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La fecondazione post mortem: irriducibile ossimoro o nuova frontiera del biodiritto?

By on September 21, 2018

Recently some jurisprudential novelties, linked to the use of medically assisted procreation, have reignited the debate on family law and on the limits to the usability of some peculiar medical-surgical techniques. A civil law approach grounds its arguments on two points, namely the necessary link between filiation and a physical relationship between man and woman, and the certainty that the child born of a woman is also biologically her son. The rise of new techniques of artificial insemination, on the other hand, has raised issues that courts have tried to address painstakingly and with caution. One of the most…

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Governance economica europea e riforme negli ordinamenti degli Stati membri: spunti di comparazione

By on September 18, 2018

This paper analyzes the extent and intensity with which the European economic governance of the crisis has conditioned the adoption of relevant important reforms by the executives of Spain, Germany, France and Italy during the crisis. From a comparative perspective, it will be shown that, while the GIPSI States have generally implemented the recommendations issued by the European institutions, the core State and, among all, Germany, seem instead to have not significantly innovated their systems in the sense indicated by them, by virtue of the greater political weight of the latter. In particular, the indirect impact of these recommendations…

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Affinità e divergenze tra lo sfruttamento illecito delle risorse naturali ed il crimine internazionale di saccheggio

By on September 14, 2018

Come riconosciuto dalle Nazioni Unite, lo sfruttamento di risorse naturali ad opera delle parti in conflitto ha giocato un ruolo cruciale nello scoppio e nella perpetuazione di conflitti armati in Paesi come la Repubblica Democratica del Congo o l’Angola. La prassi è ormai consolidata: i gruppi armati conquistano il controllo delle risorse naturali, le mettono in commercio, e rinvestono i proventi in armi e provviste. Intanto la popolazione civile è impiegata come manodopera schiavile per l’estrazione e la lavorazione dei minerali, e patisce estorsioni, stupri ed omicidi di massa per mano dei miliziani. Le dimensioni assunte dal fenomeno durante…

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Power-sharing Executives in Northern Ireland and South Tyrol: Theories, Structures, Practices and Political Stability

By on September 11, 2018

This paper analyses the power-sharing governments of South Tyrol and Northern Ireland. After a first theoretical part, I will focus on the government and on the President of the Autonomous Province of Bolzano/Bozen and on First and the Deputy First Ministers and the executive of Northern Ireland, describing the institutions and their historical development. The final comparative part will refer to the political context in both areas to explain the causes of power-sharing executives’ (in)stability. In complex regional consociations, this is directly influenced by the nature of autonomy: where autonomy is fixed by constitutional and international norms, the executive…

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The displacement of social Europe. The Spanish case

By on September 7, 2018

The economic crisis that has visited many European countries since 2008, and the austerity policies adopted in the framework of the new economic governance of the European Union, which emerged at the beginning of the second decade of the present century, it is throws into question the very existence of the Welfare State and with that the commitment to equality and the realization of social rights inherent to the European Social Model.

In this context, the paper focuses on, and seeks to analyze, the constitutional consequences of the economic crisis on the realisation of the social rights of citizens and…

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Andrea Buratti, Giuseppe Martinico, Oreste Pollicino, Giorgio Repetto, Raffaele Torino