Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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The Supervisory Jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice: International Arbitration and International Adjudication (Volume 258)

(141,742 words)

Author(s): Michael Reisman, W.
Michael Reisman, W. Keywords: International Court of Justice | Jurisdiction | Mots clefs: Cour internationale de Justice | Juridiction | ABSTRACT This course of W. Michael Reisman, Professor at Yale University, New Haven, is concerned with the identification and analysis of a particular form of jurisdiction assigned to the International Court of Justice: the international judicial supervision of international arbitration. In the framework of this study Professor Reisman pays particular attention to the sometimes ver…

Judicial Settlement of Disputes Jurisdiction and Justiciability (Volume 221)

(68,088 words)

Author(s): McWhinney, Q.C., Edward
McWhinney, Q.C., Edward Keywords: International Court of Justice | Jurisdiction | Mots clefs: Cour internationale de Justice | Juridiction | ABSTRACT Edward McWhinney, Professor at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, devotes his course to judicial settlement of disputes. After an examination of contemporary conceptions of the role of judicial settlement of disputes, the author examines the contemporary international legal process and the dichotomy between law and politics. Next, he studies the jurisdiction of the In…

La condition juridique des navires de commerce (Volume 10)

(81,786 words)

Author(s): Fedozzi, Prospero
Fedozzi, Prospero Keywords: Ships | Jurisdiction | Territorial sea | Mots clefs: Navires | Juridiction | Mer territoriale | ABSTRACT The study of Prospero Fedozzi concerns the legal status of foreign commercial ship in the territorial waters of the State and domestic commercial ship in foreign territorial waters: in other words, the author examines the problem of the limits of jurisdiction, in relation to commercial ship, and of the laws and jurisdiction of the State on which the ship depend by virtue of their nationality. L'étude de Prospero Fedozzi concerne la condition juridi…

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 …

The Doctrine of Jurisdiction in International Law (Volume 111)

(60,160 words)

Author(s): A. Mann, F.
A. Mann, F. Keywords: Jurisdiction | International law | Rights and duties of States | Legislation | Mots clefs: Juridiction | Droit international | Droits et devoirs des Etats | Législation | ABSTRACT Frederick devotes his course to the doctrine of jurisdiction in international law. After a first chapter devoted to the definition of the concept of jurisdiction, the author examines the doctrine of legislative jurisdiction from a general point of view and then from a special point of view. He examines the enforcement jurisdiction. Frederick consacre son cours à la doctrine de la …

The Jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice (Volume 76)

(33,010 words)

Author(s): Hambro, Edvard
Hambro, Edvard Keywords: International Court of Justice | Jurisdiction | Mots clefs: Cour internationale de Justice | Juridiction | ABSTRACT The purpose of Edvard Hambro’s course on the Jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice is to clarify a number of issues related to the settlement of international disputes. After a presentation of the general aspect of international tribunals and the sources of law in general, the author focuses on the jurisdiction ratione personae of the Court and then on the jurisdi…

Human Rights and Domestic Jurisdiction (Article 2, § 7, of the Charter) (Volume 124)

(28,032 words)

Author(s): Ermacora, Felix
Ermacora, Felix Keywords: United Nations | Charter | Human rights | Jurisdiction | Mots clefs: Nations Unies | Charte | Droits de l homme | Juridiction | ABSTRACT The course of Felix Ermacora is based on a problem of crucial significance related to the relations between national law and international law, and more particularly, to the law of international organizations. The author, in the first instance, focuses on domestic jurisdiction in general. He then studies the general aspects of human rights in connection with dome…