9 ACDI [i] (2016)

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VOLUMEN 9 (2016)


ARTICULOS


      Consecuencias jurisdiccionales asociadas a la multiplicación de tribunales
       internacionales: ¿en qué consisten los potenciales riesgos? Carlos Bellei Tagle (Chile)

       Jurisdictional Consequences Associated with the Multiplication of International
       Tribunals: What Are the Potential Risks? Carlos Bellei Tagle (Chile)


      La Corte Internacional de Justicia y Brasil: una reconciliación necesaria, Juliette
       Robichez y André Lamartin Montes (Brasil)

       The International Court of Justice and Brazil: a Necessary Reconciliation, Juliette
       Robichez and André Lamartin Montes (Brazil9

      Comentarios a la sentencia del caso Whaling in the Antárctic, Australia c. Japón,
       Fernando Villamizar Lamus (Chile)

       Commentaries on the Decision in the Case Whaling in the Antarctic, Australia v.
       Japan, Fernando Villamizar Lamus (Chile)


      Constitucionalismo global, control de convencionalidad y el derecho a huelga en
       Chile, Gonzalo Aguilar Cavallo (Chile)

       Global Constitutionalism, Control of Conventionality and the Right to Strike in Chile,
       Gonzalo Aguilar Cavallo (Chile)


      Derecho Internacional de los Derechos Humanos y Derecho al agua: una perspectiva
       brasilera, César Yip y Mariana Yokoya (Brasil)

       International Human Rights Law and the Right to water: a Brazilian Perspective,
       César Yip and Mariana Yokoya (Brazil)

      Perspectiva interamericana sobre la afectación de la libertad de menores en
       procedimientos migratorios, Fernando Arlettaz (España)

       An inter-American Prespective on the Rights of Minors in Migration Proceedings,
       Fernando Arlettaz (Spain)

      La protección internacional de la objeción de conciencia: análisis comparado entre
       sistemas de derechos humanos y perspectivas en el sistema interamericano, María
       Carmelina Londoño Lázaro y Juana Inés Acosta (Colombia)

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