The Problem of Sovereignty in the Charter And in the Practice of the United Nations

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Brill Archive, Jul 1, 1970 - Law - 358 pages
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Contents

The United Nations and the Problem of Sovereignty 29
28
Sovereign Equality and the Prohibition of the Use
50
Sovereign Equality Collective Security and the Centrali
80
Collective measures and sovereignty in the light of the Charter and the practice
98
The System of the United Nations
106
The Hegemony Principle in International Organizations 125
128
The Domestic Jurisdiction of States The Evolution
136
The Problem of Domestic Jurisdiction in the Charter
151
Domestic Jurisdiction Sovereignty and the Right
219
The Right of SelfDetermination Domestic Jurisdiction and Dependent Terri
226
Domestic Jurisdiction and the Emancipation Struggle of the Peoples under
234
The Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries
241
The Economic Aspects of the Problem of Sovereign
260
Sovereign Equality and Economic Development
270
Amending the Charter
276
Withdrawal from the United Nations and the Principle
285

Criteria and Standards for Determining the Limits of Domestic Jurisdiction
158
The Sole Exception from the Application of the Domestic Jurisdiction Clause
170
Who is to decide on the Application of the Domestic Jurisdiction Clause?
180
Domestic Jurisdiction and the Social and Political System
186
Domestic Jurisdiction and the International Protection
193
The United Nations and NonMember States
296
The Interpretation of the Charter and the Sovereignty
322
Sovereignty Alienated or Fulfilled?
333
ABRIDGED TITLES OF PERIODICALS
344
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