Wörterbuch des völkerrechts und der diplomatie, Volume 1

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W. de Gruyter & Company, 1924 - Diplomacy
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Page 20 - Si l'une des parties prétend et si le Conseil reconnaît que le différend porte sur une question que le droit international laisse à la compétence exclusive de cette partie, le Conseil le constatera dans un rapport, mais sans recommander aucune solution.
Page 77 - ... [Ne sera pas réputé délit politique, ni fait connexe à un semblable délit, l'attentat contre la personne du chef d'un gouvernement étranger ou contre celle des membres de sa famille, lorsque cet attentat constitue le fait, soit de meurtre, soit d'assassinat, soit d'empoisonnement.] (Loi du 22 mars 1856.) ART.
Page 191 - Les provinces du Chablais et du Faucigny, et tout le territoire de Savoie au nord d'Ugine appartenant à SM le roi de Sardaigne , feront partie de la neutralité de la Suisse, telle qu'elle est reconnue et garantie par les puissances.
Page 301 - This is the' general law of property, and applies, I conceive, no less to the right of territory than to other rights. Even in newly discovered countries, where a title is meant to be established for the first time, some act of possession is usually done and proclaimed as a notification of the fact.
Page 191 - Suisse se trouveront en état d'hostilité ouverte ou imminente, les troupes de SM le roi de Sardaigne qui pourraient se trouver dans ces provinces se retireront, et pourront à cet effet passer par le Valais, si cela devient nécessaire ; aucunes autres troupes armées d'aucune autre puissance ne...
Page 386 - If he does not avail himself of the opportunity, he is to be treated, for the purposes of the trade, as a subject of the Power under whose dominion he carries it on, and, of course, as an enemy of those with whom that Power is at war.
Page 361 - We are all of opinion that on the principles of the English law it is not competent to any subject to enter into a contract to do anything which may be detrimental to the interests of his own country ; and that such a contract is as much prohibited as if it had been expressly forbidden by Act of Parliament.
Page 16 - The defence of Egypt against all foreign aggression or interference direct or indirect; (c) The protection of foreign interests in Egypt and the protection of minorities; (d) The Sudan. "Pending the conclusion of such agreements, the status quo in all these matters shall remain intact.
Page 117 - When the commander of a besieged place expels the non-combatants, in order to lessen the number of those who consume his stock of provisions, it is lawful, though an extreme measure, to drive them back, so as to hasten on the surrender.
Page 324 - The Philippines thereby ceased, in the language of the treaty, 'to be Spanish.' Ceasing to be Spanish, they ceased to be foreign country. They came under the complete and absolute sovereignty and dominion of the United States, and so became territory of the United States over which civil government could be established.

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