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Pouvoir scientifique et droit international (Volume 70)

(21,537 words)

Author(s): Bourquin, Maurice
Bourquin, Maurice Keywords: Science | Public international law | Technical sciences | Mots clefs: Sciences | Droit international public | Sciences techniques | ABSTRACT Maurice Bourquin points out in the introduction to his course that we are now looking at a contradiction. On one hand, the progress of science shows the anarchy of sovereignty as an anachronism incompatible with the needs of modern society; but on the other hand, the establishment of an effective international order is confronted with the resistance of …

Principes de la coopération intellectuelle internationale (Volume 009)

(33,175 words)

Author(s): Luchaire, Julien
Luchaire, Julien Keywords: Science | International co-operation | Mots clefs: Sciences | Coopération internationale | ABSTRACT Julien Luchaire begins his course on the Principles of International Intellectual Cooperation with some observations on intellectual work. He presents the conditions prevailing on the intellectual life in 1925, and then studies the problem of the improvement of the conditions of the intellectual work. The author devotes the last two chapters, respectively, to some principles of internat…

The Impact of Science on International Law (Volume 119)

(25,753 words)

Author(s): M. W. Mouton, DR.
M. W. Mouton, DR. Keywords: Science | International law | Technology | Mots clefs: Sciences | Droit international | Technologie | ABSTRACT M.W. Mouton begins his course on the Impact of Science on Private International Law by presenting the new dimensions and new domains of the issue (including the Polar Regions, the soil, seabed and its subsoil, air, and space). He focuses on new sources of energy, international rules on new devices (especially in telecommunications), the question of research, pollution, and questions about food, work, and health. M.W. Mouton commence son cours s…