Italian Society of International Law Launches SIDIBlog
The Italian Society of International Law (SIDI-ISIL) has launched a new blog devoted to International Law and EU Law: SIDIBlog. As explained in its presentation, SIDIblog is a space for discussion and debate over current issues of Private International Law, Public International Law and European Union Law. All scholars and practicing lawyers having an interest in these topics are invited to participate through posts and comments. Posts are brief pieces (maximum 1500 words) that may discuss a relevant topic, present an innovative idea, or comment upon recent developments. They may be sent to the following e-mail address: sidiblog2013 [at] gmail.com. The first post, authored by Annalisa Ciampi (Univ. of Verona), analyses the legal and diplomatic saga of the Italian marines that were arrested in India in February 2012, accused of shooting two Indian fishermen off the coast of the Kerala region, mistaking them for pirates, as they were guarding an Italian oil tankers (the Enrica Lexie). In addition, another post by Cesare Pitea (Univ. of Parma) provides links to relevant documents of the case, and to comments and analysis by Italian and international scholars. Conflictoflaws.net wishes all the best to the new blog.
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