Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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La décision dans la Communauté économique européenne (Volume 134)

(36,104 words)

Author(s): Teitgen, Pierre-Henri
Teitgen, Pierre-Henri Keywords: European Economic Community | Decisions | Decision-making | Mots clefs: C.E.E. | Décisions | ABSTRACT For Pierre-Henri Teitgen, the study of the decision (in a broader sense of the term) in the European Economic Community, like the study of the decision in any other international organization, mainly comes down to the examination of two problems: what is the autonomy of the decision-making power of the community compared to the Member States of the Community? To what extent do the …

La mise en œuvre au niveau national des arrêts et des décisions internationaux (Volume 165)

(51,464 words)

Author(s): Giardina, Andrea
Giardina, Andrea Keywords: Judgments | International law and domestic law | Decisions | Mots clefs: Arrêts | Droit international et droit interne | Décisions | ABSTRACT Andrea Giardina’s course is divided in order to highlight the evolution of international and national practice in the implementation of international judgments and decisions. After a preliminary examination of conventional solutions and international attempts in the concerned field, the author focuses on the practice of the automatic implementation of int…

Decisions of International Organs as a Source Of International Law (Volume 94)

(36,726 words)

Author(s): Tammes, A.J.P.
Tammes, A.J.P. Keywords: International organizations | Decisions | Public international law | Sources of law | Mots clefs: Organisations internationales | Décisions | Droit international public | Sources | ABSTRACT A.J.P. Tammes devotes a course to the Decisions of International Organs as a Source of International Law. The author begins with a study of the introduction of a new legislative technique, which is not retained as a source of international law by Article 38 of the Statute of the ICJ. The author next focuses on hyb…