1/2024

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA: (IMPRACTICAL) POLICY AND (IL)LOGICAL LAW

There are numerous issues of the constitutional system of Bosnia and Herzegovina which are controversial. They are often conditioned by the author’s ideological and political views, but also by different theoretical approaches to the analyzed problems. These are fundamental questions of every constitutional . . .

1/2024

LOBBYING AND/OR TRADING IN INFLUENCE

In this article, the author discusses the relatively new Lobbying Act that was enacted in the Republic of Serbia in 2019. According to the author's point of view, this Act is not in alignment with the Criminal Code, and the necessary amendments to the Criminal Code have not been made following the adoption . . .

1/2024

FORCED PREGNANCY IN THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW

The main purpose of this paper is to examine the crime of forced pregnancy within the framework of the International Criminal Law (ICL). The author notes that acts of sexual violence, including forced pregnancy, have long been neglected in the system of international criminal justice. The crime of forced . . .

1/2024

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND TOTALITARIANISM

After the introduction, the first part of the paper is devoted to defining the concepts of artificial intelligence and totalitarianism, where the importance of distinguishing between the current (machine learning) and the projected (superintelligence) phase in the development of artificial intelligence, . . .