The Papers collected in this booklet were contributed by guests and fellows joining the annual seminar series at the Centre of Research on International Organizations (CRIO) Worshop, and intended as a Student Reader from the course on Selected Topics in Public International Law (STiPIL) at University of Catania Law School. Through these years, teaching and research have been developed at the Catania CRIO Workshop with a focus on state of the art presentation of Public International Law and several materials have been produced both by distinguished scholars and young researchers as well as by senior students involved in the seminars. This collection series aims at showing how Public International Law is moving from a traditional scheme (oriented to a maximization of State sovereignty protection) towards a new equilibrium, in which non-state actors as well as transnational and human rights litigations matter more and more. [Publisher's Text]
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