CYIL vol. 12 (2021)
of competition policy in cybersecurity. Two contributions address the impacts of the CJEU case law on the field of freedom of establishment in the EU and on the right to be forgotten. This volume again includes special sections on international nuclear law and on problems of the Covid-19 pandemic in health law. According to its tradition, Volume 12 of the CYIL heavily covers many aspects of private international law and international investment law, including the modernization of the Energy Charter Treaty, universal, regional, and national ways of the regulation of jurisdiction and arbitration agreements, as well as a contribution on the possible implications of the recent Komstroy judgement. The Yearbook also covers the Czech practice of international law, in particular, a list of treaties ratified by the Czech Republic, a report on the recent works of the International Law Commission, book reviews, and a survey of the Czech international law bibliography. As usual, the authors of this publication, who are from academia and legal practice, come from both Czech and foreign institutions. This volume includes several contributions from foreign professors and researchers, coming from or teaching in Armenia, Austria, Lithuania, Slovakia, Portugal, Russia, Ukraine, and the United States. As to the Czech institutions involved, these include Charles University in Prague, Palacký University in Olomouc, Masaryk University in Brno, Institute of Law of the Czech Academy of Sciences, the University of Economics in Prague, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Industry and Trade, as well as some private law firms. This publication appears thanks to a continuing financial subsidy to the Czech Society of International Law from the Council of Scientific Societies of the Czech Republic. We are also grateful for the generous financial support from the law firm Skils (Prague). We also wish that this volume of the Czech Yearbook will find many readers and we are already looking forward to new authors and new contributions for our next volume in 2022. We are also grateful for any comments or suggestions on how to improve the quality of this journal.
Prof. Pavel Šturma Editor-in-Chief
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