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La Révolution de 1848 et le droit international (Volume 72)

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Author(s): Bastid, Paul
Bastid, Paul Keywords: France | Revolutions | 1848 | International law | Human rights | Mots clefs: France | Révolutions | 1848 | Droit international | Droits de l homme | ABSTRACT According to Paul Bastid, although not as important as the date of 1789, the date of 1848 can only be compared to it for the importance of its repercussions in the field of relations between States. In a first chapter, the author analyzes the elements of problems in the international order due to the 1848 Revolution. He then examines its action in t…

La Révolution Française et le Droit International actuel. Conférence prononcée le 25 juillet 1989 (Volume 214)

(5,489 words)

Author(s): Dupuy, René-Jean
Dupuy, René-Jean Keywords: France | Revolutions | Public international law | Mots clefs: France | Révolutions | Droit international public | ABSTRACT In this conference devoted to the French Revolution in its relations with contemporary international law, Rene-Jean Dupuy, Professor at the College de France, is interested on one hand in revolutionary universalism (Universal Declaration of Rights of Man and of the Citizen and pacifist ideology) and on the other hand in nationalism (sovereignty of the nation-state and r…

L’influence de la révolution française sur le développement du droit international dans l’Europe orientale (Volume 22)

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Author(s): Mirkine-Guetzévitch, B.
Mirkine-Guetzévitch, B. Keywords: Eastern Europe | Revolutions | Development of international law | Mots clefs: Europe orientale | Révolutions | Développement du droit international | ABSTRACT After a presentation of the method of study of the history of international law, the author focuses on the relations between the old regime and the French Revolution in international relations. He then presents the principle of the unity of public law and discusses the international problems in Eastern Europe. The continuation of t…