Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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La juridiction et la jurisprudence de la Cour permanente de Justice internationale en matière de mandats et de minorités (Volume 59)

(38,502 words)

Author(s): Feinberg, Nathan
Feinberg, Nathan Keywords: Permanent Court of International Justice | Mandate | Trusteeship | Minorities | Mots clefs: Cour permanente de Justice internationale | Mandats | Régime de tutelle | Minorités | ABSTRACT The system of mandates and the system of minorities have this common feature, notes Nathan Feinberg, that they both tend to ensure better living conditions as well as certain rights and liberties to non-state authorities, authorities who in default are of a special legal guarantee related to their existence, would fi…

Les accords de tutelle (Volume 76)

(28,017 words)

Author(s): Vedovato, Giuseppe
Vedovato, Giuseppe Keywords: Trusteeship | Mots clefs: Régime de tutelle | ABSTRACT The purposes of the international regime referred to in chapters XII and XIII of the Charter of the United Nations, notes Giuseppe Vedovato, are formulated in general terms, and the regime is reserved for the trusteeship agreements to specify them and to specify by what authority and how they have to be achieved in relation to the particular conditions of each of the territories placed under this regime. The author begins wi…

Le système des mandats (Volume 29)

(23,039 words)

Author(s): Bentwich, Norman
Bentwich, Norman Keywords: League of Nations | Mandate | Trusteeship | Mots clefs: Société des Nations | Mandats | Régime de tutelle | ABSTRACT The course of Norman Bentwich deals with developments and problems in the warrant system as it emerged in 1929. The author explains in detail the system of government of the countries under mandate, especially in the territories under mandate detached from the former Ottoman Empire, of which he has a rather prolonged experience. The author successively presents the origin and h…