thorough the Lens of InternationalJudicial and Arbitral Jurisprudence

Seyed Ghasem Zamani

Volume 15, Issue 40 , September 2013, , Pages 115-140

  There are instances in Municipal jurisdictions where Corporate legalprotections -generally granted as a result of their legal entity- isabrogated, thus empowering third parties to file claims directly againstindividuals responsible for corporate’s conducts. Similarly in InternationalLaw there are ...  Read More