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La conclusion et la rédaction des traités et des instruments diplomatiques autres que les traités (Volume 15)

(41,860 words)

Author(s): Basdevant, Jules
Basdevant, Jules Keywords: Law on conclusion of international treaties | Mots clefs: Droit de conclure des traités | ABSTRACT Jules Basdevant shows that the practice of drafting diplomatic instruments other than treaties is uncertain, hesitant, and contradictory. The first part of his study deals with the conclusion and drafting of treaties: negotiation and signature, context, content drafting, ratification, recent practices and transformations (in 1926). The second part of the study deals with the drafting of dip…

Territorial Entities Other than Independent States in the Law of Treaties (Volume 125)

(33,944 words)

Author(s): J. Lissitzyn, Oliver
J. Lissitzyn, Oliver Keywords: Federal states | Law of treaties | Law on conclusion of international treaties | Colonies | Non-self-governing territories | Autonomous territories | Mots clefs: Etats fédéraux | Droit des traités | Droit de conclure des traités | ABSTRACT Oliver Lissitzyn devotes his course to the establishment in the law of treaties the territorial entities other than independent states: members of composite States, dependent States, colonial territories, mandated territories, and some other entities with a form of inter…

Bilateral Agreements Concluded by the European Community (Volume 309)

(125,047 words)

Author(s): Maresceau, Marc
Maresceau, Marc Keywords: European Union | Bilateral agreements | Law on conclusion of international treaties | Treaties | Mots clefs: Union européenne | Accords bilatéraux | Droit de conclure des traités | Traités | ABSTRACT Marc Maresceau, professor at Ghent University and the University of Brussels, clarifies that he does not want to provide a theory of European Community treaty-making in his course, but that he aims to offer a basic insight into what is now a well-established but complex practice regarding bilateral agreement…