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The Doctrine of Jurisdiction in International Law (Volume 111)

(60,160 words)

Author(s): A. Mann, F.
A. Mann, F. Keywords: Jurisdiction | International law | Rights and duties of States | Legislation | Mots clefs: Juridiction | Droit international | Droits et devoirs des Etats | Législation | ABSTRACT Frederick devotes his course to the doctrine of jurisdiction in international law. After a first chapter devoted to the definition of the concept of jurisdiction, the author examines the doctrine of legislative jurisdiction from a general point of view and then from a special point of view. He examines the enforcement jurisdiction. Frederick consacre son cours à la doctrine de la …

The Rights and Duties of States (Volume 97)

(36,119 words)

Author(s): J. Alfaro, Ricardo
J. Alfaro, Ricardo Keywords: Rights and duties of States | Mots clefs: Droits et devoirs des Etats | ABSTRACT Starting from the idea that all jurists agree that the State is composed of three elements, namely a population, a territory, and a legal order or a political organization within which the human community governs itself freely without any other control or limitation than those of international law, Ricardo Alfaro begins his course on the Rights and Obligations of States by presenting the theory of fundamen…

Les relations internationales de voisinage (Volume 79)

(37,844 words)

Author(s): Andrassy, Juraj
Andrassy, Juraj Keywords: Transfrontier co-operation | International relations | Rights and duties of States | Mots clefs: Coopération transfrontalière | Relations internationales | Droits et devoirs des Etats | ABSTRACT Juraj Andrassy points out in the introduction to his course that if the international law contains provisions on the right of neighborhood in the sense of the mandatory rules applicable to cases of damage caused by cross-border facts, it must be recognized that these rules cover only a very modest field of a…