Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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Conséquences de la difference de nationalité ou de domicile des époux sur les effets et la dissolution du mariage (Volume 105)

(33,435 words)

Author(s): Valladão, Haroldo
Valladão, Haroldo Keywords: Marriage | Nationality | Family law | Private international law | Divorce and judicial separation | Habitual residence | Mots clefs: Nationalité | ABSTRACT Haroldo Valladao’s object is to determine, in countries that follow the classic principles of national law or the law of the domicile to regulate the effects and the dissolution of marriage, the choice of law applied, when the spouses do not have the same nationality or domicile, and the choice of respective national or domiciliary laws in c…

Le droit de la nationalité et le droit des organisations d’intégration régionales Vers de nouveaux statuts de résidents ? (Volume 367)

(67,967 words)

Author(s): Nascimbene, Bruno
Nascimbene, Bruno Keywords: Nationality | Citizenship | Habitual residence | Private international law | Regional organizations | Regionalism | European Union | Council of Europe | Andean Community | Southern Common MarkUnion of South American Nations | Economic Community of West African States | Southern African Development Community | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT In this course, Bruno Nascimbene presents two different profiles. First, a historical and conceptual reconstruction of the law of nationality; second, an analysis of the issues that arise toda…

Nationality or Domicile? The Present State of Affairs (Volume 128)

(55,086 words)

Author(s): I. De Winter, L.
I. De Winter, L. Keywords: Nationality | Mots clefs: Nationalité | ABSTRACT Louis De Winter devotes his course on a controversy between the principle of domicile and the principle of nationality in private international law. After a presentation of the origin of the controversy concerning these two principles, Louis de Winter presents the difficulties related to the principle of nationality, the concept of domicile, and the emergence of the notion of habitual residence as a connecting factor. He then examin…

Le droit international de la nationalité (Volume 198)

(25,026 words)

Author(s): Francisco Rezek, José
Francisco Rezek, José Keywords: Nationality | International law | Mots clefs: Nationalité | Droit international | ABSTRACT This course aims to analyze the role and position of law of nationality law in international law. It begins by describing the concept of nationality, addressing issues such as the relationship between the individual and the State, the distinction between nationals of origin and those who have acquired the nationality, as well as the associated concepts of diplomatic protection and functional…

Citoyenneté de l’Union européenne, nationalité et condition des étrangers (Volume 261)

(69,265 words)

Author(s): Pérez Vera, Elisa
Pérez Vera, Elisa Keywords: European Union | Citizenship | Aliens | Nationality | Mots clefs: European Union | Citizenship | Etrangers | Nationalité | ABSTRACT In this course, Elisa Pérez Vera, Professor at the Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia in Madrid, proposes to examine the various situations a person might face with regard to a political organization - or several organizations - (political party or not, member or non-member, national or foreigner) and that entail legal consequences on the international…