Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law

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Doctrine et pratique soviétiques en droit international privé (Volume 170)

(36,113 words)

Author(s): M. Bogouslavski, M.
M. Bogouslavski, M. Keywords: Soviet Union | Private international law | Mots clefs: Union des républiques socialistes soviétiques | Droit international privé | ABSTRACT Professor Bougoulavski’s course aims to present the subject and fundamental principles of the USSR’s private international law, branches of law and legal science, to expose its sources and modes of settlement, and to highlight its most fundamental principles as reflected in Soviet doctrine and practice. Soviet doctrine is based on the fact that the nor…

Soviet Joint Enterprises with Capitalist Firms and Other Joint Ventures between East and West: the Western Point of View (Volume 222)

(20,997 words)

Author(s): H. Carpenter, Jr., Russell
H. Carpenter, Jr., Russell Keywords: Soviet Union | Joint ventures | East - West | Mots clefs: Union des républiques socialistes soviétiques | Entreprises communes | OCCIDENT - ORIENT | ABSTRACT Several socialist countries had chosen to use joint ventures to open their economies to Western investment and capitalist enterprises. Several Eastern European countries had passed such laws in the 1970s, followed by China in 1979 and the Soviet Union in 1987. The main subject of Russel Carpenter`s course is Soviet Experience on Joint…

Les notions principales du droit des gens (La doctrine soviétique du droit international) (Volume 70)

(18,655 words)

Keywords: Soviet Union | Public international law | Mots clefs: Union des républiques socialistes soviétiques | Droit international public | ABSTRACT Serge Krylov begins his course with a presentation of the concept of international law as understood by the Soviet doctrine in 1947. The author then presents the sources of international law and the methods of international regulation. The author also focuses on the State as a subject of international law. Serge Krylov commence son cours par une présentation de la notion de droit international telle que l'entend la do…

La politique russe d’accès a la Méditerranée au XXe siècle (Volume )

(82,577 words)

Author(s): N. Mandelstam, André
N. Mandelstam, André Keywords: Soviet Union | Mediterranean Sea | Dardanelles | Straits | Mots clefs: Union des républiques socialistes soviétiques | Méditerranée | Dardanelles | ABSTRACT Andre Mandelstam begins his course with a presentation of Russia’s policy in the Straits during the period from 1900 to 1907. He then studies the Austro-Russian crises of 1908-1909, the Russia’s diplomatic action at Constantinople in 1911, and the policy followed by Russia in Balkans during the same year. He then focuses on Russia’s poli…

Soviet Joint Enterprises with Capitalist Firms and Other Joint Ventures between East and West (Volume 221)

(13,634 words)

Author(s): N. Orlov, Lev
N. Orlov, Lev Keywords: Soviet Union | Joint ventures | Mots clefs: Union des républiques socialistes soviétiques | Entreprises communes | ABSTRACT The course of Lev Orlov, Professor at the Moscow School of Business Administration, is devoted to Soviet joint enterprises with capitalist firms and other joint ventures between East and West. The professor approaches this issue from the point of view of the law of the USSR. He successively considers the main issues related to joint ventures, including the legal sources, …