International Law: A Treatise, 1. sējums

Pirmais vāks
Longmans, Green and Company, 1920
 

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Presumption against Conflicts between International and Muni
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cipal Law 24 Presumption of Existence of certain necessary Municipal Rules 25 Presumption of the Existence of certain Municipal Rules in conformi...
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Range of Dominion of International Law controversial
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Three Conditions of Membership of the Family of Nations
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Present Range of Dominion of the Law of Nations
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Treatment of States outside the Family of Nations
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European States
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Codification of the Law of Nations 30 Movement in favour of Codification
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Work of the First Hague Peace Conference
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Value of Codification of International Law contested 34 Merits of Codification in general 35 Merits of Codification of International Law 36 How Co...
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DEVELOPMENT AND SCIENCE OF THE LAW OF NATIONS 48 49 I Development of the Law of Nations before Grotius
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The Jews
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The Greeks
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The Romans 41 No Neod for a Law of Nations during the Middle Ages 42 The Fifteenth and Sixteenth centuries 52
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Development of the Law of Nations after Grotius
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The Time of Grotius
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The period 16481721
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The period 18561874
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States the Subjects of the Law of Nations
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Divisibility of Sovereignty contested
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BROT
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American States
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Meaning of Sovereignty in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Cen
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PAGE
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Composite International Persons
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Vassal States
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Selfgoverning Dominions
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SECT
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Conception of Neutralised States
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Source in contradistinction to Cause
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The former Papal States
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African States
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Asiatic States PAOE 188 189 190
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CHAPTER II
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Equality Rank and Titles
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Legal Equality of States 116 Political Hegemony of Great Powers 117 Rank of States
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The Alternat
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Titles of States 196 198 200 201
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Dignity
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Dignity a Quality
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Consequences of the Dignity of States 122 Maritime Ceremonials 203 204
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Independence and Territorial and Personal Supremacy 123 Independence and Territorial as well as Personal Supremacy as Aspects of Sovereignty 12...
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Restrictions upon Independence 127 Restrictions upon Territorial Supremacy 128 Restrictions upon Personal Supremacy
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Selfpreservation 129 Selfpreservation an Excuse for Violations
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What Acts of Selfpreservation are Excused 131 Case of the Danish Fleet 1807
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Case of The Caroline 1837
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Intercourse
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Conception of Conquest and of Subjugation
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Subjugation in contradistinction to Occupation
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Justification of Subjugation as a Mode of Acquisition
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Subjugation of the Whole or of a Part of Enemy Territory
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Consequences of Subjugation
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Veto of Third Powers
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CHAPTER III
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Conception of International Delinquencies
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State Responsibility for Acts of Private Persons
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CHAPTER IV
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The Two Purposes of the League
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Guarantee against Aggression
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Five Modes of Acquisition of Nationality
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Rivers
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Lakes and Landlocked Seas
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Maritime Belt
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Gulfs and Bays
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What Straits are Territorial
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Monarchs in the Service or Subjects of Foreign Powers
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13a American Punitive Expedition into Mexico 1916
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Prescription 242 Conception of Prescription 243 Prescription how effected
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Loss of State Territory 244 Six Modes of losing State Territory 245 Operation of Nature 246 Revolt 247 Dereliction
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Objections in general to the Constitution of the League
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How Verification of Flag is effected 268 How Visit is effected
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How Search is effected 270 How Arrest is effected
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Fisheries in the Open Sea free to all Nations
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Wireless Telegraphy on the Open
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19181920
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Nationality
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Naturalisation in especial
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PART II
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Double and Absent Nationality
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Reception of Aliens and Right of Asylum
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Recognition a Condition of Membership of the Family of Nations
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Aliens under the Protection of their Home State
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Extradition
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Extraditable Crimes
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Recognition timely and precipitato
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Reactionary Extradition Treaties
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THE OBJECTS OF THE LAW OF NATIONS
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Heads of States Objects of the Law of Nations
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Shipwreck and Distress on the Open Sea 421
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Presidents not Sovereigns
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BECT PAOE
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Negotiation
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Combined Legations
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Conception of Negotiation
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Observation
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Position of Diplomatic Envoys as regards Third States
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Exemption from Criminal Jurisdiction 561
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Delivery of Passports
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Consuls in nonChristian States
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446a The Casa Blanca Incident
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Limitation of Inviolability 562
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International Commissions
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Parties to Negotiation
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tiba
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Purpose of Negotiation 480 Negotiations by whom conducted 481 Form of Negotiation 482 End and Effect of Negotiation ation PAGE 641
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Congresses and Conferences
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Conception of Congresses and Conferences 484 Parties to Congresses and Conferences 485 Procedure at Congresses and Conferences 645
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Declaration
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Effectuation and Condition of Extradition
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Effect of Treaties upon Contracting Parties
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Hostages
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Position of Presidents in general
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PAGS
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Interpretation of Treaties
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CHAPTER III
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Geneva Convention
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The International Air Convention
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Important in contradistinction to Indifferent Changes
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Accretion
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649
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Different kinds of Consuls
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Menofwar in Foreign Waters
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Intervention
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Menofwar State Organs
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Conception of Treaties
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Accession
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Conception of State Territory
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Different Kinds of Treaties 493 Binding Force of Treaties 652 653 654 656 II Parties to Treaties 494 The Treatymaking Power 495 Treatymaking Po...
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