Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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Les formes contemporaines de l’esclavage (Volume 336)

(68,598 words)

Author(s): Decaux, Emmanuel
Decaux, Emmanuel Keywords: Slavery | Abolition | International law | Human trafficking | Forced labour | Crimes against humanity | International responsibility | Mots clefs: Esclavage | Droit international | Travail force | Crimes contre l'humanité | Responsabilité internationale | ABSTRACT The course of Emmanuel Decaux, Professor at the University of Paris II, focuses on public international law relating to slavery, which does not constitute a historical review of the issue of slavery. The abolition of slavery has not only been linked…

La théorie de la responsabilité internationale (Volume 68)

(40,014 words)

Author(s): G. Cohn, M.
G. Cohn, M. Keywords: International responsibility | Mots clefs: Responsabilité internationale | ABSTRACT The Theory of International Responsibility aims at the rules according to which a State can enforce legal rights against another State in respect to its action in international issues affecting the so-called sovereign rights, notes M.G. Cohn. The author starts his study by a presentation of the general sociological and psychological foundations of the aspect of responsibility and their application to the…

La responsabilité internationale de l’individu (Volume 280)

(109,701 words)

Author(s): Abellán Honrubia, Victoria
Abellán Honrubia, Victoria Keywords: Individuals | International responsibility | International law | Mots clefs: Individus | Responsabilité internationale | Droit international | ABSTRACT The object of the course of Victoria Abellán Honrubia, Professor at the University of Barcelona, is to study the international responsibility of the individual according to public international law. Professor Abellán Honrubia proposes to clarify up to what point the standards for international responsibility of the individual can be…