Volume 25 (2023-2024)
Volume 24 (2022-2023)
Volume 23 (2020-2021)
Volume 22 (2019-2020)
Volume 21 (2018-2019)
Volume 20 (2017-2018)
Volume 19 (2016-2017)
Volume 18 (2016)
Volume 17 (2015)
Volume 16 (2014)
Volume 15 (2014)
Volume 14 (2013)
Volume 13 (2012)
Volume 12 (2010)
Volume 11 (2009)
Volume 10 (2008)
Volume 9 (2007)
Volume 8 (2006)
Volume 7 (2005)
Volume 6 (2004)
Volume 5 (2003)
Volume 3 (2002)
Volume 2 (2001)
Volume 1 (1999)
Volume 4 (1381)
International Law
The Position of General Principles of Law in the Interpretation of Treaties

Mahmoud Hajjar; Seyed ghasem zamani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 01 October 2023

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2023.73747.2902

Abstract
  The interpretation of treaties is particularly important in the field of treaty law, as in most cases it is not possible to apply treaties without their interpretation. In addition to the text and context of the treaty, the relevant rules of international law, including the general principles of law, ...  Read More

International Law
A Critical Study of the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women and Proposing for an Islamic Standard

Hojatollah Mansouri; Soheyla Koosha; Mohammadreza Hatami; Hossein Alkajbaf

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 30 December 2023

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2023.74496.2910

Abstract
  Protecting the rights of women has been a permanent concern of human rights advocates throughout the last two centuries. Attempts led to the recognition of the principle prohibiting gender discrimination in several core human rights instruments and the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination ...  Read More

International Law
Iran's Approach to the Study of General Principles of Law in the International Law Commission

Abdollah Abedini

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 23 January 2024

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2024.75798.2929

Abstract
  The general principles of law are considered one of the main sources of international law, which have special features such as filling gaps or legal abstractions, as well as creating coherence in the international legal system. These principles are usually taken from domestic legal systems and some others ...  Read More

International Law
Theories on Necessity of Observing Rules of International Humanitarian Law by Non State Armed Groups in the Light of Non International Armed Conflict in Yemen

Maryam Hosseinabadi; Seyed Qasem Zamani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 23 January 2024

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2024.70597.2830

Abstract
  The presence of Non State Armed Groups (NSAGs) in non-international armed conflicts has become a threat to the international peace and security in the last few decades. In this regard, shedding light on the matter of the aforementioned entities' adherence to the rules and regulations of international ...  Read More

International Law
Abuse of Right and Abuse of Process in Light of the Practice of the International Court of Justice

Abbasali Kadkhodaei; Mohammadreza Mohammadi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 23 January 2024

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2024.73433.2899

Abstract
  The concepts of abuse of rights and abuse of process are being considered by litigants in international courts. In the abuse of the right and abuse of process, bad faith replaces good faith. In abuse of rights, the question is about exercising a right but with an improper purpose while abuse of process ...  Read More

International Law
International law's approach regarding states' obligations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions for the purpose of attaining the goal of countering global climate change.

Meisam Norouzi; Pouya Berelian; Mehdi Eskandari Khoshgu

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 23 January 2024

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2024.73447.2900

Abstract
  So far, states' obligations to reduce greenhouse gas production have proved ineffective, and greenhouse gas emissions continue to increase. In such a circumstance, the approach to the legal obligation of states to reduce environmental risks associated with greenhouse gas production must provide a fresh ...  Read More

International Law
The commitment of the German government to the standards governing the exploitation of shared waters

Elham Aminzadeh; mersedeh mazloumi; Amirsaed Vakil

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 23 January 2024

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2024.74256.2907

Abstract
  Recently, water have become important for the economy and population; therefore, managing of these resources and preserving the environment requires multilateral approaches from states and other international actors. This situation is more complicated when a water source is shared between several states; ...  Read More

International Law
The Global Compact as a Supplementary Agreement to Regulate Multinational Enterprises

Milad Haji Esmaeili; Mehrab Darabpour

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 27 January 2024

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2024.75409.2927

Abstract
  The United Nations Global Compact, with more than 23000 voluntary participants, is the world’s largest corporate citizenship initiative, gathering multinational enterprises (MNEs) under an agreement. The purpose of the compact is to achieve the principles of human rights, labor, environmental, ...  Read More

International Law
Border without neighbors; Examining Türkiye’s Blue Homeland Doctrine from the Perspective of International Law

Masoumeh Parsoon; ali kadkhodaei; mohsen hataminia

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 27 January 2024

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2023.69176.2811

Abstract
  In 2020, the Eastern Mediterranean region passed one of its most challenging historical times. The discovery of significant hydrocarbon resources deepened the gap between regional countries’ opinions regarding the delimitation of maritime boundaries, which has been accompanied by the influence ...  Read More

International Law
human rights requirements of states in the utilization of international watercourses: a Case study of Hirmand

Mohammad saleh Anisi; Mahnaz Rashidi; mahdi piri

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 27 May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2024.77194.2955

Abstract
  Today, state's utilization of international watercourses is very important considering the essential role of water in human life and livelihood. Although this issue is subject to a unique legal regime in a special way, it also has very important aspects of human rights. Currently, the water crisis ...  Read More

International Law
International obligations of governments in reducing risk and prevention of infectious diseases (with emphasis on the crisis of the Covid-19 pandemic)

Roya Zarenemati; S.Ghasem Zamani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 27 May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2024.77503.2959

Abstract
  The right to life is the first human right that forms the central core of the human rights system.In order to protect this right, governments are obliged to respect and protect the right to life and provide provisions for the people under their jurisdiction.There is an inseparable link between health ...  Read More

International Law
Human rights, the right to health and artificial intelligence

maysam haghseresht

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 27 May 2024

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2024.77674.2963

Abstract
  Today, the penetration of artificial intelligence in various fields has made its control and development one of the most challenging issues. The right to health is one of the fields that have always been affected by the progress of this technology and has caused extensive changes in this field. By examining ...  Read More

International Law
The Approach of the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda to the Principle of Legal Security

Vahid Salehi; Mohammad Hashemi; Seyed Ghasem Zamani

Volume 25, Issue 81 , December 2024, , Pages 6-47

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2021.59834.2599

Abstract
  IntroductionThe present article deals with the study and review of the theoretical foundations and practical practice of the International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia and Rwanda courts in dealing with the concept of legal security. Since security, as a situation that brings forth mental ...  Read More

International Law
The Role of Public Participation in Ensuring of Women's Access to the Right to Development

Sattar Azizi; Keivan Eghbali

Volume 25, Issue 81 , December 2024, , Pages 47-80

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2021.58442.2557

Abstract
  IntroductionResearch Question(s) The right to development brings forth an approach to the development of human societies in which all human rights standards are considered and the economic development of the nation is fundamentally integrated into the human right to development. Although women make ...  Read More

International Law
Internationalization of Constitutional Laws; Opportunities and Challenges

Seyed Hossein Malakooti Hashjin; Nasim Soleymani nejad; Seyed Ali Mousavi

Volume 25, Issue 81 , December 2024, , Pages 121-146

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2023.68402.2792

Abstract
  Introduction In today's world, with phenomena such as globalization, rapid changes in the international arena, and their effects on human rights and freedoms, the significance of the internationalization of constitutional laws as a link between the public laws of states and international law is growing ...  Read More

International Law
An Evaluation of the Particular Examples of the Abuse of Dominant Position by the Use of Big Data in Competition Law

Ebrahim Rahbari

Volume 25, Issue 81 , December 2024, , Pages 215-250

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2023.70764.2837

Abstract
  IntroductionThe development of digital markets and the increasing importance of big data has brought new challenges in the concept of abuse of dominant position. In platform markets, the entry barriers and the presence of big tech giants (gatekeepers) who have taken over the market by employing big ...  Read More

International Law
Afghanistan's Obligation to Comply with Customary Rules Governing International Waterways

Sayed Murtaza Àbid; Mohammad Hosein Ramezani Ghavam Abadi

Volume 25, Issue 81 , December 2024, , Pages 251-294

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2023.71173.2845

Abstract
  IntroductionAfghanistan is a  country that shares four waterways (Hirmand, Kabul, Harirud, Amu) with neighboring countries. These watercourses are an important source of water supply in Afghanistan and its neighboring countries. Except for the Hirmand River which has the 1973 treaty as its governing ...  Read More

International Law
Racial Discrimination Based on National Origin in the Light of the ICJ Judgement of 4 February 2021 in Qatar v. UAE Case

Mahdi Mohebirad; Mehryar Dashab

Volume 25, Issue 82 , April 2024, , Pages 37-74

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2023.73531.2896

Abstract
  IntroductionFollowing Qatar’s diplomatic crisis in 2017, the UAE implemented a series of measures against Qatar. In response, Qatar filed an application against the UAE at the International Court of Justice (ICJ), citing a violation of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms ...  Read More

International Law
A Comparative Review of the Registrability of Functional Features in Trademark Law and its Impacts on patient Health and Competition in the Pharmaceuticals.

Alireza Jabbari; Mohammad-Reza Parvin; Shahrouz Shokraie

Volume 25, Issue 82 , April 2024, , Pages 75-118

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2023.71528.2860

Abstract
  IntroductionTrade dress, as an instance of nontraditional trademarks, encompasses the overall visual image of a product, including elements such as size, shape, color or combinations thereof, packaging, textures, graphics, and even specific sales techniques. However, to qualify for legal protection ...  Read More

International Law
The Legal Nature of "Match-Fixing" in International Sports Law

Amirsaed Vakil; Ahmad Ebrahimi

Volume 25, Issue 82 , April 2024, , Pages 155-194

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2023.72155.2871

Abstract
  Introduction The joy and excitement that sports bring to fans worldwide, together with the principles of fairness and sportsmanship, requires that the results of sporting events should remain unpredictable and be determined solely based on the skill and will of the athletes, free from any interference ...  Read More

International Law
Prohibition of Reservation to the Principle of Non-Refoulement of Refugees in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights

Mohammad Reza Mogadasifar; Farideh Shaygan

Volume 25, Issue 82 , April 2024, , Pages 241-276

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2022.62515.2646

Abstract
  IntroductionAsylum-seeking has emerged as a critical social issue at the international level in recent decades. Every year, millions of refugees leave their home countries or places of residence, seeking refuge in other countries to escape economic, military, political, and social crises. Refugees embark ...  Read More

International Law
Realization of the Right to Self-determination in the Framework of R2P

Mohsen Abdollahi; Seyed Reza Hosseini

Volume 25, Issue 80 , October 2023, , Pages 133-170

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2023.69476.2815

Abstract
  Introduction The right to self-determination could be applied in situations aiming to prevent crimes against humanity that are subject to the responsibility to protect. Generally, governments that violate the right to self-determination of their people, including minority groups, are more prone to committing ...  Read More

International Law
Lessons Learned from Philip Morris V. Uruguay Regarding the Approaches Taken in the Investment Protection Treaties of Iran towards Expropriation of Intellectual Property

Soroosh Falahati; Mirghasem Jafarzade

Volume 25, Issue 80 , October 2023, , Pages 239-274

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2023.68375.2789

Abstract
  IntroductionIn the field of intellectual property rights, host states’ policies, and accordingly, the approach of the relevant treaty towards expropriation and intellectual property rights play a key role when separating expropriation from regulatory measures. This article will analyze these issues ...  Read More

International Law
A Critical Look at International Law from the Perspective of the Third-World Approaches: Beginning of a Modern Era?

Amin Motamedi

Volume 25, Issue 79 , August 2023, , Pages 163-204

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2023.69064.2807

Abstract
  1. IntroductionIn recent years, there has been a growing trend in the “North and South” dialectics in all fields. International law is no exception to this rule. Recently, in international law studies, in particular, in philosophical discourses and historical development research regarding ...  Read More

International Law
Revival of the Unwilling or Unable Doctrine in Jus ad Bellum Discourse; Critical Analysis in a Legal Positivist Look

Heidar Piri

Volume 25, Issue 79 , August 2023, , Pages 265-302

https://doi.org/10.22054/qjpl.2023.68732.2802

Abstract
  1. IntroductionIn recent years, one of the old, yet controversial doctrines of the law of neutrality -called "unwilling" and "unable"[1] doctrine- has been reformulated in the jus ad bellum discourse, according to which some states may use force in self-defense against non-state terrorist actors operating ...  Read More