Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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La Convention pour lʼassistance financière aux États victimes dʼagression (Volume 34)

(30,678 words)

Author(s): John Fischer Williams, Sir
John Fischer Williams, Sir Keywords: States | Aggression | Financial and technical aid | Mots clefs: Etats | Agression | Aide financière | ABSTRACT The author proposes here the study of a current episode in the legal history. The Convention on Financial Assistance was only a project under preparation, which was to be submitted in September 1930 to the Assembly of the League of Nations. The author begins his course with an examination of the origins and importance of the draft Convention on financial assistance. He then…

Les espaces maritimes et le pouvoir des États (Volume 122)

(23,097 words)

Author(s): Scerni, Mario
Scerni, Mario Keywords: States | Sea | Competence | Mots clefs: Etats | Espace maritime | Compétence | ABSTRACT Mario Scerni thus defines the subject of his course: the Maritime Areas and the Power of the States. It consists of the critical examination of rules in 1968, which govern the different areas of the sea. The waters of the sea, which draw so much maritime areas, are the internal waters, the territorial sea, the contiguous area, the adjacent sea, and finally the high sea. The author proceeds to the study of these different areas. Mario Scerni définit ainsi l'objet de son cours : …

La volonté de l’État en droit international (Volume 310)

(159,395 words)

Author(s): Kamto, Maurice
Kamto, Maurice Keywords: States | Will | Public international law | Mots clefs: Etats | Volonté | Droit international public | ABSTRACT In his general course on public international law, Maurice Kamto, Professor at the University of Yaoundé II, presents a detailed study of the will of the State in public international law. After a thorough review of the concepts of State and will in international legal thinking, Professor Kamto observes that, contrary to the claim of the followers of the radical and exclusivist volun…

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

(62,291 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…

La conception de l’État et de l’ordre légal dans l’Islam (Volume 75)

(31,278 words)

Author(s): Milliot, Louis
Milliot, Louis Keywords: States | Islamic law | Islam | Public law | Mots clefs: Etats | Droit islamique | Islam | Droit public | ABSTRACT In the seventh century, Louis Milliot writes in the introduction to his course, the Orient, a fertile land of beliefs, gave birth to one more religion: Islam. But Islam is not only a religion. It is a culture, in the modern sense of expression, that is, a civilization. We have, in particular, the author continues, legal institutions marked by a great originality. Louis Milliot identifies two issues of great importance: the State and the legal order. Au VIIe s…

La communauté internationale (Volume 3)

(38,419 words)

Author(s): S. Reeves, Jesse
S. Reeves, Jesse Keywords: States | Relations | Public international law | Mots clefs: Etats | Relations | Droit international public | ABSTRACT Jesse Reeves proposes in this course to examine the nature of the International Community. In an effort to bear in mind the very facts of international life, the author sought the fundamental data or major principles that enabled him to establish a valid hypothesis, at least in the field of international law. After observations on the method employed, the author examines Grot…

La notion d’État intéressé en droit international (Volume 255)

(46,647 words)

Author(s): Quéneudec, Jean-Pierre
Quéneudec, Jean-Pierre Keywords: States | Interested party | International law | Mots clefs: Etats | Intéressé | Droit international | ABSTRACT Jean-Pierre Queneudec, Professor at the University of Paris I, notes in the introduction of his course that the concept of a concerned State, which according to the author needs to be demonstrated empirically, is a concept that allows "to revisit" many aspects of contemporary international law. Whether it concerns international organisations law, interstate relations law, tr…

Revolution and Restitution: Foreign States in National Courts (Volume 326)

(21,534 words)

Author(s): Collins, Lawrence
Collins, Lawrence Keywords: States | Government | Claims | Restitution | Cases | Trials | Mots clefs: Etats | Gouvernement | Réclamations | Restitution | Affaires | Litige | ABSTRACT This course of Lawrence Collins, Lord Justice of Appeal, concerns the political or public law claims made by States in foreign courts and begins with mentioning two claims about 150 years apart, involving two colourful characters, Louis Kossuth of Hungary and President Obiang of Equatorial Guinea. After presenting an historic overview of the fac…

Immunities of Foreign States before National Authorities (Volume 149)

(47,258 words)

Author(s): Sucharitkul, Sompong
Sucharitkul, Sompong Keywords: Sovereign immunities | Mots clefs: Etats | Immunités diplomatiques et consulaires | Droit international public | Juridiction | ABSTRACT The objective of Sompong Sucharitkul’s course on the Immunities of Foreign States Before National Authorities is to examine the exact nature and scope of immunity of States from a purely legal and analytical perspective, with some references to historic developments. To do this, the author presents a legal analysis of immunity of foreign States as well …

Les bases fondamentales de la Communauté des États (Volume 63)

(36,464 words)

Author(s): Bilfinger, Carl
Bilfinger, Carl Keywords: States | Public international law | Mots clefs: Etats | Droit international public | ABSTRACT There is one word of Goethe in an allusion, which refers to the nature of conversation of Madame de Stael, notes Carl Bilfinger: “Philosophizing, in the world, indicates conversing in an animated manner on unresolvable problems”. One can be tempted to affirm the same thing about a conversation on the fundamental bases of human rights. There is, perhaps, a way of getting away, continues the autho…

L’idée moderne de l’État (Volume 13)

(25,336 words)

Author(s): Krabbe, H.
Krabbe, H. Keywords: States | Executive power | Political science | Mots clefs: Etats | Pouvoir exécutif | Sciences politiques | ABSTRACT Hugo Krabbe indicates in the introduction to his course that the subject of the Modern Idea of the State brings us into contact with the problem that constitutes the essence of political science, namely the foundation of the State. Power has three successive foundations: it was first founded on the nature of a community. The foundation of political power was then sought in a person…

Les caractères sociologiques de la communauté humaine (Volume 67)

(35,120 words)

Author(s): Théodore Ruyssen, M.
Théodore Ruyssen, M. Keywords: Sociology | International law | States | International economic relations | Mots clefs: Sociologie | Droit international | Etats | Relations internationales économiques | ABSTRACT Theodore Ruyssen, in this course, intends to seek to what extent and under which formation of the human community constitutes a league in the strictest sense of the term. After a presentation of the sociological issue and the novelty of the idea of human community, the author focuses on the economic community, spiritual community, and finally the political community. Théodor…

Quelle place pour l’État dans le droit international d’aujourd’hui? (Volume 347)

(20,479 words)

Author(s): Salmon, Jean
Salmon, Jean Keywords: States | Sovereignty | Competence | Globalization | Legal personality | Public international law | European Union | Mots clefs: Etats | Souveraineté | Compétence | Mondialisation | Personnalité juridique | Droit international public | Union européenne | ABSTRACT Jean Salmon, Professor Emeritus at the Université libre de Bruxelles, was convinced, while attending Paul Reuter’s doctoral course on international organizations in Paris in 1955, that the sovereign State was destined to disappear and would otherwise be re…