Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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The Evolving International Regime of Nuclear Non-Proliferation (Volume 321)

(66,292 words)

Author(s): Shaker, Mohamed Ibrahim
Ibrahim Shaker, Mohamed Keywords: Nuclear weapons | Proliferation | Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (London, Moscow, Washington, D.C., 1 July 1968) | Disarmament | Nuclear tests | Nuclear energy | International regime | Mots clefs: Armes atomiques | Prolifération | Traité sur la non-prolifération des armes nucléaires (1968) | Désarmement | Essais nucléaires | Energie nucléaire | Régime international | ABSTRACT Mohamed Ibrahim Shaker, Vice-President of the Egyptian Council for Foreign Affairs, reports in this article on Evolving Internatio…

Le régime juridique des navires de commerce (Volume 30)

(29,548 words)

Author(s): Pearce Higgins, A.
Pearce Higgins, A. Keywords: Ships | International regime | Mots clefs: Navires | Régime international | ABSTRACT Pearce Higgins explains that two rules of international law are of fundamental importance and primarily determine the legal regime of commercial vessels on the high seas in times of peace. The first of the two rules is that the high seas cannot become the property of any State. The second rule is that jurisdiction must be exercised exclusively as a general rule by each State over people or property b…

Régime international des zones franches dans les ports maritimes (Volume 21)

(17,751 words)

Author(s): Haas, R.
Haas, R. Keywords: Ports | Free zones | International regime | Mots clefs: Ports | Zones franches | Régime international | ABSTRACT Robert Haas notes that processing zone regimes are far from being the same everywhere. Administrative institutions are characterized under the same single name and show, with analogies, indisputable differences. A precise definition of processing zones in ports in 1928 is impossible. However, Robert Haas points out, the processing zone can usefully be considered as a fraction of territor…

Le régime international du Danube (Volume 011)

(29,228 words)

Author(s): Blociszewski, J.
Blociszewski, J. Keywords: Danube River | International regime | Water | Mots clefs: Régime international | ABSTRACT J. Blociszewski points out in the introduction to his course that the Danube is, after the Volga, the longest river in Europe. The author examines the international legal regime. After the presentation of general concepts, the author presents the Danube regime as it has emerged from the end of the 18th century to the Crimean War. The author focuses on the Treaty of Paris of 30 March 1856 and its e…

The Quest for World Order and Human Dignity in the Twenty-first Century: Constitutive Process and Individual Commitment General Course on Public International Law (Volume 351)

(129,304 words)

Author(s): Michael Reisman, W.
Michael Reisman, W. Keywords: International law | International regime | Development of international law | Decision-making | Sovereignty | Human rights | Subjects of international law | Individuals | Use of force | Mots clefs: Droit international | Régime international | Développement du droit international | Prise de décisions | Souveraineté | Droits de l'homme | Sujets du droit international | Individus | Force | ABSTRACT The point of these lectures, given in 2012, is to elaborate a framework to understand the place of practitioners, and others affected by …

Le régime international des détroits maritimes (Volume 45)

(25,315 words)

Author(s): E. Hill, Charles
E. Hill, Charles Keywords: Straits | International regime | Mots clefs: Détroits | Régime international | ABSTRACT Charles E. Hill explains in the introduction to his course that the claims of certain States, which were once excessive, to an exclusive jurisdiction on the straits, are now calmed down. He continues that this is true for the Straits of Magellan, Gibraltar, Messina, Dardanelles, Sea of Marmara and Bosphorus, as well as for the Great and the Little Belt and the Danish Oresund. The author studies the …

Le régime international de l’Escaut (Volume 21)

(32,708 words)

Author(s): Siotto Pintor, M.
Siotto Pintor, M. Keywords: Scheldt River | International regime | Water | Mots clefs: Escaut | Régime international | ABSTRACT Manfredi Siotto Pintor begins his study of the International Scheldt Regime with a presentation of the essential general data and a historical overview of the problem of freedom of inland navigation. He focuses on the Treaty of Versailles and the Barcelona Act, and then describes the special position of the Scheldt, the issues it raises and the position as it appeared in 1928. Manfredi Siotto Pintor commence son étude du régime international de l'Esca…

Le régime international des ports (Volume 15)

(52,781 words)

Author(s): Laun, Rudolf
Laun, Rudolf Keywords: Ports | International regime | Mots clefs: Ports | Régime international | ABSTRACT Rudolf Laun explains that ports are a series of facilities for the transshipment of people or goods sometimes from land to water, sometimes from water to land, and sometimes from a means of water transport to another similar means of transport. The author examines the international regime of ports by beginning with a presentation of the concept of port and the different types of ports. The first part of the course is focused on seaports and the second part on inland ports. On entend par …