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Hungarian Yearbook of International and European Law 2020

Gebonden Engels 2020 9789462361614
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The Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law comprises a collection of articles written mainly by Hungarian authors, covering developments in the field of international law and EU law, and progress in the domestic implementation and application of these fields of law.

The thematic part of Vol. 8 (2020) deals with new tendencies in the law of foreign investments in European law and public international law, while the Anniversary section is dedicated to the centenary of the Trianon Peace Treaty concluded after World War I.

The Yearbook also contains numerous articles on new developments in European law and international law, Hungarian state practice, case notes and book reviews. The Yearbook offers a comprehensive picture of the state of application and implementation of international law and EU law in Hungary.


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Editorial Comments: The Relevance of Foreign Investment Protection in International and EU Law 5
Foreword to Vol. 8 (2020) of the Hungarian Yearbook of International Law and European Law
Marcel Szabó
New Tendencies in the Law of Foreign Investments in European Law Public International Law
The CETA Investment Court and EU External Autonomy 15
Did Opinion 1/17 Broaden the EU’s Room for Maneuver in External Relations?
Wolfgang Weiss
The CETA Opinion of the CJEU 40
Redefining the Contours of the Autonomy of the EU Legal Order
Tamás Szabados
The Impact of the Achmea Ruling on Intra-EU BIT Investment Arbitration 53
A Hungarian Perspective
Veronika Korom
Investment Arbitration and the Public Interest 75
Gábor Hajdu
A New Aspect of the Cross-Border Acquisition of Agricultural Lands 92
The Inícia Case Before the ICSID
János Ede Szilágyi & Tamás Andréka
Anniversary: The Centenary of the Trianon Peace Treaty The Treaty of Trianon Imposed Upon Hungary 106
Objectives and Considerations From the Hungarian Perspective
Gábor Hollósi
Hungarian Territorial Changes and Nationality Issues Following World War I 120
Mónika Ganczer
The Temporal Effect and the Continuance in Force of the Treaty of Trianon 136
A Hundred Years Later
Norbert Tóth
Developments in International Law
The ECtHR on Constitutional Complaint as Effective Remedy in the Hungarian Legal Order 157
Péter Paczolay
The ECtHR’s Grand Chamber Judgment in Ilias and Ahmed Versus Hungary: A Practical and Realistic Approach 169
Can This Paradigm Shift Lead the Reform of the Common European
Asylum System?
Ágnes Töttős
The Case Between Urgenda and the State of the Netherlands 192
Otto Spijkers
Urgenda to Be Followed 207
Will the Courts Be the Last Resort to Prevent Dangerous Climate Change?
András Huszár
The Development of Human Rights Diplomacy Since the Establishment of the UN 218
More Actors, More Efficiency?
István Lakatos
Developments in European Law
Law and Identity in the European Integration 238
János Martonyi
The Elusive Quest for Digital Exhaustion in the US and the EU 249
The CJEU’s Tom Kabinet Ruling a Milestone or Millstone for Legal Evolution?
Shubha Ghosh & Péter Mezei
Challenges Arising From the Multi-Level Character of EU Citizenship 276
The Legal Analysis of the Delvigne and Tjebbes Cases
Laura Gyeney
European Citizens’ Initiatives for the Protection and Promotion of Rights and Interests of National Minorities 299
Latest Developments
Balázs Tárnok
Participation in the European Public Prosecutor’s Office 314
Member States’ Autonomous Decision or an Obligation?
Ádám Békés
Hungarian State Practice
National Courts and the Enforcement of EU Law 334
Hungarian Experiences
András Osztovits & András Zs. Varga
The Protection of the Right to Local Self-Government in the Practice of the Hungarian Constitutional Court 349
Ádám Varga
Case Notes
The Hungarian Constitutional Court’s Decision on the Protection of Groundwater 371
Decision No. 13/2018. (IX. 4.) AB of the Constitutional Court of Hungary
Gábor Kecskés
Practical Questions Concerning the Relationship Between a Member
State’s Constitution, EU Law and the Case-Law of the CJEU 383
Decision No. 2/2019. (III. 5.) AB of the Constitutional Court of Hungary
Marcel Szabó
Limitations of the Physical Expression of Opinion 393
Decision No. 14/2019. (IV. 17.) AB of the Constitutional Court of Hungary
Gábor Kurunczi
Conference Reports
Anniversary Conference on the Occasion of the 80th Birthday of János Bruhács 405
Ágoston Mohay & István Szijártó
Review of Hungarian Scholarly Literature
The 2019 Henry Wheaton Prize 412
Gabriella Szamek
Gábor Baranyai, European Water Law and Hydropolitics: An Inquiry Into the Resilience of Transboundary Water Governance in the European
Union (Book Review) 417
Gábor Kecskés
László Fodor, A falu füstje (Book Review) 421
István Hoffman
András Koltay, New Media and Freedom of Expression: Rethinking the Constitutional Foundations of the Public Sphere (Book Review) 425
Anett Pogácsás
Csongor István Nagy, Collective Actions in Europe. A Comparative, Economic and Transsystemic Analysis (Book Review) 429
András Tóth

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