Termination of War and Treaties of Peace
The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., 2008 - 486 strán (strany)
This valuable text considers methods of terminating wars with and without treaties of peace, and also offers a study of the methods of negotiation, the drafting of treaties and the nature of treaties of peace. Reprint of the sole edition (1916). "It would obviously not be useful to attempt here anything like an inventory or abstract of the contents of a book which is not an argumentative treatise but a storehouse of precedents, and whose value depends on the details being ample and fully verified. Enough to say that it will be of the greatest use to diplomatists and publicists at that uncertain date which will be fixed, the sooner the better, by the definite victory of the Allies."- Law Quarterly Review 33 (1917) 100 Coleman Phillipson [1878-1945], a barrister of the Inner Temple, was the editor of Wheaton's Elements of International Law 5th edition (1915) and the author of numerous titles including International Law and the Great War (1915, reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange 2005) and The International Law and Custom of Ancient Greece and Rome (1911). CONTENTS PART I. Termination of War by Mere Withdrawal from Hostilities; or by Conquest and Subjugation I. Termination of War by Reciprocal Intermission of Hostilities II. Termination of War by Conquest and Subjugation III. Premature Annexation. Views as to Validity of Conquests IV. Main Effects of Conquest and Subjugation with Regard to State Succession Part II. Termination of War by Treaties of Peace. How They Come to be Made; Their Contents; and Their Effects I. Armistice Conventions II. Interposition of Third Powers III. Preliminaries of Peace IV. Constitution and Procedure of the Peace Conference. General Principles V. Peace Negotiations. Notable Examples from Previous Wars VI. The Treaty of Peace. General Principles Treaty-Making Power, Nature of Treaties of Peace, their Binding Force, Form and Parts. Language. Interpretation. VII. The Treaty of Peace. General Principles (continued). Date of Peace. Ratification. Means of Ensuring Performance VIII. The Treaty of Peace. Main Clauses and Effects IX. The Treaty of Peace. Main Clauses and Effects (continued) X. The Treaty of Peace. Main Clauses and Effects (continued) XI. Effect of Cession. State Succession: Nationality XII. Effect of Cession. State Succession: Treaties. Public Law and Administration XIII. Effect of Cession. State Succession: State Property. Public Debts. Concessions, Etc. Private Rights APPENDIX Texts of Peace Treaties Frequently Referred to in the Course of the Work INDEX of Subject-Matter INDEX of Treaties, Preliminaries of Peace, Conferences, and Congresses
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