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Nouvelles questions concernant la personnalité juridique internationale (Volume 179)

(59,488 words)

Author(s): A. Barberis, Julio
A. Barberis, Julio Keywords: Subjects of international law | Mots clefs: Sujets du droit international public | ABSTRACT Julio A. Barberis, Professor at the Catholic University of Buenos Aires, begins his course with a general study of international legal personality: he thus studies the concept of subject in international law, before proceeding to an examination of the international legal community. In the second part of his course, the author focuses on the situation, with regard to the international legal pers…

Les sujets du droit international et la responsabilité internationale Nouvelles tendances (Volume 84)

(93,048 words)

Author(s): Th. Eustathiades, Constantin
Th. Eustathiades, Constantin Keywords: Subjects of international law | Accountability | State responsibility | Mots clefs: Sujets du droit international | Responsabilité | Responsabilité des Etats | ABSTRACT Constantin Th. Eustathiades begins his course on the new trends affecting the concept of the subject of international law and the international responsibility with a study of the subjects of international law, within the framework of which, in particular, the problem of the individual subject of international law is ad…

The Quest for World Order and Human Dignity in the Twenty-first Century: Constitutive Process and Individual Commitment General Course on Public International Law (Volume 351)

(129,304 words)

Author(s): Michael Reisman, W.
Michael Reisman, W. Keywords: International law | International regime | Development of international law | Decision-making | Sovereignty | Human rights | Subjects of international law | Individuals | Use of force | Mots clefs: Droit international | Régime international | Développement du droit international | Prise de décisions | Souveraineté | Droits de l'homme | Sujets du droit international | Individus | Force | ABSTRACT The point of these lectures, given in 2012, is to elaborate a framework to understand the place of practitioners, and others affected by …

The Emancipation of the Individual from the State under International Law (Volume 358)

(75,106 words)

Author(s): Hafner, Gerhard
Hafner, Gerhard Keywords: Individuals | Subjects of international law | International law | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT By starting with an historical overview, the class looks into the position of the individual in international relations and international law. The development of an individual oriented approach in international law is linked to the emergence of democracy and accountability. After that, the issues related to legal duties imposed to individuals are studied, leading to a discussion on international crim…

Les sujets du droit international autres que les États (Volume 41)

(40,265 words)

Author(s): Siotto Pintor, Manfredi
Siotto Pintor, Manfredi Keywords: Subjects of international law | Mots clefs: Sujets du droit international public | ABSTRACT Manfredi Siotto Pintor begins the course on the Subjects of International Law other than the States with a study of the uncertainties of the doctrine on the scope and nuances of the concept of subject of international law. The author then studies the definitions from the subjective point of view and from the objective point of view of international law. The author later focuses on internat…

Les sujets non souverains du droit international (Volume 65)

(25,680 words)

Author(s): Berezowski, Cezary
Berezowski, Cezary Keywords: Subjects of international law | Sovereignty | Mots clefs: Sujets du droit international public | Souveraineté | ABSTRACT Cezary Berezowski points out that ultimately the doctrine of legal subjects reflects the very fair view that non-sovereign international subjectivity is one of the most difficult among the sensitive issues in the science of international law. After the presentation of general considerations on international subjectivity, the author discusses the categories of non-sover…