Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


Your search for 'tei_propername:"Réserves"' returned 3 results. Modify search

Sort Results by Relevance | Newest titles first | Oldest titles first

Reservations to the Acceptance of Compulsory Jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice (Volume 93)

(49,684 words)

Author(s): W. Briggs, Herbert
W. Briggs, Herbert Keywords: International Court of Justice | Compulsory jurisdiction | Reservations | Mots clefs: Cour internationale de Justice | Juridiction obligatoire | Réserves | ABSTRACT Herbert W. Briggs' course deals with Reservations in Declarations Accepting the Compulsory Jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice. The author begins with a study of the legal nature of reservations. He presents the condition of reciprocity, including the Court’s opinion in this regard. Finally, he focuses on the issue o…

Reservations to Treaties (Volume 146)

(44,424 words)

Author(s): M. Ruda, J.
M. Ruda, J. Keywords: Reservations | Treaties | Mots clefs: Réserves | Traités | ABSTRACT J. M. Ruda points out in the introduction to his course that the question of reservations to multilateral treaties has been one of the most controversial subjects of contemporary international law. The author aims in his course to show how the international law has to change for dealing with this issue, and aims to confirm that law is not and should never be an end in itself, but only a mode of regulating society or a com…

Reservations to Treaties (Volume 103)

(36,514 words)

Author(s): W. Bishop, Jr., William
W. Bishop, Jr., William Keywords: Reservations | Treaties | Mots clefs: Réserves | Traités | ABSTRACT William Bishop devotes his course to Reservations to Treaties. After a definition of the concept of reservations in the introduction, the author examines the practice concerning acceptance of reservations in bilateral treaties and multilateral treaties. He also focuses on the distinction between reservation, interpretation, and declaration. He discusses the question of the reservation clauses, and then presents…