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Les problèmes coloniaux et les classiques espagnols du droit des gens (Volume 86)

(49,959 words)

Author(s): G. F. Castañón, César
G. F. Castañón, César Keywords: Colonies | Spain | Colonialism | Mots clefs: Colonies espagnoles | Espagne | Colonialisme | ABSTRACT Cesar G.F. Castanon writes in the introduction to his course that if colonies and colonial problems, although with a different nomenclature, remain in 1954, even with the transformations naturally produced by the time and modalities of the 1950s, which in some way is reminiscent of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, it seems beyond doubt that it is of utmost interest to study, in a…

Le statut juridique actuel des dominions britanniques dans le domaine du droit international (Volume 19)

(88,411 words)

Author(s): Noel Baker, Philip
Noel Baker, Philip Keywords: Great Britain | Colonies | Statutes | Mots clefs: Grande-Bretagne | Colonies britanniques | Statuts | ABSTRACT Philip Noel Baker explains that no one had seriously suggested that the "British Dominions" could have a distinct position or personality of their own in the field of international law until the year 1924, Oppenheim was the first of the leading authors to make an authoritative statement on this subject. The author reports on the legal status of the British Dominions by beginning…

Le régime des étrangers dans les colonies (Volume 61)

(29,107 words)

Author(s): Baron Frederik Mari van Asbeck, Le
Baron Frederik Mari van Asbeck, Le Keywords: Colonies | Aliens | Mots clefs: Colonies | Etrangers | ABSTRACT The subject of Frederik Mari van Asbeck's course is The Regime of Foreigners in the Colonies under international law. It is therefore an issue of the international law of foreigners seen on the colonial level, from the point of view of colonial communities. The author begins with a historical study of this issue. The author then presents the colonial aspect of the regime of foreigners, before looking at th…

Les rapports de droit public entre la métropole et les colonies, dominions et autres territoires d’outre-mer (Volume 55)

(24,755 words)

Author(s): Moresco, E.
Moresco, E. Keywords: Colonies | Overseas territories | Mots clefs: Colonies | Territoires d'outre-mer | ABSTRACT In the first title, the author notes that the regimes of colonies are essentially authoritarian regimes. The author begins with a presentation of the position of the French Empire (composition of the Empire and organization of overseas territories, and relations between metropolis and overseas territories). He then focuses on the position of the Dutch Empire (composition of the Empire and organizati…

Territorial Entities Other than Independent States in the Law of Treaties (Volume 125)

(33,941 words)

Author(s): J. Lissitzyn, Oliver
J. Lissitzyn, Oliver Keywords: Federal states | Law of treaties | Law on conclusion of international treaties | Colonies | Non-self-governing territories | Autonomous territories | Mots clefs: Etats fédéraux | Droit des traités | Droit de conclure des traités | ABSTRACT Oliver Lissitzyn devotes his course to the establishment in the law of treaties the territorial entities other than independent states: members of composite States, dependent States, colonial territories, mandated territories, and some other entities with a form of inter…