Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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La doctrine de la reconnaissance en droit international et ses développements récents (Volume 44)

(38,646 words)

Author(s): John Fischer Williams, K. C., Sir
John Fischer Williams, K. C., Sir Keywords: Recognition of states | Mots clefs: Reconnaissance des Etats | ABSTRACT The issue of recognition in international law is generally accepted as having high significance in international law, writes Sir John Fischer Williams. After a presentation of general considerations on recognition, particularly in the history of international law, the author focuses on the issue of recognition of governments as international sanction. He then studies a few recent developments in 193…

Théorie et pratique de la fonction exécutive en droit international (Volume 55)

(35,245 words)

Author(s): Scelle, Georges
Scelle, Georges Keywords: Rule of law | Public international law | Enforcement | Recognition of states | Mots clefs: Règle de droit | Droit international public | Exécution | Reconnaissance des Etats | ABSTRACT Georges Scelle points out in the introduction that the subject of this course is as vast as the international law itself, as it could be called: The effectiveness of the rule of law. At first, the author presents the theory of international legal order and social functions, and particularly the executive function. He then…

Contemporary Aspects of Recognition (Volume 130)

(40,016 words)

Author(s): M. Blix, H.
M. Blix, H. Keywords: Recognition of states | Mots clefs: Reconnaissance des Etats | ABSTRACT Hans Blix asks what happens if an ambassador opens the letter from an unrecognized State or a government? What happens if he returns the letter or burns the letter? Is there anything other than physical actions? The author intends to answer to these questions on the Contemporary Aspects of Recognition in his course. After a presentation of the practical problems, definitions, and theories of recognition, the author ex…

Création et disparition de l’État (à la lumière du démembrement de trois fédérations multiethniques en europe) (Volume 279)

(64,156 words)

Author(s): Degan, Vladimir-Djuro
Degan, Vladimir-Djuro Keywords: Europe | Newly-independent states | Recognition of states | State succession | Mots clefs: Europe | Etats nouveaux | Reconnaissance des Etats | Succession d états | ABSTRACT Vladimir-Djuro Degan, Professor Emeritus of the University of Rijeka, asks a certain number of questions in the introduction to his course: is there such a thing as an international community at the present time, and can it be claimed that this community is in itself a subject of international law? What is the importance of…

La naissance et la reconnaissance des États (Volume 13)

(27,430 words)

Author(s): Erich, R.
Erich, R. Keywords: Recognition of states | Mots clefs: Reconnaissance des Etats | ABSTRACT Rafael Erich devotes his course to the Birth and Recognition of States. After a study of international people, the author addresses the issue of the birth of new states, which is a historical fact that does not depend on recognition. He then focuses on the recognition of these new States, the forms and conditions of recognition, and the issue of the relationship between recognition and admission to the League of Nation…

Relations internationales de droit privé en l’absence de reconnaissance d’un État, d’un gouvernement ou d’une situation (Volume 192)

(86,733 words)

Author(s): Verhoeven, Joe
Verhoeven, Joe Keywords: Recognition of states | Private international law | Mots clefs: Reconnaissance des Etats | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT Joe Verhoeven, Professor at the Catholic University of Louvain, notes in the introduction to his study that every legal system contains "recognitions", which express multilateral wills to which the law committed to particular effects. Solutions to (non) recognition issues raised in private international relations will be sought almost exclusively in national case law…

Les gouvernements de fait (Volume 4)

(54,293 words)

Author(s): Gemma, Scipione
Gemma, Scipione Keywords: Recognition of states | Mots clefs: Reconnaissance des Etats | ABSTRACT Since the Government is a necessary instrument for a State to establish and maintain relations with foreign States, it is permissible to ask what happens to relations between States, irrespective of their Government, especially when it is a de facto government. It is to this issue that Scipione Gemma dedicates the course. After a study of the relations between the government and the state at the time of its forma…