Affaire de certaines terres à phosphates à Nauru (Nauru c. Australie) (Google eBook)

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United Nations Publications, 2003 - Australia - 404 pages
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REQUÊTE INTRODUCTIVE DINSTANCE PRÉSENTÉE PAR LE GOUVERNEMENT DE NAURU APPLICATION INSTITUTING PROCEEDING...
1
MÉMOIRE DE NAURU MEMORIAL OF NAURU
23
INTRODUCTION
27
AN HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF NAURUS RELATIONS WITH EXTERNAL POWERS
29
FROM COLONIZATION TO THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE MANDATE
31
THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS MANDATE
39
THE LANDS ORDINANCES
59
FROM THE SECOND WORLD WAR UNTIL INDEPENDENCE
65
BREACH OF THE DUTIES OF A PREDECESSOR STATE
193
THE UNLAWFUL DISPOSAL OF THE OVERSEAS ASSETS OF THE BRITISH PHOSPHATE COMMISSIONERS
198
THE FORMS OF LOSS CAUSED TO NAURU
203
MATTERS OF SPECIAL SIGNIFICANCE
209
INTRODUCTION
211
THE REGIME OF THE NAURU ISLAND AGREEMENTS 1919 AND 1923
212
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE AUSTRALIAN ADMINISTRATION AND THE BRITISH PHOSPHATE COMMISSIONERS
216
THE BRITISH PHOSPHATE COMMISSIONERS ACCOUNTS AND AUSTRALIAN RETICENCE INFERENCES TO BE DRAWN
229

THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY OF NAURU
105
THE BASES OF RESPONSIBILITY
121
THE BREACHES OF INTERNATIONAL LAW FOR WHICH AUSTRALIA IS RESPONSIBLE
123
BREACHES OF THE TRUSTEESHIP AGREEMENT AND OF ARTICLE 76 OF THE UNITED NATIONS CHARTER
125
BREACHES OF INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS APPLICABLE IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE TRUSTEESHIP
177
DENIAL OF JUSTICE LATO SENSU
186
ABUSE OF RIGHTS AND ACTS OF MALADMINISTRATION
189
PROPOSALS FOR RESETTLEMENT AND REHABILITATION IMPLICATION OF THE AUSTRALIAN APPROACH
238
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE TRANSACTIONS SURROUNDING INDEPENDENCE
248
THE REMEDIAL POSITION
259
CONCLUSION
271
SUBMISSIONS
276
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Page 8 - ... to promote the political, economic, social, and educational advancement of the inhabitants of the trust territories, and their progressive development towards selfgovernment or independence as may be appropriate to the particular circumstances of each territory and its peoples and the freely expressed wishes of the peoples concerned, and as may be provided by the terms of each trusteeship agreement; c.