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The Place Of Neutrality in the Modern System Of International Law Five Lectures (Volume 80)

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Author(s): Titus Komarnicki, Mr.
Titus Komarnicki, Mr. Keywords: Neutrality | Mots clefs: Neutralité | ABSTRACT International law determines only the minimum obligations of neutrals toward belligerents. In this course, the author first examines neutrality in its classic and pure form and deals with the two principal features of neutrality: abstention and impartiality. Next, he addresses the questions of whether a state could be considered neutral while abstaining from any participation in sanctions and whether the position of Members appl…

La neutralité et la Société des Nations (Volume 17)

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Author(s): B. Whitton, John
B. Whitton, John Keywords: League of Nations | Neutrality | Mots clefs: Société des Nations | Neutralité | ABSTRACT John B. Whitton points out in the introduction to his course that the experiences of the Great War clearly demonstrate the obsolescence of the concepts of neutrality as previously identified, at least in general practice. It is true, the author notes, that the laws of neutrality are subjected to serious violations by both the combatants during the recent conflict. This observation leads the author to…

Aspects contemporains de la neutralité (Volume 121)

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Author(s): Schindler, Dietrich
Schindler, Dietrich Keywords: Neutrality | Mots clefs: Neutralité | ABSTRACT Dietrich Schindler points out in the introduction to his course that the conditions to which neutrality is responded are transformed in many ways in the twentieth century. New situations have emerged, which all have the effect of questioning an institution of neutrality or making its application more difficult. However, according to the author, it is quite obvious that, contrary to an opinion that has spread especially at the end…

Nations Unies et neutralite Cours A L’Académie De La Haye Juillet 1956 (Volume 89)

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Author(s): Chaumont, Charles
Chaumont, Charles Keywords: United Nations | Neutrality | Mots clefs: Nations Unies | Neutralité | ABSTRACT Charles Chaumont points out in the introduction to his course that history shows that there can be a place for neutrality in the peace organization, established in a homogeneous way and that in particular in the United Nations, there is an evolution of the legal and practical system of collective security that has emphasized the real complexity of this concept. But if this is the case, the author explains…

La rébellion et le droit international : le principe de neutralité en tension (Volume 374)

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Author(s): Corten, Olivier
Corten, Olivier Keywords: Rebellions | Neutrality | Secession | Right of self-determination | Civil waIntervention | International law | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT Rebellion is not considered to be contrary to general international law, which is commonly referred to as the "principle of neutrality." In this course, Olivier Corten aims to expose the logic that allows us to better understand the evolution of the phenomenon of rebellion and its apprehension by international law. The author discusses the tensions that constant…

Essai sur la neutralité permanente (Volume 67)

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Author(s): Dollot, René
Dollot, René Keywords: Neutrality | Mots clefs: Neutralité | ABSTRACT Neutrality is the situation of a State, which remains voluntarily strange to a war between two or several neighboring or distant countries, notes Rene Dollot in the introduction to his course. It represents an essentially modern legal concept. The author successively studies the neutralities of Switzerland, Belgium, and Luxemburg. He then focuses on local territorial neutrality, the servitude of permanent neutrality affecting an Island …

Quelques aspects du développement des règles de la neutralité (Volume 64)

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Author(s): Boye, Thorvald
Boye, Thorvald Keywords: Neutrality | Mots clefs: Neutralité | ABSTRACT The subject of Thorvald Boye’s course is to deal with the historical development of the rules of neutrality, and specially, of the rules of trade and navigation of neutrals during maritime warfare. For this purpose, he comments on the historical events which are the source and the people to whom merit comes back more particularly. He particularly focuses on the Hague Conventions of 1907 and formulates a few observations on the issue o…