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Public Law
Review in The Constitution as the unwritten principle

Seyed Naser Soltani; Faezeh Salimzadeh Kakroudi

Volume 25, Issue 80 , October 2023, Pages 7-46


  IntroductionConstitutions hold the status of being national treasures, cherished for their intrinsic value and their material significance. Prior to the formal inscription of written constitutional texts, foundational principles often took shape in the guise of established customs. Yet, the passage ...  Read More

Public Law
Hannah Arendt; The Constitution and Constituent Power

Fardin Moradkhani

Volume 25, Issue 80 , October 2023, Pages 47-94


  IntroductionAlthough Hannah Arendt cannot be called a theorist of constitutional law, her brilliant reflections on some legal concepts have given her thought a special dimension. She, who was always interested in the public domain and political thought issues, realized the importance of some legal concepts, ...  Read More

Public Law
The Role of Women in Achieving the Right to Peace in Afghanistan

Mohammad Javad Javid; Qudsia Frotan

Volume 25, Issue 80 , October 2023, Pages 95-132


  IntroductionPeace, as a human right, has been the aspiration of the Afghan people for over four decades, as Afghanistan has been enduring war. However, achieving sustainable peace is not possible without inclusivity, especially with the participation of women, as peace is based on the principles of ...  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


  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

Public Law
Theories of the Ethical Government Vs. Social Contract: A Practical View of the State Through Hegel's Point of View and His Critiques of Classical Liberalism

Ayet Mulaee; Sayed Ali Mousavi; Farshid Bandehali

Volume 25, Issue 80 , October 2023, Pages 171-206


  IntroductionHegel is a philosopher who studies the concept of the state with his multifaceted philosophy and his special methodology. On one hand, he criticizes the views of different schools of thought about this concept and believes that the government is not a mechanism to maintain peace, enforce ...  Read More

Public Law
The Concept and Function of "Competence" in Administrative Law

Mohjtaba Vaezi

Volume 25, Issue 80 , October 2023, Pages 207-238


  Introduction“Competence” is one of the few words on which the history of modern administrative law can be said to be based. Despite the importance of this concept, little attention has been paid to its principles and different aspects, and the main discussions have focused on the dual concepts ...  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


  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

Public Law
Feasibility of Appointing a Vice President in the Legal Jurisdiction of the Ministries

Hadi Tahan nazif; Ali Ariannezhad

Volume 25, Issue 80 , October 2023, Pages 275-303


  According to Article 124 of the Constitution; The president can have deputies to carry out his legal duties. On the other hand, Article 133 of the Constitution states that the responsibility of the ministries is on the president's chosen minister who has received a vote of confidence from the Islamic ...  Read More