Kutafin University Law Review

(KULawR)

academic peer-reviewed law journal


All articles of the journal "KULAWR", № 2, 2015


Rubrics:

  • Introductory reviews
  • LEGAL TRANSFORMATIONS AND THEORETICAL INSIGHTS
  • Legal foundations of international cooperation
  • INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW AND JUSTICE: PARALLEL WORLDS OR CONNECTING VESSELS?
  • Empty heading
  • POLITICAL PROBLEMS, ECONOMIC SANCTIONS AND THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT
  • STATE-BUSINESS RELATIONS
  • INTERVIEWS WITH PROMINENT FORUM PARTICIPANTS

  • Description:

    Dear readers,
    We are glad to welcome you on the pages of the fourth issue of the Kutafi n University Law Review (KULawR). This issue is absolutely extraordinary and mostly created to highlight a special event, the V St. Petersburg International Legal Forum, which was held on 27-30 May 2015 in Saint Petersburg. This volume is totally dedicated to materials, interviews, speeches and papers that were presented within the V St. Petersburg International Legal Forum. The KULawR has been publishing since September 2014. The main objective of this periodical is to spread legal knowledge generated by leading Russian scholars in a modern and cutting-edge form among the Englishspeaking auditoria. The content of the Journal is dedicated to diff erent topics in the fi elds of constitutional law, international law, contractual law, and international private law as well as theory and history of law. The content of the current issue includes three diff erent sections. The fi rst one called ‘Introductory Reviews’ covers several essays and reviews of participants about the Forum. The second one is the main part of the volume. It is called ‘Forum Highlights’ and includes speeches and papers that were presented by leading scholars and practisians during the Forum. The last section ‘Interviews with Prominent Forum Participants’ involves several interviews with participants of the Forum from diff erent parts of the World. We have tried to do our best to let you enjoy reading our new issue of the Kutafi n University Law Review. Above all, we are looking forward to welcoming you as authors of next volumes of the periodical. The KULawR is equally open for submissions from both academics and talented newcomers. It’s always a good opportunity to make a step together to contribute to legal science and share our common ideas.
    Remember! The best ideas are always welcomed!
    You may fi nd all additional information on the web page of the journal at www.kulawr.ru. Kindest regards, Co-editors-in-Chief Irina Alebastrova, PhD, Associate Professor Paul Kalinichenko, Doctor of legal science, Professor


    Articles in the issue: 20

    Most read author: Valery D. Zorkin

    ARTICLES


    The War of ‘Sanctions’ and the Law of International Responsibility Author: Yaroslav S. Kozheurov
    Rubric: Empty heading
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    The Role of Law in the Era of Change Author: Alessandro Criscuolo
    Rubric: LEGAL TRANSFORMATIONS AND THEORETICAL INSIGHTS
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    Moral Foundations and Natural Law Author: Alexander V. Konovalov
    Rubric: LEGAL TRANSFORMATIONS AND THEORETICAL INSIGHTS
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    A Philosophical Response to the Seven Questions Author: John M. Finnis
    Rubric: LEGAL TRANSFORMATIONS AND THEORETICAL INSIGHTS
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    The Law of Force and the Force of Law Author: Valery D. Zorkin
    Rubric: LEGAL TRANSFORMATIONS AND THEORETICAL INSIGHTS
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    Humanistic Values in Law Author: Larissa Zakharova
    Rubric: Introductory reviews
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    The Best of the Forum Author: Olga Shevchenko
    Rubric: Introductory reviews
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    At the Forefront of Legal Science and Practice Author: Sergey Zaikin
    Rubric: Introductory reviews
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    International Commercial Arbitration – The Japanese View Author: Akira Kawamura
    Rubric: Legal foundations of international cooperation
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    Rule of Law as a Fundamental Principle in the Work of Eurasian Economic Union Author: Berik M. Imashev
    Rubric: Legal foundations of international cooperation
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    Russian Criminal Legislation on Crimes against Peace and the Security of Humankind: A Critical Evaluation Author: Gennady Esakov
    Rubric: INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW AND JUSTICE: PARALLEL WORLDS OR CONNECTING VESSELS?
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    International and National Criminal Justice: Compatibility and Interaction Author: Vagn Joensen
    Rubric: INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW AND JUSTICE: PARALLEL WORLDS OR CONNECTING VESSELS?
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    Unilateral Sanctions in a Multipolar World: Legal Challenges Author: Dmitriy Kulikov, Vitaliy Slepak and Vladimir Zhbankov
    Rubric: POLITICAL PROBLEMS, ECONOMIC SANCTIONS AND THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT
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    Interview with John M. Finnis: ‘Where Does Law Come From?’ Author: Larissa Zakharova
    Rubric: INTERVIEWS WITH PROMINENT FORUM PARTICIPANTS
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    Interview with Alberto Mazzoni: ‘Both lex sportiva and lex mercatoria are positive law, but not made by the state’ Author: Larissa Zakharova
    Rubric: INTERVIEWS WITH PROMINENT FORUM PARTICIPANTS
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    Interview with Christophe Bernasconi: The Hague Conference on Private International Law and Russia Author: Paul Kalinichenko
    Rubric: INTERVIEWS WITH PROMINENT FORUM PARTICIPANTS
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