Current Issue

Issue 21 2018-07-26T10:28:48+00:00

Editorial
New Publishing Regulations

By: Prof. Badria A. Al-Awadi
Editor-In-Chief

Starting with this issue, the journal wishes to publish its new publishing regulations, which were recently adopted by the Editorial Board after careful examination and evaluation. It has been sent directly to a number of researchers and to all the referees with whom the journal deals in order to implement these regulations and ensure adhering to them as they review and evaluate new research submitted for publication.
The Editorial Board decided to activate these regulations immediately, the following September being the point this process’s commencement. Therefore, the researches published in September will be presented in accordance with the new regulations, both in terms of form and content, with the following issues going along the same approach.
It has also been decided to include as many of the approved research as possible in the current issues as well as contacting researchers in order to amend their researches in accordance with the new regulations, noting that this does not detract from the value of these researches, on the contrary, it helps to highlight the main ideas of their research and to demonstrate the value it adds to the field.            Read Full Text

Content

The Crime of Aggression in International Criminal Law

Dr. Saleh Nasser Al Otaibi
Associate Professor – Private Law Department – KILAW

Constitutional Reforms in Jordan after the Arab Spring

Dr. Wafaa Bader Al Malek Al Sabah
Assistant Professor – Law Department – College of Business Studies – PAAET – Kuwait

The responsibility of the real estate developer in Qatari law- Study in the law of regulation of real estate development No. 6 of 2014

Prof. Mahmoud Abdel Rahman Mohamed
Professor of Civil Law, Kuwait International Law School

Minister and Ministry in the Saudi Administrative Organization Dr. Ibrahim Alhudaithy

Prof. Adnan Ibrahim Sarhan
Professor of Civil Law – Assistant Director for of University of Sharjah – Branch Affairs and Dean of the College of Community – Former Dean of the School of Law – UAE

The right to take Countermeasures and their Appropriateness As an option to Respond to Hostile Cyber Attacks

Prof. Mohamed Arfan Alkhatib
Law Department – Professor of Civil Law – Ahmad bin Mohammad Military College – Qatar – Doha School of Law – University of Damascus – Syria

Guarantees of suspension according to Algerian law of Criminal Procedure

Dr. Kamal Abdul Rahim Al Alawain
Associate Professor – School of Law – University of Jordan

Recent judicial developments in appealing the State contracts ” Comparative Study ”

Dr. Farijah Mohamed Hisham
Lecturer specializing in International Criminal Law – School of Law and Political Sciences – University of Msila – Algeria

The right to Vote and to Candidate between Constitution and the law in Kuwait

Dr. Alaa Al-Mistrihi
Assistant Professor of Civil Law – School of Law – University of Jadara – Jordan

Recent judicial developments in appealing the State contracts ” Comparative Study ”

Dr. Sami Hamdan Al-Rawashdeh
Associate Professor of Criminal Law – School of Law – University of Qatar

The right to Vote and to Candidate between Constitution and the law in Kuwait

Dr. Bakr A. F. Al-Serhan
Associate Professor – Head of Private Law Department – School of Law – University of Sharjah – Sharjah – United Arab Emirates

The right to Vote and to Candidate between Constitution and the law in Kuwait

Dr. Ardit Memeti
Assistant Professor – Kuwait International Law School

Recent judicial developments in appealing the State contracts ” Comparative Study ”

Dr. Nora Memeti
Assistant Professor – Kuwait International Law School