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Oppenheim's international law 9th ed.

Oppenheim's international law 9th ed. (57회 대출)

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Oppenheim, L. (Lassa) , 1858-1919. Jennings, R. Y. (Robert Yewdall) 1913-. Watts, Arthur Sir 1931-.
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Oppenheim's international law / L. Oppenheim.
판사항
9th ed. / edited by Robert Jennings and Arthur Watts.
발행사항
Harlow, Essex, England :   Longman ,   1992.  
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1 v. ( in 2) ; 25 cm.
ISBN
0582501083
내용주기
v. 1. Peace--
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
일반주제명
International law.
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CONTENTS
Preface to the ninth edition = xi
Abbreviations = xv
Table of Cases = xxi
Introduction Foundation and development of international law = 1
Chapter 1 Foundation of international law = 3
 THE NATURE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW = 3
  1 Concept of international law = 4
  2 Ius cogens = 7
  3 Legal force of international law = 8
  4 Practice and the legal nature of international law = 13
  5 The basis of international law = 14
  6 States as the normal subjects of international law = 16
  7 Persons other than states as subjects of international law = 16
 SOURCES OF INTERNATIONAL LAW = 22
  8 Meaning of'source' = 23
  9 The sources of international law" = 24
  10 Custom = 25
  11 Treaties = 31
  12 General principles of law = 36
  13 Decisions of tribunals = 41
  14 Writings of authors = 42
  15 Equity = 43
  16 International organisations and the sources of international law = 45
  17 International comity and morality = 50
 RELATION BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL LAW AND MUNICIPAL LAW = 52
  18 International law and municipal law: differences of doctrine = 53
  19 International law and municipal law: the position in various states = 54
  20 Presumption against conflicts between international and national law = 81
  21 Municipal law and the fulfilment of international obligations = 82
 UNIVERSALITY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW = 87
  22 Universality of the international community = 87
  23 Universality of international law = 91
  CODIFICATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW = 96
  24 Movement in favour of codification = 97
  25 Work of the first Hague Peace Conference = 99
  26 Work of the second Hague Peace Conference = 99
  27 Codification in the period after the First World War = 100
  28 Codification under the League of Nations = 101
  29 The Hague Codification Conference of 1930 = 102
  30 The International Law Commission = 103
  31 Codification and development of international law = 110
  32 The revision of international law = 114
Part 1 The subjects of international law = 117
 Chapter 2 International persons = 119
  SOVEREIGN STATES AS INTERNATIONAL PERSONS = 119
   33 The concept of international person = 119
   34 Concept of the state = 120
   35 States less than sovereign = 123
   36 Divisibility of sovereignty contested = 124
   37 The problem of sovereignty in the 20th century = 125
  RECOGNITION OF STATES AND GOVERNMENTS = 126
   38 Recognition in general = 127
   39 Recognition and membership of the international community = 128
   40 Recognition or states = 130
   41 Precipitate recognition = 143
   42 Recognition of new heads and governments of old states = 146
   43 When coming into power normally and constitutionally = 147
   44 When coming into power abnormally and in a revolutionary manner = 148
   45 Criteria for recognition of governments = 150
   46 De facto recognition = 154
   47 Consequences of recognition of new states and governments = 158
   48 Retroactivity of recognition = 161
   49 Recognition and civil wars: recognition of belligerency and insurgency = 161
   50 Implied recognition = 169
   51 Conditional recognition = 175
   52 Withdrawal of recognition = 176
   53 Recognition and participation in the United Nations = 177
   54 The principle of non-recognition = 183
   55 State practice and non-recognition = 186
   56 Consequences of non-recognition = 197
  CHANGES IN THE CONDITION OF STATES = 204
   57 Changes not affecting states as international persons = 204
   58 Changes affecting states as international persons = 206
   59 Extinction of states = 206
  SUCCESSION OF STATES = 208
   60 Succession of states = 208
   61 How far succession takes place = 209
   62 Absorption or merger = 210
   63 Dismemberment = 219
   64 Separation;secession = 222
   65 Transfer of territory = 224
   66 Former dependent territories = 227
   67 Succession of governments, and on the suppression of a revolt = 234
   68 State succession: recent developments = 236
   69 Vienna Convention on Succession of States in respect of Treaties 1978 = 237
   70 Vienna Convention on Succession of States in respect of State Property, Archives and Debts 1983 = 240
  COMPOSITE INTERNATIONAL PERSONS = 245
   71 Composite international persons in general = 245
   72 States in personal union = 245
   73 States in real union = 246
   74 Confederated states (Staatenhund) = 246
   75 Federal states (Bndesstaaten) = 248
   76 Federal states and the implementation of international obligations = 253
   77 Customs unions = 255
  THE COMMONWEALTH = 256
   78 Progress of self-governing dominions towards independence = 257
   79 The Commonwealth since 1945 = 261
   80 The legal nature of the Commonweaith = 265
  STATES UNDER PROTECTION = 266
   81 States under protection = 267
   82 International position of states under protection = 269
   83 Recent and existing protectorates = 271
  DEPENDENT TERRITORIES = 275
   84 Colonies = 275
   85 Non-self-governing territories and the United Nations Charter = 282
  MANDATED AREAS = 295
   86 The general features of the mandate system = 295
   87 National status of the inhabitants = 298
   88 South West Africa (Namibia) = 300
  TERRITORIES UNDER THE SYSTEM OF TRUSTEESHIP = 308
   89 In general = 308
   90 Territories under the trusteeship system = 308
   91 The objects of the trusteeship system = 309
   92 The trusteeship agreements = 310
   93 Strategic trust areas = 313
   94 The Trusteeship Council = 314
   95 Sovereignty over trust territories = 316
  NEUTRALISED STATES = 318
   96 Concept of neutralised states = 319
   97 Switzerland = 321
   98 Austria = 323
  THE HOLY SEE = 325
   99 The former Papal States = 325
   100 The Italian Law of Guarantee 1871 = 325
   101 The Lateran Treaty 1929 = 326
   102 The status of the Vatican City in international law = 327
 Chapter 3 Position of the states in international law = 330
  BASES OF STATEHOOD = 330
   103 International personality = 330
   104 The legal bases of statehood = 331
   105 Declaration on Principles of International Law concerning Friendly Relations and Cooperation among States 1970 = 333
   106 Economic rights and duties of stares = 335
  EQUALITY OF STATES IN INTERNATIONAL LAW = 339
   107 Equality an inference from the basis of international law = 339
   108 Equality of states and international legislation = 341
   109 Equality of states and immunity from jurisdiction = 341
   110 Exceptions to Jurisdictional immunity = 355
   111 Equality of states and government action affecting state property = 363
   112 State equality and recognition of foreign official acts: 'act of state' = 365
   113 Foreign legislation contrary to international law = 371
   114 State equality and non-discrimination = 376
  DIGNITY = 379
   115 Consequences of the dignity of states = 379
   116 Maritime ceremonials = 381
  INDEPENDENCE AND TERRITORIAL AND PERSONAL AUTHORITY = 382
   117 Independence, and territorial and personal authority, as aspects of sovereignty = 382
   118 Consequences of independence and territorial and personal authority = 382
   119 Violations of independence and territorial and personal authority = 385
   120 Restrictions upon independence = 390
   121 Restrictions upon territorial authority = 391
   122 Subversive activities against other states = 393
   123 Restrictions upon personal authority = 406
   124 Abuse of rights = 407
   125 Protection of the environment = 410
  SELF-PRESERVATION AND SELF-DEFENCE = 416
   126 Self-preservation = 416
   127 the right of self-defence = 417
  INTERVENTION = 427
   128 Prohibition of intervention = 428
   129 Concept and character of intervention = 430
   130 Assistance on request = 435
   131 Circumstances which may justify intervention = 439
   132 Collective intervention in the general interest = 447
   133 Political aspects of intervention = 449
  INTERCOURSE = 451
   134 Intercourse between stares = 451
   135 Rights of Intercourse and economic cooperation = 452
   JURISDICTION = 456
   136 State jurisdiction in general = 456
   137 Territorial jurisdiction = 458
   138 Jurisdiction over citizens abroad = 462
   139 Jurisdiction over foreigners in foreign states = 466
   140 The Lotus case = 478
   141 Jurisdiction at sea and in the air = 479
   142 Warsaw and Rome Conventions = 484
   143 Legal cooperation and assistance = 484
   144 Non-enforcement of foreign public law = 488
 Chapter 4 Responsibility of states = 499
  ON STATE RESPONSIBILITY IN GENERAL = 499
   145 Nature of state responsibility = 500
   146 Concept of international wrongs = 502
   147 States as subjects of international wrongs = 503
   148 Individuals as subjects of international wrongs = 505
   149 The basis of responsibility = 508
   150 Nationality of claims = 511
   151 Nationality of claims: double nationality = 515
   152 Nationality of claims: corporations = 517
   153 Exhaustion of local remedies = 522
   154 Bar by lapse of time (extinctive prescription) = 526
   155 Reparation as a consequence of international wrongs = 528
   156 Penal damages = 533
   157 Criminal responsibility of states = 533
   158 International claims = 536
  STATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACTS OF STATE ORGANS = 539
   159 Responsibility varies with organs concerned = 540
   160 Internationally injurious acts of Heads of States = 541
   161 Internationally injurious acts of members of governments = 542
   162 Internationally injurious acts of diplomatic envoys = 542
   163 Internationally injurious activity of parliaments = 542
   164 Internationally injurious acts of judicial organs. Denial of Justice = 543
   165 Internationally injurious acts of administrative officials and members of armed forces = 545
  STATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACTS OF PRIVATE PERSONS = 548
   166 State responsibility for acts of private persons = 549
   167 Responsibility for acts of insurgents and rioters = 550
Index = 1


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