Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law

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Les transformations du droit administratif international (Volume 34)

(22,507 words)

Author(s): José Gascon y Marin, M.
José Gascon y Marin, M. Keywords: International administrative law | Mots clefs: Droit administratif international | ABSTRACT Jose Gascon Y Marin begins his course on the Transformations of International Administrative Law with a presentation of this branch of international law and the diversity of the authors' opinions about it. The author then presents in a classical way the sources of international administrative law, the bodies of the international administration, and the normative activity of the League of Nations. José Gascon Y Marin commence son cours sur les trans…

Principes du droit international administratif (Volume 51)

(33,629 words)

Author(s): Négulesco, Paul
Négulesco, Paul Keywords: Legal principles | International administrative law | Mots clefs: Droit administratif international | ABSTRACT Paul Negulesco focuses on the Principles of International Administrative Law with a general introduction to international administration and its role. The author then presents a method of the science of international administrative law and analyzes the general theory of public service in international administration. The author then analyzes an economic means and a legal means …

The Law of Global Governance (Volume 368)

(88,555 words)

Author(s): Benvenisti, Eyal
Benvenisti, Eyal Keywords: Global governance | International organizations | International administrative law | Human rights | Decision-making | Sovereignty | International law | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT This course aims to have a broad understanding of global governance, and starts, after a short introduction, by explaining the emergence of global governance and the corresponding need to regulate it. Therefore, the normative basis for regulation of global governance is studied, first the ultra vires doctrine, then human rig…