Yearbook of the International Law Commission, Volume 1
United Nations Publications, Feb 25, 2000 - Law - 309 pages
The Yearbook of the International Law Commission Volume I, contains summary records of the International Law Commission sessions on such subjects as: arbitral procedures, diplomatic immunities, Law of the Sea, nationality, Law of Treaties and Rights and Duties of States.
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Nationality in relation to the succession of States continued
Reservations to treaties continued
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1969 Vienna Convention acquire the nationality Addo adopted ality amended applicable arti article 19 article 20 BENNOUNA Bosnia and Herzegovina Brownlie Candioti cerned commentary to article Commis Commission's Council of Europe Crawford decolonization deleted diplomatic protection draft articles Drafting Committee Dugard Economides expressed Ferrari Bravo footnote Galicki GOCO graph Group habitual residence Hafner heard no objection human rights treaties international law issue jus sanguinis Kabatsi Kateka legislation Lukashuk matter meeting MIKULKA Special Rapporteur monitoring bodies nationality in relation obligation OPERTTI BADAN opted Pambou-Tchivounda paragraph PELLET persons concerned phrase preamble predecessor principles problem proposed provisions question referred regard replaced right of option RODRIGUEZ CEDENO ROSENSTOCK rules secondary nationality sentence session Simma sion situation Sixth Committee Slates specific Sreenivasa RAO Chairman Stale statelessness subparagraph succession successor suggested term territory thai THIAM third report tion topic United Nations withdraw its nationality words Yearbook
Page xiv - Geneva Convention for the Amelioration of the Condition of the Wounded and Sick in Armed Forces in the Field of 12 August 1949; the Geneva Convention for the Amelioration of the Condition of Wounded, Sick and Shipwrecked Members of Armed Forces at Sea of 12 August 1949; the Geneva Convention relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War...