Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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La protection de la propriété privée en droit international public (Volume 90)

(44,680 words)

Author(s): L. Bindschedler, Rudolf
L. Bindschedler, Rudolf Keywords: Property | Diplomatic protection | Public international law | Mots clefs: Propriété | Protection de nationaux à l étranger | Droit international public | ABSTRACT Rudolf Bindschedler says in 1956 that the expropriation of private property is certainly nothing new. It is not today that the State appropriates property previously owned by individuals, including entire enterprises or even branches of industrial facility. The frequent absence or inadequacy of the allowances granted to the intere…

Some Considerations upon the Protection of Individuals in International Law (Volume 90)

(24,248 words)

Author(s): Parry, Clive
Parry, Clive Keywords: State responsibility | Diplomatic protection | Mots clefs: Responsabilité des Etats | Protection de nationaux à l étranger | ABSTRACT After an introduction to the development of the theme of the protection of individuals by international law, the author focuses on the issue of the theoretical bases of protection and responsibility. He examines the relationship between protection and nationality, and then the protection of individuals by and against international organizations. Après une introduction consacrée au développement du thème de la pro…

La protection diplomatique des personnes morales (Volume 102)

(37,381 words)

Author(s): Paul De Visscher, M.
Paul De Visscher, M. Keywords: Legal persons | Diplomatic protection | Mots clefs: Personnes morales | Protection de nationaux à l étranger | ABSTRACT Paul de Visscher begins his course with a presentation of general concepts of legal personality. He describes the recent changes (in 1961) in the field of diplomatic protection (limitation of diplomatic protection by the tendency to recognize the individual as a direct subject of the international legal system, functional protection exercised by international organizatio…