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Scope of Obligation of the Host State for Protection of Foreign Investor in Armed Conflicts

Abolghasem Shahbazian; Sadegh Salimi

Volume 23, Issue 74 , June 2022, Pages 9-38


  Measures taken by governments during armed conflict to safeguard their essential interests sometimes cause damages to foreign investors. The investors thus affected seek remedies in the arbitration tribunals invoking breach of host government obligations to protect investments. The host government also ...  Read More

The Legal System of Recognized Religious Minorities’ Members of Iran Parliament in the Light of Equality Principle

Vahid Agah; moein sabourian

Volume 23, Issue 74 , June 2022, Pages 39-68


  According to the prevailing opinions on interpreting Article 64 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran, religious minorities’ members consisting of the Zoroastrians, the Jews, the Christians (north and south Armenians, Assyrians and Chaldeans) are not augmentable in Iran’s parliament. ...  Read More

Citation of Constitutional Principles of the Judgments of the Courts

Dariyoush Zarouni; Ali AKbar Gorji; Behroz Behbodian

Volume 23, Issue 74 , June 2022, Pages 69-105


  The citation of constitutional principles in judgments of the courts is one of the issues related to the evidence of the verdict. It is obvious to cite the principles of the constitution in the constitutional courts, but in ordinary courts, i.e. criminal, legal and administrative courts, not all the ...  Read More

Role of Abuse of Rights Doctrine and Investment Arbitration Ratione Temporis in Limiting Nationality Planning

Niloofar Saeedi; Pouria Askary

Volume 23, Issue 74 , June 2022, Pages 107-141


  Sometimes foreign investors after the dispute have arisen or when it is predictable and with the intention of bringing the dispute to arbitration, change their nationality or acquire new nationality. The phenomenon called Nationality Planning eases foreign investors’ access to a desirable treaty ...  Read More

Challenges to the Health of Immigrant Women in the Light of International Human Rights with Emphasis on the Covid-19 Crisis

Anahita Seifi

Volume 23, Issue 74 , June 2022, Pages 143-180


  Immigrants are among the most vulnerable to Coronavirus pandemic conditions due to limited access to health care. Therefore, any action by governments must address the needs of vulnerable groups, including migrant women. Increasing the rate of women's migration; raises concerns about safety, health, ...  Read More

Intersectionality and Intersectional Discrimination: The Critical Approach to Anti-Discrimination Law

َAmir Nikpey; Shiva Bazargan

Volume 23, Issue 74 , June 2022, Pages 181-212


  Discrimination in law is defined on the basis of separate identity grounds such as gender or race, etc. Critical law theorist, Kimberly Crenshaw, challenged the single-axis approach to the discrimination with the introduction of the concept of intersectionality in 1989, and since then, the intersectional ...  Read More

Humanization of Law of Sea in Perspective of Interaction between Law of Sea and Human Rights

zahra sadat shareq; Hossein Rezazadeh

Volume 23, Issue 74 , June 2022, Pages 213-239


  Since non-compliance with human rights at sea is not tangible to what is happening on land, it doesnot receive much attention from the international community. While human rights must be taken into account at sea as much as they are on land. Given the fragmentation in international law, the relationship ...  Read More

The Consequences of the Violation of Functus Officio and Res Judicata Principles on Tax Regulation and their Effect on Taxpayers

Hamidreza salehi; Mohammadreza ABBasi

Volume 23, Issue 74 , June 2022, Pages 241-266


  The tax regulation related to Article No. 219 of the Tax Code, is the manifestation of the interaction between taxation affair organization and its taxpayers. In the new regulation, a considerable number of rules are reviewed and amended. From the study of the aforementioned Code, one can understand ...  Read More

Evaluation of the Consolidation Collections of the Vice Presidency for Legal Affairs

Roohollah Makarem; Hadi Tahan Nazif

Volume 23, Issue 74 , June 2022, Pages 267-301


  Increase in Legislation leads to inflation of laws. Certainly, this problem causes inefficiency of laws. So, codification seems to be necessary. Despite 110 years of history of legislation in Iran, the first act of codification was enacted about 60 years ago. The legislative power should be the main ...  Read More

International Law
The Legitimacy of the Use of Force by Turkey in Attacking Northern Syria from the Perspective of International Law

Morteza Ahmadifard; Mehdi Hatami

Volume 23, Issue 74 , June 2022, Pages 303-335


  On January 20, 2018, Turkey launched Operation "Olive Branch" and on October 9, 2019, Operation "Spring of Peace" in northern Syria, violating its territorial integrity and military entry into the country. Also, these attacks continue in a scattered manner. According to Turkish officials, the operation ...  Read More