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L’admission de nouveaux membres à la Société des Nations et à l’Organisation des Nations Unies (Volume 80)

(33,744 words)

Author(s): Feinberg, Nathan
Feinberg, Nathan Keywords: United Nations | Accession | League of Nations | Mots clefs: Nations Unies | Accession | Société des Nations | ABSTRACT The question of the admission of new members to the League of Nations and to the United Nations reflects the deplorable tension in contemporary international relations and the prevailing atmosphere of mistrust. In this course, Nathan Feinberg examines the relevant provisions of the Covenant of the League of Nations and the United Nations Charter by bringing out what is commo…

Le domaine réservé. L’organisation internationale et le rapport entre droit international et droit interne cours général de droit international public (Volume 225)

(188,819 words)

Author(s): Arangio-Ruiz, Gaetano
Arangio-Ruiz, Gaetano Keywords: United Nations | Judicial competence | International law and domestic law | League of Nations | Public international law | Mots clefs: Droit international public | Nations Unies | Droit international et droit interne | Société des Nations | Compétence étatique | ABSTRACT General Course on Public International Law by Gaetano Arangio-Ruiz, Professor at the University of Rome, focuses on the notion of domestic jurisdiction as a limit to the activity of international legal and political bodies. However, it also t…

Contribution à l’étude du droit international fiscal actuel: le rôle des organisations internationales dans le règlement des questions d’impôts entre les divers Etats (Volume 86)

(44,545 words)

Author(s): Chrétien, M.
Chrétien, M. Keywords: United Nations | International fiscal law | League of Nations | Mots clefs: Nations Unies | Droit fiscal international | Société des Nations | ABSTRACT Mr. Chretien writes it is impossible to understand the progressive development of international tax law, which in 1954 is a relatively new science, without knowing the activity exercised by the international organizations worldwide in the solution of the main problems of tax law between the States and their nationals (natural persons and legal persons…