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La technique parlementaire des relations internationales (Volume 56)

(28,561 words)

Author(s): Mirkine-Guetzêvitch, Boris
Mirkine-Guetzêvitch, Boris Keywords: Parliaments | International relations | Foreign policy | Mots clefs: Parlement | Relations internationales | Politique étrangère | ABSTRACT Boris Mirkine-Guetzevitch explains in his introduction to the course that a study of the parliamentary technique of international relations involves an analysis of the different forms of participation of parliaments in the conduct of foreign policy. The author successively presents the evolution of the representative regime from the point of v…

Entre multilatéralisme et unilatéralisme: l’autorisation par le conseil de sécurité de recourir à la force (Volume 339)

(179,121 words)

Author(s): Sicilianos, Linos-Alexandre
Sicilianos, Linos-Alexandre Keywords: United Nations | Security Council | Charter | Use of force | International relations | Collective security | Mots clefs: Nations Unies | Conseil de sécurité | Charte | Force | Relations internationales | Sécurité collective | ABSTRACT In the introduction to his course, Linos-Alexandre Sicilianos, Associate Professor at the University of Athens, notes that the theme of the Security Council's authorization to use force lies at the centre of two contradictory trends that mark contemporary evolution of…

Les relations internationales de voisinage (Volume 79)

(37,613 words)

Author(s): Andrassy, Juraj
Andrassy, Juraj Keywords: Transfrontier co-operation | International relations | Rights and duties of States | Mots clefs: Coopération transfrontalière | Relations internationales | Droits et devoirs des Etats | ABSTRACT Juraj Andrassy points out in the introduction to his course that if the international law contains provisions on the right of neighborhood in the sense of the mandatory rules applicable to cases of damage caused by cross-border facts, it must be recognized that these rules cover only a very modest field of a…

The Normative Role of the General Assembly of the United Nations and the Declaration of Principles of Friendly Relations with an Appendix on the Concept of International Law and the Theory of International Organisation (Volume 137)

(130,860 words)

Author(s): Arangio-Ruiz, Gaetano
Arangio-Ruiz, Gaetano Keywords: United Nations | General Assembly | International relations | Declarations | Mots clefs: Nations Unies | Assemblée générale | Relations internationales | Déclarations | ABSTRACT The course of Gaetano Arangio-Ruiz, Professor at the University of Bologna, is devoted to the study of some legal problems related to the Declaration of Principles on Friendly Relations and Cooperation among States, incorporated in resolution 2625 (XXV) of 24 October 1970. Le cours de Gaetano Arangio-Ruiz, professeur à l'Université de Bologne est consacré à …

La presse et les relations politiques internationales (Volume 45)

(53,794 words)

Author(s): Butter, Oscar
Butter, Oscar Keywords: Press | International relations | Mots clefs: Presse | Relations internationales | ABSTRACT Oscar Butter writes that the press has become an instrument of political government, a means of influence. Millions of people in modern States are increasingly interested in public life, journals have become an effective means of harmony and union or, unfortunately, also a means of disharmony and enmity. To account for this phenomenon, the author successively studies the relations between foreign …

Intervention In International Law A Study Of Some Recent Cases (Volume 103)

(27,659 words)

Author(s): Fawcett, J.E.S.
Fawcett, J.E.S. Keywords: Intervention | Use of force | International relations | Mots clefs: Intervention | Relations internationales | ABSTRACT J. E. S. Fawcett points out in the introduction to his course that intervention is an old political custom and perhaps even a political necessity. The author’s task is to describe and compare some recent intervention cases (in 1961) and to see what they clarify the rules governing the intervention and what the limits are. After general considerations on the intervention, …

L’amitié internationale Les phases critiques de son ancienne histoire (Volume 78)

(19,979 words)

Author(s): Paradisi, Bruno
Paradisi, Bruno Keywords: Public international law | International relations | History | Mots clefs: Droit international public | Relations internationales | Histoire | ABSTRACT Bruno Paradisi in 1951 points out that the term "international friendship" has almost completely lost its legal content and significance. Although the States continue to conclude friendship treaties, it should be recognized that their significance for modern legal organization is rather limited. They serve only to emphasize, at the time of a so…

Communautés européennes et pays en voie de développement (Volume 210)

(63,876 words)

Author(s): Vignes, Daniel
Vignes, Daniel Keywords: Developing countries | European Economic Community | International relations | Mots clefs: Pays en voie de développement | C.E.E. | Relations internationales | ABSTRACT Daniel Vignes, Director of Development Cooperation at the Council of the European Communities, focuses in his course on two issues. The first issue is the concept of development cooperation under the Lomé III Convention, which is devoid of any political dogmatism, based on basic principles, objectives, and rules - some of which are…

Aggression, Intervention and Self-Defence in Modern International Law (Volume 136)

(30,863 words)

Author(s): M. Schwebel, S.
M. Schwebel, S. Keywords: Aggression | Self-defence | Use of force | International relations | Intervention | Mots clefs: Agression | Défense légitime | Force | Relations internationales | Intervention et non-intervention | ABSTRACT S.M. Schwebel's course deals with the issues of aggression, intervention, and self-defence in the context of the question of the definition of aggression. After a first chapter on the need and importance of the definition of the concept of aggression, the author examines several types of approaches t…

Droits de l’homme et relations internationales (Volume 97)

(45,633 words)

Author(s): Hamburger, Ernest
Hamburger, Ernest Keywords: Human rights | International relations | Mots clefs: Droits de l homme | Relations internationales | ABSTRACT The course of Ernest Hamburger aims to clarify the relationship between the historical development of two phenomena: international relations and human rights. The goal of Ernest Hamburger's study is to draw attention to a field of research that has not been sufficiently explored so far, to open up perspectives and to make suggestions to scholars. The author begins his course by f…

Les relations extérieures des communautés européennes Contribution à la doctrine de la Personnalité des organisations internationales (Volume 103)

(77,488 words)

Author(s): Pescatore, Pierre
Pescatore, Pierre Keywords: International relations | European Economic Community | Mots clefs: C.E.E. | Relations internationales | ABSTRACT Pierre Pescatore explains in this course that economic integration necessarily entails the need for unity of action in external relations. The author therefore examines the legal form given to the Communities in order to make them fit for action in the sphere of external relations. After a historical review of the external relations of international organizations, the autho…

The United Nations and International Law-Making Opening Lecture, Public International Law Session, 2012 (Volume 362)

(10,617 words)

Author(s): H. Arsanjani, Mahnoush
H. Arsanjani, Mahnoush Keywords: United Nations | Public international law | International law | Development of international law | International relations | International politics | Charter of the United Nations (San Francisco, 26 June 1945) | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT International law has been developing and expanding its scope remarkably in the last few decades. The United Nations is entitled to considerable credit for signal past law-making accomplishment. This opening lecture commences with a note on the Charter of the United Nation…

Le Problème De La Sécurité Internationale (Volume 49)

(21,868 words)

Author(s): Bourquin, Maurice
Bourquin, Maurice Keywords: International peace and security | Use of force | International relations | Mots clefs: Sécurité internationale | Force | Relations internationales | ABSTRACT Maurice Bourquin notes in the introduction to his course that the problem of security takes on an almost obsessive look in the quiet and confused world of the post-war period. Its influence acts on all the great international negotiations, and since it was implemented, the League of Nations has seen it emerge at every turn of the road. W…

Genèse et structure de la société internationale (Volume 96)

(29,874 words)

Author(s): Truyol Y Serra, Antonio
Truyol Y Serra, Antonio Keywords: Sociology | Public international law | International relations | Mots clefs: Sociologie | Droit international public | Relations internationales | ABSTRACT Antonio Truyol y Serra explains that the study he undertakes in this course confines on the borders of the sociology of international law and the theory of international relations. He begins his research with a presentation of the concept of international society. He then discusses the genesis and evolution of global international soc…

L’évolution de la réglementation de la guerre a la lumière de la sauvegarde des droits de l’homme (Volume 137)

(36,546 words)

Author(s): Migliazza, Alessandro
Migliazza, Alessandro Keywords: Human rights | Laws of war | Use of force | International relations | International humanitarian law | Mots clefs: Droits de l homme | Droit de la guerre | Force | Relations internationales | ABSTRACT Alessandro Migliazza states that from the beginning of civilization, men faithful to the spirit of humanity have multiplied their efforts to prevent war and to regulate armed conflict. The efforts have laid the foundations of people`s rights: jus ad bellum and jus in bello are the first and perhaps the mo…

International Law and International Relations (Volume 285)

(89,846 words)

Author(s): Slaughter, Anne-Marie
Slaughter, Anne-Marie Keywords: International law | International relations | Nongovernmental organizations | Mots clefs: Droit international | Relations internationales | Organisations non-gouvernementales | ABSTRACT Anne-Marie Slaughter, Professor at Harvard University, devotes her course to the relation between international law and international relations. In the first part Professor Slaughter examines the principal theories concerning international relations. Professor Slaughter examines in particular what interna…

The Regulation of the Use of Force by Individual States in International Law (Volume 81)

(21,359 words)

Author(s): H. M. Waldock C.M.G. O.B.E. Q.C., C.
H. M. Waldock C.M.G. O.B.E. Q.C., C. Keywords: Use of force | International relations | Mots clefs: Force | Relations internationales | ABSTRACT C. H. M. Waldock devotes his course to the regime of the use of force by States in international law. After presenting the issue in the light of international custom, he examines the regime established by the system of the League of Nations, and then the state of the issue under the Charter of the United Nations. He then focuses on the issue of legitimate-defense and self-def…

L’emploi de la force dans la jurisprudence des tribunaux internationaux (Volume 331)

(58,269 words)

Author(s): Pinto, Mónica
Pinto, Mónica Keywords: United Nations | Security Council | Charter | Use of force | International relations | Self-defence | International Court of Justice | Case-law | Mots clefs: Nations Unies | Conseil de sécurité | Chartre | Force | Relations internationales | Défense légitime | Cour internationale de Justice | Jurisprudence | ABSTRACT The course of Mrs. Monica Pinto, Professor at the University of Buenos Aires, proposes to retrace the history of the characterizations of the use of force in the light of the jurisprudence of international court…

International Law, Power, and Policy: A Contemporary Conception (Volume 82)

(39,085 words)

Author(s): S. Mcdougal, Myres
S. Mcdougal, Myres Keywords: Public international law | International relations | Legal theory | Mots clefs: Droit international public | Relations internationales | Théorie du droit | ABSTRACT After an introduction to the tasks of a politically-oriented law in the 1950s, Myres S. McDougal presents the inadequate aspects of contemporary theory about international law. He then discusses public international law as a research framework as it relates to world social and power contexts and processes. Finally, he focuses on the…

L’interdiction du recours a la force. Le principe et les problèmes qui se posent (Volume 78)

(41,672 words)

Author(s): Wehberg, Hans
Wehberg, Hans Keywords: Use of force | International relations | Mots clefs: Force | Relations internationales | ABSTRACT In his course, Hans Wehberg explores the extent to which the evolution of international law is reflected in jus belli at the time of writing the course, what has been achieved so far, and the gaps that remain to be filled in this area. After a chapter devoted to the war according to scholastic doctrine, the author examines the law of war in European public law, the Kellogg Pact, the prohibitio…
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