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Humanization of environmental law in the light of human dignity

Hossein Rezazadeh; abbasali kadkhodaii

Volume 21, Issue 66 , September 2020, Pages 9-40


  International Environmental Law is one of the branches of international law that has been developed several decades ago, especially after 1970. Since then, the process of humanization of international law has begun and extended to various branches of international law. The humanization of international ...  Read More

UUrbaser v Argentina: The Origins of Host State Human Rights Counterclaim in ICSID Arbitration

zahra hajipour; POURIA askary

Volume 21, Issue 66 , September 2020, Pages 41-67


  Investment arbitrations have their own challenges due to their asymmetric nature, which arise from the essential difference between the parties to the claim. The investor on the basis of the investment agreement can bring a claim against the host State, but on the contrary, the counterclaim by States ...  Read More

The Role of the Iranian Civil Aviation Organization in Maintaining Aviation Safety

Hossien Mohammadzadeh Garehbagh; Mansor Jabari; Hoseyn Rostamzad

Volume 21, Issue 66 , September 2020, Pages 69-105


  The rapid development of the aviation industry depends on the safety of aviation. Aircraft safety is one of the most important issues in aviation and is not only an internal matter, but also a transnational one due to its nature. The development of the aviation industry is not the same in all countries. ...  Read More

Multi-Stakeholder Internet Governance and International Law: Common Concepts or New Approach?

Amirsaed Vakil; Hessam Norouzpour

Volume 21, Issue 66 , September 2020, Pages 107-140


  Internet Multi-stakeholder governance is the latest achievement of the legal doctrine on how to regulate the rules governing the Internet (as a clear indication of the cyberspace). After the first World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) which was held in 2003, and faced with the acceptance of ...  Read More

lLegal Position and Scope of the Decisions of the Council of Money and Credit

Majid Banaei Oskooei; Vida Mirzaei

Volume 21, Issue 66 , September 2020, Pages 141-180


  The Council of Money and Credit, as one of the most important components of the central bank of Iran, is responsible for regulating macroeconomic policies of the country’s banking and supervision over banks and financial and credit institutions. In order to carry out its duties, the Council has ...  Read More

Iran’s Technical Barriers to Trade in Light of the Law of the World Trade Organization

Sadeq Z. Bigdeli; Ehsan Solhi

Volume 21, Issue 66 , September 2020, Pages 181-211


  The Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) Agreement is one of the covered agreements of the World Trade Organization (WTO), one of the main objectives of which is to harmonize regulations in the area of technical barriers to trade. While under the TBT Agreement, governments can legitimately apply technical ...  Read More

A Study on the Necessity and Criteria of Delimitation of Outer Space

Masoud Alborzi Verki; Mustafa Khorrami

Volume 21, Issue 66 , September 2020, Pages 213-242


     Distinction between airspace and outer space, despite its theoretical benefits and practical effects, has been controversial. The legal system of airspace is based upon sovereignty principle of territorial state; contrary to that of outer space which is based upon freedom to use. Where does ...  Read More

Analysis of the Elements of Obligation to Prevent Trans boundary Environmental Harm

Ramin Yarmohammadi; Zahra Mahmoudi Kordi

Volume 21, Issue 66 , September 2020, Pages 243-268


  Due to the advancement of industry and increasing economic activities, environmental interferences have been raised, which has led to the emergence of transboundary harm. Given the widespread effects of transboundary harm, governments have departed from a traditional compensation-based approach to a ...  Read More

Possibility and impossibility of interdisciplinary studies in LAW Case study: sociology of public law

Mahdi Mahdavizahed

Volume 21, Issue 66 , September 2020, Pages 269-290


  Interdisciplinary studies are currently a hot topic in legal academia, therefore one should distinguish four types in the sociological approach to law: disciplinary, interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary studies. Public law and sociology are strongly interconnected but the possibility ...  Read More

Alevis and the Legal System of Religious Education in Turkish Schools: the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights

Ali Reza Jalali; Seyed Mahmood Majidi

Volume 21, Issue 66 , September 2020, Pages 291-312


  One of the aspects of the synthesis between religious freedom and freedom of teaching is the correct description of the legal system of religious education in schools. The aim of the research is the explanation of this system in the Council of Europe member States, especially in consideration of respect ...  Read More

Comparative Analysis of Traditional Voluntarism in the Naseri Era and Modern Voluntarism

mahdi shahabi; mohammadreza mohammadi; Mortaza dehghanNejad

Volume 21, Issue 66 , September 2020, Pages 313-342


  From Naseri era until Constitutional Revolution because of lack of Rule of law as a symbol of modern government, voluntarism or king’s volition was one of the most important basis of legal rule validation that had deep roots in traditional and intellectual background of Iranian society. This volition ...  Read More

Women's Triangle, Peace and Security in Afghanistan from the Perspective of the United Nations Security Council

Anahita Seifi

Volume 21, Issue 66 , September 2020, Pages 343-380


  Undoubtedly, one of the conditions for the realization of peace is the participation of all strata and social and political groups. Therefore, the widespread process of peace requires attendance. The obstacles on this path indicate that we need to know more about why and how women participate in the ...  Read More

Intentionalist Interpretation of the Supreme Leader’s Authority in Issuing Referendum: The Subject of Article 110(3) of Iran’s Constitution

mohammad amin abrishami rad; Hamed Nikoonahad

Volume 21, Issue 66 , September 2020, Pages 382-406


  The ambiguity regarding the concept considered by the members of the Review Council of the term "issuing referendum" in Article 110(3), has led to this fact that the real role of the Leader in referendum process and the scope of his authority over the types of referenda has remained vague. In this research, ...  Read More