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    • Multipol est un réseau international et interdisciplinaire de chercheurs et d’experts en droit international et relations internationales, provenant de milieux professionnels divers, tels que la justice internationale, la diplomatie, la recherche et la fonction publique internationale. Depuis sa création en 2006, Multipol a connu une audience grandissante. Afin de pérenniser notre réseau, nous invitons toute personne intéressée à écrire des notes d’actualité, à nous signaler des événements et appels à contributions, ou à établir un partenariat, à nous contacter : contact.multipol@gmail.com. MERCI à tous nos lecteurs ! 

    9 janvier 2017

    OUVRAGE : P. Low, C. Osakwe, M. Oshikawa (eds.), African Perspectives on Trade and the WTO: Domestic Reforms, Structural Transformation and Global Economic Integration

    Patrick LOW, Chiedu OSAKWE, Maika OSHIKAWA

    Twenty-first century Africa is in a process of economic transformation, but challenges remain in areas such as structural reform, governance, commodity pricing and geopolitics. This book looks into key questions facing the continent, such as how Africa can achieve deeper integration into the rules-based multilateral trading system and the global economy. It provides a range of perspectives on the future of the multilateral trading system and Africa's participation in global trade and underlines the supportive roles that can be played by multilateral and regional institutions during such a rapid and uncertain transition. This volume is based on contributions to the Fourth China Round Table on WTO Accessions and the Multilateral Trading System, which took place just before the World Trade Organization's Tenth Ministerial Conference in Nairobi in December 2015.


    7 janvier 2017

    OUVRAGE : I. Motoc, I. Ziemele (eds.), The Impact of the ECHR on Democratic Change in Central and Eastern Europe: Judicial Perspectives

    Iulia MOTOC, Ineta ZIEMELE

    High hopes were placed in the ability of the European Convention and the Court of Human Rights to help realise fundamental freedoms and civil and political rights in the post-communist countries. This book explores the effects of the Strasbourg human rights system on the domestic law, politics and reality of the new member States. With contributions by past and present judges of the European Court of Human Rights and assorted constitutional courts, this book provides an insider view of the relationship between Central and Eastern European states and the ECHR, and examines the fundamental role played by the ECHR in the process of democratisation, particularly the areas of the right to liberty, the right to propriety, freedom of expression, and minorities' rights.


    6 janvier 2017

    REVUE : The Global Community: Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence (vol. 2015)

    Catherine MAIA

    The 2015 edition of The Global Community Yearbook both updates readers on the important work of long-standing international tribunals and introduces readers to more novel topics in international law. The Yearbook has established itself as an authoritative resource for research and guidance on the jurisprudence of both UN-based tribunals and regional courts. The 2015 edition continues to provide expert coverage of the Court of Justice of the European Union, and diverse tribunals from the criminal tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda, to economically based tribunals such as ICSID and the WTO Dispute Resolution panel.

    5 janvier 2017

    OUVRAGE : N. de Sadeleer, Droit des déchets de l'UE : de l’élimination à l’économie circulaire

    Nicolas de SADELEER

    Alors qu’il y a peu la majorité des déchets était éliminée, ils sont devenus, dans le cadre d’une économie circulaire, un enjeu économique primordial. Aussi les réglementations internationales et de l’Union européenne applicables à la gestion des déchets ont constamment évolué en vue d’accentuer la valeur économique des objets et des substances dont on se défait. L’interprétation et l’application de ces règles ne sont pas pour autant aisées. Le droit de l’Union européenne applicable à la gestion des déchets revêt en effet des contours mouvants car il se trouve tiraillé entre la politique de l’environnement et celle du marché intérieur.