I. Studies The History and Developments of the Czech Doctrine of International Law
The Quest of the Lisbon Treaty in the Czech Republic
and Some of the Changes it Introduces in EU Primary Law Emil Ruffer
Consequences of the Application of International Humanitarian Law in the Struggle Against Terrorism
II. Czech Views on International Law The Responsibility to Protect – New Beginning or End of the Road for Humanitarian Intervention?
Armed Conflicts and the Use of Force
Prohibition of Recruiting Child Soldiers and/or Achievable Obligations?
Human Rights During an Investigation – a New Conception Within ICC Statute
Rules of Engagement – Some Basic Questions and Current Issues
Consultative Status under the Antarctic Treaty
International Legal Instruments for the Environmental Protection of Antarctica
Albanian Lustration Act, its Constitutional and International Law Pros and Cons
III. International Law in the Czech Republic Monitoring International Obligations: The Czech Republic
under the Supervision of the Council of Europe Language Charter
Debate on the Ratification of the Rome Statute of the ICC
in the Czech Republic
The Invisible Majority: the Unsuccessful Applications against the Czech Republic before the European Court of Human Rights
Some Thoughts about e-learning in Teaching International Law
Jan Ondřej – Milan Hála – Vladimír Přech
Teaching Public International Law Through a Clinical Method of Teaching?
IV. Czech Practice of International Law Codification and Progressive Development of International Law
[The Czech Statements in the Sixth Committee on the Report of the ILC (2009)]
(ed. Pavel Šturma)
V. Book Reviews P. Šurma, S. Hýbnerová, J. Ondřej, V. Balaš, V. Bílková, V. Honusková:
Competing Jurisdiction of International Judicial Bodies
R. Falk: The costs of War – International Law, the UN
and World Order after Iraq
V. Bílková: Responsibility to Protect: New Hope or Old Hypocrisy?
R. Petráš, H. Petrův, H. Ch. Scheu (eds.): Minorities and Law in the Czech Republic [Menšiny a právo v České republice]
J. Ondřej: Public, Private International Law and International Trade Law
VI. Survey of Czech International Law Bibliography Z. Trávníčková