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La conciliation internationale (Volume 18)

(51,745 words)

Author(s): Efremoff, J.
Efremoff, J. Keywords: International conciliation | Mots clefs: Conciliation internationale | ABSTRACT Jean Efremoff writes in the introduction to his course in 1927 that Europe is in an urgent need for peace and security to heal the still bleeding wounds of the Great War. However, he continues, the hatred of nations and of classes, revived by the War and its consequences, is still too acute. It is done by reconciling the divergent aspirations and opposing interests of the peoples who inhabit it that Europe…

Organisation de la conciliation comme moyen de prévenir les guerres (Volume 59)

(40,079 words)

Author(s): Efremoff, Jean
Efremoff, Jean Keywords: International conciliation | Mots clefs: Conciliation internationale | ABSTRACT While Europe, Asia, and the whole world are again under the threat of war, notes Jean Efremoff in 1937, it is necessary to speak about one of the most efficient ways of protecting people from this scourge, as it opens up the possibility of satisfying their vital requirements and their just national aspirations, without sending the flower of their youth to death and without attracting the disaster of gene…

Contemporary Developments in Legal Techniques in the Settlement of Disputes (Volume 180)

(23,532 words)

Author(s): W. Bowett, D.
W. Bowett, D. Keywords: Judicial settlement of international disputes | International conciliation | Mots clefs: Règlement judiciaire des différends internationaux | Conciliation internationale | ABSTRACT D.W. Bowett begins his course on contemporary developments in the field of legal techniques of settlement of disputes with a description of the principle of dispute settlement through legal means. The author focuses on the conciliation and its relations between the law and the legal process. Finally, he examines the pr…