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La responsabilité des États a raison des crimes et délits commis sur leur territoire au préjudice d’étrangers (Volume 36)

(24,949 words)

Author(s): Dumas, Jacques
Dumas, Jacques Keywords: Criminal offences | State responsibility | Mots clefs: Délits | Responsabilité des Etats | ABSTRACT Jacques Dumas begins his course by explaining why the territorial laws are insufficient to ensure the repression of the offenses committed against foreigners. He then asks whether and under what conditions the State of the place of the offense is liable to the State of the victim’s nationality. The author focuses on the possible causes of irresponsibility, on the rules to follow to implemen…

La répression des crimes contre la personnalité de l’état (Volume 33)

(62,257 words)

Author(s): V. Pella, Vespasian
V. Pella, Vespasian Keywords: States | National security | Criminal offences | International criminal law | Mots clefs: Etats | Sécurité | Délits | Droit pénal international | ABSTRACT In this study, Vespasian V. Pella examines the extent of criminal protection afforded to the fundamental interests of the State. After an overview of the crimes against the personality of the State, the author studies the criminal protection of the interests of the State in positive law: the crimes against the international personality of the…

Crimes et délits contre la sûreté des États étrangers (Volume 16)

(46,412 words)

Author(s): Bourquin, Maurice
Bourquin, Maurice Keywords: Safety | Criminal offences | International criminal law | Mots clefs: Sûreté | Délits | Droit pénal international | ABSTRACT Maurice Bourquin observes that whatever opinion that one professes with respect to the fundamental rights of the State, and particularly of the "right of conservation", one fact is indisputable: Every State community has the right to defend itself against companies that would threaten its existence. In the first part of his course, the author focuses on the rights of …