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Table of Contents number 3, 2022, September-December

  • ISBN: 978-88-15-38024-1
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    • Claudia Cantone
    • The Principle of Universal Criminal Jurisdiction in International Law and the ‘Italian model’ Between Past and Future

    • pp. 447-476, DOI: 10.12829/106181
    • La risoluzione dell’Institut de Droit International su Human Rights and Private International Law (a cura di Pasquale Pirrone)

    • Chiara Enrica Tuo
    • Articles 7 and 8 of the Institute of International Law Resolution on Human Rights and Private International Law: Testing Conflict-of-law Rules Against the Principle of Non-discrimination

    • pp. 477-510, DOI: 10.12829/106182
    • Pietro Franzina
    • Art. 9 of the Resolution of the Institute of International Law Resolution on Human Rights and Private International Law: Legal Capacity

    • pp. 511-529, DOI: 10.12829/106183
    • Giulia Rossolillo
    • Art. 10 of the Institute of International Law Resolution on Human Rights and Private International Law: Continuity of Status as a Guarantee of Respect for Private and Family Life

    • pp. 531-542, DOI: 10.12829/106184
    • Giulia Rossolillo
    • Article 11 of the Institute of International Law Resolution on Human Rights and Private International Law: Recognition of Names and Protection of Personal Identity

    • pp. 543-553, DOI: 10.12829/106185
    • Giampaolo Maria Ruotolo
    • Article 12 of the Institute of International Law Resolution on Human Rights and Private International Law: The Right to Be Registered at Birth and to Obtain an Identity Document

    • pp. 555-569, DOI: 10.12829/106186
    • Francesco Pesce
    • Article 13 of the Institute of International Law Resolution on Human Rights and Private International Law: Marriages Based on the Free and Full Consent of Two Spouses

    • pp. 571-584, DOI: 10.12829/106187
    • Ornella Feraci
    • Article 14 of the Institute of International Law Resolution on Human Rights and Private International Law: The Cross-border Circulation of Parent-Child Relationship

    • pp. 585-611, DOI: 10.12829/106188
    • Interventi

    • Sara De Vido
    • Towards a Due Diligence «Test» in Domestic Violence Cases? On the Recent European Court of Human Rights’ Jurisprudence

    • pp. 613-635, DOI: 10.12829/106189
    • Marco Fisicaro
    • Safeguarding Judicial Independence (and Subsidiarity) Through Interim Measures: The New ECtHR’s Strategy at the Height of the Polish Constitutional Crisis

    • pp. 637-658, DOI: 10.12829/106190
    • Ludovica Poli
    • The US Supreme Court’s Ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson: A Judicial Restraint Violating Fundamental Rights of Women

    • pp. 659-673, DOI: 10.12829/106191
    • Osservatorio

    • Alberta Fabbricotti
    • The Transmission of the Surname to Children and the Dialogue Between Courts: The Judgment no. 131/2022 of the Italian Constitutional Court

    • pp. 675-681, DOI: 10.12829/106192
    • Rachele Marconi
    • The Protection of Sexual and Reproductive Rights in the Ukraine Conflict: The Access to Safe Abortion

    • pp. 682-690, DOI: 10.12829/106193
    • Laura Di Gianfrancesco
    • Pushback Practices and the Prohibition of Collective Expulsion of Aliens before the ECtHR: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

    • pp. 691-700, DOI: 10.12829/106194
    • Indice del volume 16, 2022

    • pp. 701-704, DOI: 10.12829/106195