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State Succession in Africa: Selected Problems (Volume 200)

(51,360 words)

Author(s): Makonnen, Yilma
Makonnen, Yilma Keywords: Africa | State succession | South West Africa | Mots clefs: Afrique | Succession d états | Sud-Ouest africain | ABSTRACT Yilma Makonnen, from the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Geneva, builds his course on selected issues of State succession in Africa into three main chapters. The first concerns general problems of State succession, with particular emphasis on issues related to the definition, types of State succession and theories of State succession. The autho…

Création et disparition de l’État (à la lumière du démembrement de trois fédérations multiethniques en europe) (Volume 279)

(64,156 words)

Author(s): Degan, Vladimir-Djuro
Degan, Vladimir-Djuro Keywords: Europe | Newly-independent states | Recognition of states | State succession | Mots clefs: Europe | Etats nouveaux | Reconnaissance des Etats | Succession d états | ABSTRACT Vladimir-Djuro Degan, Professor Emeritus of the University of Rijeka, asks a certain number of questions in the introduction to his course: is there such a thing as an international community at the present time, and can it be claimed that this community is in itself a subject of international law? What is the importance of…

La succession d’États (Volume 262)

(153,103 words)

Author(s): Stern, Brigitte
Stern, Brigitte Keywords: State succession | Mots clefs: Succession d états | ABSTRACT Brigitte Stern, Professor at the University of Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne) starts her course on State Succession with a global overview in order to identify the terms of the discussion caused by the question of "State Succession": first of all the identification of the semantic framework, which leads Professor Stern to specify the vocabulary used, which she feels often lacks meticulousness (chapter I) ; identification of a…