Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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Chinese Contemporary Perspectives on International Law History, Culture and International Law (Volume 355)

(76,656 words)

Author(s): Hanqin, Xue
Hanqin, Xue Keywords: China | Public international law | International law | Sovereignty | International obligations | Human rights | Sustainable development | Multilateralism | Regionalism | Mots clefs: Chine | Droit international public | Droit international | Souveraineté | Obligations internationales | Droits de l'homme | Développement durable | Multilatéralisme | Régionalisme | ABSTRACT This class, given in 2012, starts with an introspection of the attitude of China towards international law in the last 60 years. The attention of the lecturer i…

L’article 103 de la Charte des Nations Unies (Volume 367)

(105,163 words)

Author(s): Kolb, Robert
Kolb, Robert Keywords: United Nations | Charter of the United Nations (San Francisco, 26 June 1945) | Member states | International agreements | International obligations | Obligations of the state | International law | Hierarchy | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT This course, after a brief general introduction, begins by explaining the conceptual and historical environment of Section 103. Two purposes and two objectives stand out clearly: to map the general place of article 103 in the context of current trends towards the "verticalization" of t…

Responsabilité de l’État pour violation des obligations positives relatives aux droits de l’homme (Volume 333)

(128,544 words)

Author(s): Pisillo Mazzeschi, Riccardo
Pisillo Mazzeschi, Riccardo Keywords: Human rights | International obligations | Infraction | State responsibility | Mots clefs: Droits de l’homme | Obligations internationales | Violation | Responsabilité des Etats | ABSTRACT Riccardo Pisillo Mazzeschi, Professor at the University of Siena, points out in the introduction to his course that the subject of positive obligations of States in the field of international human rights protection and the possible violation of obligations has acquired an increasing importance, both fr…

From Bilateralism to Community Interest in International Law (Volume 250)

(65,961 words)

Author(s): Simma, Bruno
Simma, Bruno Keywords: Bilateralism | International obligations | International law | United Nations | Charter | International community | Constitutionalism | Mots clefs: Bilatéralisme | Obligations internationales | Droit international | Nations Unies | Charte | Communauté internationale | Constitutionnalisme | ABSTRACT Earlier, traditional international law was left entirely in the hands of sovereign States, predicated on their bilateral legal relations. However, now, community interest has permeated the body of international law. In …

Le fondement du caractère obligatoire du droit international (Volume 23)

(31,709 words)

Author(s): Brierly, J.-L.
Brierly, J.-L. Keywords: International obligations | Public international law | Mots clefs: Obligations internationales | Droit international public | ABSTRACT J.-L. Brierly writes that the road to international progress has always been sufficiently obstructed by the multitude of particular national interests, the importance of which it is the duty of Statesmen to weigh up before their countries take the initiative in new experiments in international cooperation; however, the author continues, a reform of the theor…

Radiating Impact of WTO on Its Members’ Legal System: The Chinese Perspective (Volume 349)

(98,701 words)

Author(s): Wang, Guiguo
Wang, Guiguo Keywords: China | World Trade Organization | International obligations | International law and domestic law | Compliance | GATS Agreement (Marrakesh, 15 April 1994) | Services | International trade | TRIPS Agreement (Marrakesh, 15 April 1994) | Intellectual property | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT The World Trade Organization (“WTO”) resulted from globalization, through which national law provisions are internationalized and international norms are domesticated. The WTO does not permit reservation by its members who are obliged to ensu…