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Conflicts between Individual Rights and Public Morality in the European Court of Human Rights Case Law

Mohammad Reza Vijeh; rezvan pouya

Volume 20, Issue 62 , July 2019, Pages 9-37


  "public morality" is one of the most important restricting concepts of human rights and freedoms, Despite its inclusion in many human rights instruments, there is no precise definition and clear explanation of its meaning and conditions for imposing its limitations on individual rights. To avoid arbitrary ...  Read More

Legal Analysis of the ICAO Approach on Modernizing the 1970 Hague Convention by the Adoption of 2010 Beijing Protocol

Hedayatollah Shenasaei

Volume 20, Issue 62 , July 2019, Pages 127-154


  The September 11 attacks showed that existing international legal and regulatory regime suffers from many gaps and deficiencies to deal with the offence of unlawful interference against civil aviation. In this regard, the 2010 Beijing Protocol seeks to provide new preventive approaches to deal with aerial ...  Read More

Protecting Women from Sexual and Gender-based Violence in European Refugee Crisis Focusing on UNHCR Approach

Mehryar Dashab; Saeede Mokhtarzade

Volume 20, Issue 62 , July 2019, Pages 71-99


  The current refugee and migration crisis in Europe has intensified different forms of vulnerability including different types of sexual and gender- based violence for female refugee as well as asylum seekers. These women, who are travelling to seek refuge in Europe, may be exposed to various kinds of ...  Read More

The Roman Foundations of Public Law

Parham Mehraram; Godarz Eftekhar

Volume 20, Issue 62 , July 2019, Pages 71-99


  Public law as a discipline of legal science which considers public matters –in confront with private matter, is established in ancient Rome and influenced deeply the European history. In the first step, its basic concepts, such as Imperium and Jurisdictio, and its outlook toward the relation of ...  Read More

The Necessity for the Parliament of Islamic Republic of Iran to Align Itself with International Obligations of State in Combating Crimes Related to Drugs and Psychotropic Substances

Farideh Shaygan; Esmaeil Rahmani Klakuob

Volume 20, Issue 62 , July 2019, Pages 101-125


  Crimes related to drugs and psychotropic substances are recognized as threats to human rights. They have also a devastating impact on the economic, social and cultural foundations of national societies, as well as, on international order and security. Serious measures have been taken to control and deal ...  Read More

Iranian Jury: From the Geometry of Adaptation in the Constitutional Period to the Art of Transformation in the Islamic Republic Era

Ghodratollah Rahmani

Volume 20, Issue 62 , July 2019, Pages 155-184


    The formation of the Special Court for the Criminal Investigation of the Press over the past three decades, in addition to the main philosophy of the Constitutional regime under Article 168 of the Constitution - that holds the judicial protection of defendants from committing political crimes ...  Read More

Responsibility of the State or the Government? Explaining Its Foundations in Light of Islamic Jurisprudence (Fiqh) and Iranian Penal Code

Hamid Mohammadi

Volume 20, Issue 62 , July 2019, Pages 185-215


  The criminal responsibility resulting from other’s behavior has been recently constituted in Iranian criminal system which has been ratified in the Article 142 of the Islamic Penal Code on April 21, 2013. Thereby, such a responsibility has been based on the letter of law. In Iranian criminal system, ...  Read More

A Review of Environmental Requirements Applicable on the Upstream Oil and Gas Industry Stipulated in theFundamental Legal Instruments of Iran

Mashhadi Ali; Hasan Khosroshahi; Maryam Separdar

Volume 20, Issue 62 , July 2019, Pages 217-242


  Iran, as the holder of world’s fourth largest oil reserves and world’s largest gas reserves, is sensibly exposed to pollutions resulting from oil and gas industry which is its most important economy sector. A significant portion of these pollutions is caused by the upstream oil and gas industry ...  Read More

A Historical Analysis of the Duality of Litigation Process in Matters of Responsibility of State in Iran
Volume 20, Issue 62 , July 2019, Pages 243-265


  In Iran, claims concerning administrative responsibility of State are dealt with in two different courts. When the Court of Administrative Justice (“CAJ”) has ascertained the breach of law, the Ordinary Court determines the extent of the damage suffered. This duality in judicial procedure ...  Read More

The Fundamental Principles of Global Communications Law: Common Heritage

Roya Motamed Nejad

Volume 20, Issue 62 , July 2019, Pages 267-291


  Global communications law is a transnational law, the vast majority of which is developed outside the governments and essentially is seeking synchronization, not uniformity. This article tries to answer the questions of how global communications law affects national and territorial law. What are the ...  Read More

Interpretative Approach of the Supreme Court in Protecting Rights and Freedoms in Light of Its Case Laws

Reza Najafi; Aliakbar Gorji; Ali Taghizadeh

Volume 20, Issue 62 , July 2019, Pages 293-320


  The high role of the judicial interpretation in the legal system is not overlooked. This research attempts to find the approach of interpretation that Supreme Court obtains in the role and supervisory position of judiciary in interpretation procedure. Yet the problem is how the approach and the interpretative ...  Read More

Legal Analysis of the Right of Access to Information by Realizing Citizenship Rights with an Emphasis on the Iranian Legal System

vajihe mohseni; seied mohamad hashemi; Mohammad Javad Javid; Bijan Abbasi

Volume 20, Issue 62 , July 2019, Pages 321-354


  Right of access to information is one of the fundamental principles of democratic governments and the most important example of the first generation of human rights that guarantees the citizenship rights. The human rights, as the basic rights, are a fundamental obligation and commitment the legitimacy ...  Read More