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Quelle place pour l’État dans le droit international d’aujourd’hui? (Volume 347)

(20,479 words)

Author(s): Salmon, Jean
Salmon, Jean Keywords: States | Sovereignty | Competence | Globalization | Legal personality | Public international law | European Union | Mots clefs: Etats | Souveraineté | Compétence | Mondialisation | Personnalité juridique | Droit international public | Union européenne | ABSTRACT Jean Salmon, Professor Emeritus at the Université libre de Bruxelles, was convinced, while attending Paul Reuter’s doctoral course on international organizations in Paris in 1955, that the sovereign State was destined to disappear and would otherwise be re…

Les espaces maritimes et le pouvoir des États (Volume 122)

(23,064 words)

Author(s): Scerni, Mario
Scerni, Mario Keywords: States | Sea | Competence | Mots clefs: Etats | Espace maritime | Compétence | ABSTRACT Mario Scerni thus defines the subject of his course: the Maritime Areas and the Power of the States. It consists of the critical examination of rules in 1968, which govern the different areas of the sea. The waters of the sea, which draw so much maritime areas, are the internal waters, the territorial sea, the contiguous area, the adjacent sea, and finally the high sea. The author proceeds to the study of these different areas. Mario Scerni définit ainsi l'objet de son cours : …

L’exercice des compétences monétaires par les États (Volume 212)

(56,877 words)

Author(s): Burdeau, Geneviève
Burdeau, Geneviève Keywords: Currencies | Monetary policy | Competence | International law | Mots clefs: Monnaies | Politique monétaire | Compétence | Droit international | ABSTRACT Geneviève Burdeau notes in the introduction of her course that the conditions for the exercise of monetary powers by the State are naturally linked not only to a certain political and economic context, but also and very largely to the historical circumstances that might affect the territory in its relationship with political power. Here, Prof…