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Imperatives and challenges of the legal of news websites in Iran

Hamed Babazadeh Moghadam; Abbas Assadi

Volume 18, Issue 54 , June 2017, Pages 1-26


  The internet is an important tool to support the right to freedom of expression; through facilitating publication, search, and access to information, it has prepared the ground for the application of this fundamental right. Today, there is no doubt that the development of the Internet and the continued ...  Read More

Challenges of Creating a National Arbitration Court for Sports: A Comparative Study with regard to CAS

Homayoun Mafi; Faraz Shahlaei

Volume 18, Issue 54 , June 2017, Pages 35-60


  Considering the successful experience of national sport arbitration centers in resolving the sport related disputes specifically with regard to huge amounts of money in sports disputes, makes it almost necessary to create a national forum to solve the sport related disputes based on national customs ...  Read More

Analyzing Supervision Method over Dramatic and Cinema Works in The Constitutional Legal System of iran(1928-1979)
Volume 18, Issue 54 , June 2017, Pages 61-89


  Government supervises over artistic works on 2 forms including: Licensing and persuit System. In first, government shall issue license for creating and publishing artistic works and in this method, the right to freedom of artistic expression is limited. However, in second method, there is fundamental ...  Read More

the principal of exclaiming the reasons and documentation of the administrative decisions and it's effect on the jurisprudence of the court of administrative justice

Ali Mohammad Falah Zadeh

Volume 18, Issue 54 , June 2017, Pages 91-115


  Legal obligation to provide reasons for administrative decisions is a principle that originated from judicial field moving to the administrative decision-making process, there seems to be profound differences between two areas. It is, therefore, very much context dependent, offering considerable room ...  Read More

Arbitrability of International Tax Disputes

Naeem Noorbakhsh; Hassan Vakilian; Javid Laknahur

Volume 18, Issue 54 , June 2017, Pages 117-142


  Over the past years, "arbitration" as a means of settling international disputes has gained popularity, but compared to international tax disputes, the possibility of applying the arbitration clause is disputed. After the successful use of arbitration to resolve tax disputes in EU arbitration convention, ...  Read More

Citizen Participation in International Development Law: Grounds, Obstacles and Supporting Ways

Reza Eslami; Negar Reisi

Volume 18, Issue 54 , June 2017, Pages 143-169


  International development law, as an international rule maker system which is based on equity and solidarity, seeks to provide equal opportunities for cooperation of all countries in international relations regardless of their economic and social status. In this regard, international cooperation between ...  Read More

The Statute of Rule of Law in International Law
Volume 18, Issue 54 , June 2017, Pages 171-196


  The rule of law meaning to limitation of arbitrary power and conservation of fundamental individual rights and freedoms , is one of the democracy foundations. The Rule of law in international level is instrument for preservation of international peace and promotion of human rights. In attention to structure ...  Read More

General Theory for Curing of Administrative Act
Volume 18, Issue 54 , June 2017, Pages 197-217


  The origin of intention of public administration is the power which has been vested to the administration by law; therefore conformity of administration’s intention with law is the condition precedent of making legal effects resulted from administrative act. However, sometimes the administrative ...  Read More

towards the development of international law of internet
Volume 18, Issue 54 , June 2017, Pages 219-245


  The Internet has always been an international law problem. Clearly the International institutions ranging from the International Telecommunication Union to the U.N. General Assembly are becoming increasingly involved in regulating the Internet. But it seems that still there is a long road to a coherence ...  Read More

Proposing of Law by Representatives in the Framework of the 75th Principle of Constitution

Mohammad Mansouri Boroujeni

Volume 18, Issue 54 , June 2017, Pages 247-264


  One of the most problematic in the initiation of law, is obeying the seventy-fifth article of the constitution that mandate the representatives to introduce the financial resource for execution of law, if that law leads to reduce the income of the government or increase the expense. The purpose of drafting ...  Read More

The role of civil society in lawmaking in the globalization era With emphasize on non-governmental organizations

Samaneh Rahmatifar

Volume 18, Issue 54 , June 2017, Pages 265-288


  From Aristotle era to globalization, political society has been divided into two sectors: sovereigns and subjects. In recent decades a new sector is recreated known as civil society. Civil society is the subject of law and the source of rights and duties simultaneously. Reconstruction of civil society ...  Read More

Examining the Legality of Intervention by Invitation: A Critical Approach to Interventions in Mali, Ukraine, Syria and Yemen

Majid Nikouei; Majid Nikouei

Volume 18, Issue 54 , June 2017, Pages 289-317


  Intervention by invitation is one of the most controversial practices that often takes place in internal crises. Governments debilitated by internal armed conflicts, resort to inviting their allies in order to reconsolidate their lost power and reassemble their territorial control. The validity of this ...  Read More

Rights and Duties of Countries In Using of Marine Renewable Energies

Ali Rezaee

Volume 18, Issue 54 , June 2017, Pages 347-371


  Marine renewable energies are a form of renewable energy deriving from the various natural processes that take place in the marine environment and unlike non-renewable energy (fossil), capable of being by nature a short period of time, there again, or to be renewed. Because the use and operation of this ...  Read More