Notebooks of International Law
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The publication Notebooks of International Law appeared in the last trimester of the year 2003, under the aegis of the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences within the University “Eftimie Murgu” of Reşiţa and of the Romanian Society for the Protection of Cultural Assets Reşiţa. The latter is a NGO with the national headquarters in the town of Reşiţa, created in 1996, and its goals are, among others, the dissemination of the legal norms with international and internal character that settle the protection of the cultural assets in times of peace or armed conflict. The society has been - since 1997 – a full member of the International League of the National Societies for the Protection of Cultural Assets, with the headquarters in Fribourg-Switzerland, together with similar organisms from Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Italy and Spain. The topics of the magazine is focused, as it results also from its name, on the segment defined by international law and its derivative issues, in a context in which, even if the opening of Romania towards international relations is well-known, such publications are still scarce. The apparition of the magazine was determined by the need of specialists or interested persons to know the international norms, as well as by the desire to put at their disposal a carrier of expression (by publishing articles or presenting interventions forwarded during international symposiums) that could shortly become focused on the target segment. In order to facilitate the specialists’ access from abroad to the publication, it is published in two languages, the second language being one of international circulation, or that of the author of the article, if it is different. As our efforts were well appreciated, after the apparition of the second issue, representatives of AEXEA of Paris proposed us the co-operation in a scientific partnership that we accepted and concretised, both through creating a subsidiary of the Editors’ Board in Paris and by co-opting the Association to join the two founding institutions: the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences and the Romanian Society for the Protection of the Cultural Assets Reşiţa. By this approach the review aims at covering a well-defined sector, addressed to the specialists from different scientific domains of activity, domains among which, of course, the juridical aspects find their obvious place.
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