The League of Nations and Its Problems: Three Lectures
Longmans, Green and Company, 1919 - 84 страница
The League of Nations and Its Problems by L. Oppenheim presents three lectures on the subject.
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Administration of Justice agree appointed Army and Navy Article 23 h assertion belligerents Central Powers concerning condition conflict Convention Council of Conciliation Court of Appeal Court of Arbitration Court of Justice created demand difficulties disarmament Empire established existence fact Family of Nations Federal State comprising Federal World firstly force Germany Hague Peace Conferences hand Hugo Grotius impossible independent institution International Administration International Army International Council International Courts International Law International Legislation International Mediation International Statutes Internationalism judicial disputes Law of War League of Nations League should stipulate ment military Municipal national Court national Law nineteenth century number of schemes outbreak Parliament parties Permanent Bench Permanent Council Permanent Court Permanent International political dispute possible present previous to resorting principle realised rebus sic stantibus resort to arms Second Hague Peace settled so-called sovereign sovereignty state-like submit all judicial three aims three lectures tion treaty United utterly defeated Vienna Congress Willoughby Dickinson
Страница 50 - To declare abolished, suspended, or inadmissible in a Court of law the rights and actions of the nationals of the hostile party. A belligerent is likewise forbidden to compel the nationals of the hostile party...
Страница 71 - II The International Commission shall be composed of five members, to be appointed as follows: One member shall be chosen from each country, by the Government thereof; one member shall be chosen by each Government from some third country ;the fifth member shall be chosen by common agreement between the two Governments.
Страница 71 - The international commission shall be composed of five members to be appointed as follows: One member shall be chosen from each country, by the government thereof; one member shall be chosen by each government from some third country; the fifth member shall be chosen by common agreement between the two governments, it being understood that he shall not be a citizen of either country. The expenses of the commission shall be paid by the two governments in equal proportions.
Страница 71 - ... the high contracting parties, shall, when diplomatic methods of adjustment have failed, be referred for investigation and report to a permanent international commission, to be constituted in the manner prescribed in the next succeeding article; and they agree not to declare war or begin hostilities during such investigation and before the report is submitted.
Страница 70 - In case of a serious difference endangering the peace, the States at variance choose respectively a Power, to whom they intrust the mission of entering into direct communication with the Power chosen on the other side, with the object of preventing the rupture of pacific relations. For the period of this mandate, the term of which, unless otherwise...
Страница 70 - In case of a serious difference endangering peace, the States at variance choose respectively a Power, to which they intrust the mission of entering into direct communication with the Power chosen on the other side, with the object of preventing the rupture of pacific relations. For the period of this mandate, the term of which, unless otherwise stipulated...
Страница 4 - Founder's express injunctions he is "to make it his aim, in all parts of his treatment of the subject, to lay down such rules and to suggest such measures as may tend to diminish the evils of war, and finally to extinguish war between nations.
Страница 51 - Weiubuch, p. 7. \ 1 or nullify their operation, or to regard their application in certain cases as a matter falling within his administrative discretion. Especially is this true where a military officer refuses to receive well grounded complaints, or declines to receive demands for redress, in respect to the acts or conduct of the troops under his command, from persons subject to the jurisdiction of the enemy who find themselves, for the time being, in the territory which he holds in military occupation.
Страница 71 - In their terms or are not applied: in fact, shall, when diplomatic methods of adjustment have failed, be referred for Investigation and report to a permanent International Commission, to be constituted in the manner...