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L’extension de la doctrine de Monroe en Amérique du Sud (Volume 5)

(39,887 words)

Author(s): Planas-Suarez, Simon
Planas-Suarez, Simon Keywords: South America | Heads of State and Heads of government | Doctrines | Mots clefs: Amérique du Sud | Monroe (J.) | Doctrines | ABSTRACT Among the major international problems that have fascinated the world, says Simon Planas-Suarez, and more particularly America, none offers a greater interest than the problems raised by the Doctrine of Monroe, not only from the point of view of the practical politics, but also through the many and varied speculative studies to which it has given rise. The auth…

Francisco de Vitoria et l’école moderne du droit international (Volume 17)

(84,254 words)

Author(s): Barcia Trelles, Camilo
Barcia Trelles, Camilo Keywords: Francisco de Vitoria (1492-1546) | International law | Doctrines | Mots clefs: Vitoria (F. de) | Droit international | Doctrines | ABSTRACT Camilo Barcia Trelles explains in the introduction of his course that it takes the coincidence of two factors for Vitoria to be able to bequeath to posterity its "immortal doctrines": the appearance of new problems arising from recent realities (discovery and conquest of America), and the existence of an objective and a cultivated spirit ready to addr…

International Case Law in the Development of International Law (Volume 382)

(91,741 words)

Author(s): Bing Jia, Bing
Bing Jia, Bing Keywords: Development of international law | International law | International law and national law | Case-law | Stare decisis | Doctrines | Sources of law | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT This course offers an understanding of the place of international case law, and thus of precedent, in international law. The notion of precedent in an international scope is looked at while discussing it in both municipal and international law. Article 38(1) of the ICJ and the roles played by the various sources mentioned in it are exam…

The Principles of International Law in the Light of Confucian Doctrine (Volume 120)

(18,616 words)

Author(s): Iriye, Keishiro
Iriye, Keishiro Keywords: Confucianism | Doctrines | China | International law | Mots clefs: Confucius | Doctrines | Chine | Droit international | ABSTRACT Keisho Iriye dedicates his course to the Principles of International Law in the Light of Confucian Doctrine. After an introduction dedicated to interstate relations in the Chou period (around 1122-256 BC) during when Confucius lived (here, the author particularly presents the notion of Li, that needs to be distinguished from law), he successively studies the issues …

Commémoration du quatrième centenaire de la naissance de Grotius/Commemoration of the Fourth Centenary of the Birth of Grotius (Volume 182)

(38,865 words)

Author(s): Ago, H. Schiedermair, W. Riphagen, A. Truyol Serra, R. Feenstra, R.
Ago, H. Schiedermair, W. Riphagen, A. Truyol Serra, R. Feenstra, R. Keywords: Hugo Grotius (1583-1645) | Doctrines | Mots clefs: Grotius (H.) | Doctrines | ABSTRACT International Law in Grotius Concept The Influence of Grotius' Thought on the Ius naturale School Grotius and the New Law of the Sea Grotius in His Relations with the Spanish Classics of the Law of the People Grotius and European Private Law Le Droit international dans la Conception de Grotius The Influence of Grotius' Thought on the Ius naturale School Grotius and the New Law of the Sea Grotius dans…

Le renvoi en droit international privé contemporain (Volume 352)

(232,948 words)

Author(s): Davì, Angelo
Davì, Angelo Keywords: Renvoi | Private international law | Doctrines | Mots clefs: Renvoi | Droit international privé | Doctrine | ABSTRACT In this course, Angelo Davi devotes a few developments to the study of the field of application that modern regulations of conflict of laws grant to the renvoi as well as the examination of some of the rather complex problems of its practical operation. The author begins with an introduction to the evolution of ideas on the Doctrine on renvoi and then traces the origin of the pr…

Fernando Vazquez de Menchaca (1512-1569) L’école espagnole du droit international du XVIe siècle (Volume 67)

(35,749 words)

Author(s): Barcia Trelles, Camilo
Barcia Trelles, Camilo Keywords: Spain | International law | Doctrines | Legal history | Fernando Vazquez de Menchaca (1512-1569) | Mots clefs: Espagne | Droit international | Doctrines | Histoire du droit | ABSTRACT In his course, Camillo Barcia Trelles intends to study the international ideas of Fernando Vasquez de Menchaca, regarding which writes the author, there is a curious contradiction, in the sense that he was once most famous by his name and most neglected in his substance. After a presentation of the life and work of …

La doctrine de Monroe dans son développement historique particulièrement en ce qui concerne les relations interaméricaines (Volume 32)

(69,833 words)

Author(s): Barcia Trelles, Camilo
Barcia Trelles, Camilo Keywords: Heads of State and Heads of government | Doctrines | Mots clefs: Monroe (J.) | Doctrines | ABSTRACT Camilo Barcia Trelles points out that if the message read by President Monroe on 2 December 1823 was limited to reproducing principles that were then unanimously accepted in the Old World, this document would not have become historical. There is something specifically American in this passage. This results from the following triptych approach: no future colonization in America; the poli…

L’influence des idées de Machiavel (Volume 9)

(70,644 words)

Author(s): Benoist, Charles
Benoist, Charles Keywords: Niccolò Machiavelli (1469-1527) | Doctrines | Malta | Political science | Mots clefs: Machiavel (N.) | Doctrines | Malte | Sciences politiques | ABSTRACT Charles Benoist devotes his course to the Influence of Machiavelli’s Ideas on the doctrine and practice of the law of nations, or rather, he points out, to Machiavellianism and modern international life. After a presentation of Machiavellian Machiavellianism (place of Machiavellianism in history and distinction between true and false Machiavell…

La doctrine des qualifications et ses rapports avec le caractère national du conflit des lois (Volume 31)

(19,754 words)

Author(s): Bartin, E.
Bartin, E. Keywords: Qualifications | Doctrines | Private international law | Mots clefs: Qualifications | Doctrines | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT Etienne Bartin intends to explain in the course not precisely the question of qualifications, the solution he believes it entails, but rather the consequences of this theory of qualifications on the constitution of private international law, considered in all the problems that it raises. The author explains the relations of the theory of qualifications with the ch…

The Contribution of Latin American Legal Doctrine to the Progressive Development of International Law (Volume 376)

(31,258 words)

Author(s): Augusto Cançado Trindade, Antônio
Augusto Cançado Trindade, Antônio Keywords: Latin America | Public international law | International law | Development of international law | Codification | Doctrines | Peace conferences | The Hague | 1907 | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT The course begins with the development of international law in Latin America, with the International Conferences of American States, and focuses on the contribution of Latin American States to the two Hague Peace Conference of 1907, as they had projection in time. The author then focuses on subsequent end…

A Defense of Currie’s Governmental Interest Analysis (Volume 215)

(70,004 words)

Author(s): Hill Kay, Herma
Hill Kay, Herma Keywords: United States of America | Jurisconsults | Conflict of laws | Doctrines | Mots clefs: Etats-Unis d’Amérique | Juristes | Droit interrégional | Doctrines | ABSTRACT Herma Hill Kay, Professor at the University of California at Berkeley, devotes her course to a defense of Brainerd Currie’s approach to the determination of applicable law in private international law, as he developed it between 1958 and 1965, and called it governmental interest analysis. After a presentation of the historical context of …