International Law. A Treatise. Volume I (of 2) Peace. Second Edition
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International Law. A Treatise. Volume I (of 2) Peace. Second Edition

By L. (Lassa) Oppenheim
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  • INTERNATIONAL LAW A TREATISE VOL. I. PEACE SECOND EDITION BY L. OPPENHEIM, M.A., LL.D.
  • PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION
  • ABBREVIATIONS OF TITLES OF BOOKS, ETC., QUOTED IN THE TEXT
  • CASES CITED
  • CONTENTS OF THE FIRST VOLUME
  • INTRODUCTION FOUNDATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE LAW OF NATIONS
    • CHAPTER I FOUNDATION OF THE LAW OF NATIONS
      • I THE LAW OF NATIONS AS LAW
      • II BASIS OF THE LAW OF NATIONS
      • III SOURCES OF THE LAW OF NATIONS
      • IV RELATIONS BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL AND MUNICIPAL LAW
      • V DOMINION OF THE LAW OF NATIONS
      • VI CODIFICATION OF THE LAW OF NATIONS
    • I THE LAW OF NATIONS AS LAW
    • II BASIS OF THE LAW OF NATIONS
    • III SOURCES OF THE LAW OF NATIONS
    • IV RELATIONS BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL AND MUNICIPAL LAW
    • V DOMINION OF THE LAW OF NATIONS
    • VI CODIFICATION OF THE LAW OF NATIONS
    • CHAPTER II DEVELOPMENT AND SCIENCE OF THE LAW OF NATIONS
      • I DEVELOPMENT OF THE LAW OF NATIONS BEFORE GROTIUS
      • II DEVELOPMENT OF THE LAW OF NATIONS AFTER GROTIUS
      • III THE SCIENCE OF THE LAW OF NATIONS
    • I DEVELOPMENT OF THE LAW OF NATIONS BEFORE GROTIUS
    • II DEVELOPMENT OF THE LAW OF NATIONS AFTER GROTIUS
    • III THE SCIENCE OF THE LAW OF NATIONS
  • PART I THE SUBJECTS OF THE LAW OF NATIONS
    • CHAPTER I INTERNATIONAL PERSONS
      • I SOVEREIGN STATES AS INTERNATIONAL PERSONS
      • II RECOGNITION OF STATES AS INTERNATIONAL PERSONS
      • III CHANGES IN THE CONDITION OF INTERNATIONAL PERSONS
      • IV SUCCESSION OF INTERNATIONAL PERSONS
      • V COMPOSITE INTERNATIONAL PERSONS
      • VI VASSAL STATES
      • VII STATES UNDER PROTECTORATE
      • VIII NEUTRALISED STATES
      • IX NON-CHRISTIAN STATES
      • X THE HOLY SEE
      • XI INTERNATIONAL PERSONS OF THE PRESENT DAY
    • I SOVEREIGN STATES AS INTERNATIONAL PERSONS
    • II RECOGNITION OF STATES AS INTERNATIONAL PERSONS
    • III CHANGES IN THE CONDITION OF INTERNATIONAL PERSONS
    • IV SUCCESSION OF INTERNATIONAL PERSONS
    • V COMPOSITE INTERNATIONAL PERSONS
    • VI VASSAL STATES
    • VII STATES UNDER PROTECTORATE
    • VIII NEUTRALISED STATES
    • IX NON-CHRISTIAN STATES
    • X THE HOLY SEE
    • XI INTERNATIONAL PERSONS OF THE PRESENT DAY
    • CHAPTER II POSITION OF THE STATES WITHIN THE FAMILY OF NATIONS
      • I INTERNATIONAL PERSONALITY
      • II EQUALITY, RANK, AND TITLES
      • III DIGNITY
      • IV INDEPENDENCE AND TERRITORIAL AND PERSONAL SUPREMACY
      • V SELF-PRESERVATION
      • VI INTERVENTION
      • VII INTERCOURSE
      • VIII JURISDICTION
    • I INTERNATIONAL PERSONALITY
    • II EQUALITY, RANK, AND TITLES
    • III DIGNITY
    • IV INDEPENDENCE AND TERRITORIAL AND PERSONAL SUPREMACY
    • V SELF-PRESERVATION
    • VI INTERVENTION
    • VII INTERCOURSE
    • VIII JURISDICTION
    • CHAPTER III RESPONSIBILITY OF STATES
      • I ON STATE RESPONSIBILITY IN GENERAL
      • II STATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR INTERNATIONAL DELINQUENCIES
      • III STATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACTS OF STATE ORGANS
      • IV STATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACTS OF PRIVATE PERSONS
    • I ON STATE RESPONSIBILITY IN GENERAL
    • II STATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR INTERNATIONAL DELINQUENCIES
    • III STATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACTS OF STATE ORGANS
    • IV STATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACTS OF PRIVATE PERSONS
  • PART II THE OBJECTS OF THE LAW OFNATIONS
    • CHAPTER I STATE TERRITORY
      • I ON STATE TERRITORY IN GENERAL
      • II THE DIFFERENT PARTS OF STATE TERRITORY
      • III RIVERS
      • IV LAKES AND LAND-LOCKED SEAS
      • V CANALS
      • VI MARITIME BELT
      • VII GULFS AND BAYS
      • VIII STRAITS
      • IX BOUNDARIES OF STATE TERRITORY
      • X STATE SERVITUDES
      • XI MODES OF ACQUIRING STATE TERRITORY
      • XII CESSION
      • XIII OCCUPATION
      • XIV ACCRETION
      • XV SUBJUGATION
      • XVI PRESCRIPTION
      • XVII LOSS OF STATE TERRITORY
    • I ON STATE TERRITORY IN GENERAL
    • II THE DIFFERENT PARTS OF STATE TERRITORY
    • III RIVERS
    • IV LAKES AND LAND-LOCKED SEAS
    • V CANALS
    • VI MARITIME BELT
    • VII GULFS AND BAYS
    • VIII STRAITS
    • IX BOUNDARIES OF STATE TERRITORY
    • X STATE SERVITUDES
    • XI MODES OF ACQUIRING STATE TERRITORY
    • XII CESSION
    • XIII OCCUPATION
    • XIV ACCRETION
    • XV SUBJUGATION
    • XVI PRESCRIPTION
    • XVII LOSS OF STATE TERRITORY
    • CHAPTER II THE OPEN SEA
      • I RISE OF THE FREEDOM OF THE OPEN SEA
      • II CONCEPTION OF THE OPEN SEA
      • III THE FREEDOM OF THE OPEN SEA
      • IV JURISDICTION ON THE OPEN SEA
      • V PIRACY
      • VI FISHERIES IN THE OPEN SEA
      • VII TELEGRAPH CABLES IN THE OPEN SEA
      • VIII WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY ON THE OPEN SEA
      • IX THE SUBSOIL BENEATH THE SEA BED
    • I RISE OF THE FREEDOM OF THE OPEN SEA
    • II CONCEPTION OF THE OPEN SEA
    • III THE FREEDOM OF THE OPEN SEA
    • IV JURISDICTION ON THE OPEN SEA
    • V PIRACY
    • VI FISHERIES IN THE OPEN SEA
    • VII TELEGRAPH CABLES IN THE OPEN SEA
    • VIII WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY ON THE OPEN SEA
    • IX THE SUBSOIL BENEATH THE SEA BED
    • CHAPTER III INDIVIDUALS
      • I POSITION OF INDIVIDUALS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
      • II NATIONALITY
      • III MODES OF ACQUIRING AND LOSING NATIONALITY
      • IV NATURALISATION IN ESPECIAL
      • V DOUBLE AND ABSENT NATIONALITY
      • VI RECEPTION OF ALIENS AND RIGHT OF ASYLUM
      • VII POSITION OF ALIENS AFTER RECEPTION
      • VIII EXPULSION OF ALIENS
      • IX EXTRADITION
      • X PRINCIPLE OF NON-EXTRADITION OF POLITICAL CRIMINALS
    • I POSITION OF INDIVIDUALS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
    • II NATIONALITY
    • III MODES OF ACQUIRING AND LOSING NATIONALITY
    • IV NATURALISATION IN ESPECIAL
    • V DOUBLE AND ABSENT NATIONALITY
    • VI RECEPTION OF ALIENS AND RIGHT OF ASYLUM
    • VII POSITION OF ALIENS AFTER RECEPTION
    • VIII EXPULSION OF ALIENS
    • IX EXTRADITION
    • X PRINCIPLE OF NON-EXTRADITION OF POLITICAL CRIMINALS
  • PART III ORGANS OF THE STATES FOR THEIR INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
    • CHAPTER I HEADS OF STATES, AND FOREIGN OFFICES
      • I POSITION OF HEADS OF STATES ACCORDING TO INTERNATIONAL LAW
      • II MONARCHS
      • III PRESIDENTS OF REPUBLICS
      • IV FOREIGN OFFICES
    • I POSITION OF HEADS OF STATES ACCORDING TO INTERNATIONAL LAW
    • II MONARCHS
    • III PRESIDENTS OF REPUBLICS
    • IV FOREIGN OFFICES
    • CHAPTER II DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS
      • I THE INSTITUTION OF LEGATION
      • II RIGHT OF LEGATION
      • III KINDS AND CLASSES OF DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS
      • IV APPOINTMENT OF DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS
      • V RECEPTION OF DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS
      • VI FUNCTIONS OF DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS
      • VII POSITION OF DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS
      • VIII INVIOLABILITY OF DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS
      • IX EXTERRITORIALITY OF DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS
      • X POSITION OF DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS AS REGARDS THIRD STATES
      • XI THE RETINUE OF DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS
      • XII TERMINATION OF DIPLOMATIC MISSION
    • I THE INSTITUTION OF LEGATION
    • II RIGHT OF LEGATION
    • III KINDS AND CLASSES OF DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS
    • IV APPOINTMENT OF DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS
    • V RECEPTION OF DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS
    • VI FUNCTIONS OF DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS
    • VII POSITION OF DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS
    • VIII INVIOLABILITY OF DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS
    • IX EXTERRITORIALITY OF DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS
    • X POSITION OF DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS AS REGARDS THIRD STATES
    • XI THE RETINUE OF DIPLOMATIC ENVOYS
    • XII TERMINATION OF DIPLOMATIC MISSION
    • CHAPTER III CONSULS
      • I THE INSTITUTION OF CONSULS
      • II CONSULAR ORGANISATION
      • III APPOINTMENT OF CONSULS
      • IV FUNCTIONS OF CONSULS
      • V POSITION AND PRIVILEGES OF CONSULS
      • VI TERMINATION OF CONSULAR OFFICE
      • VII CONSULS IN NON-CHRISTIAN STATES
    • I THE INSTITUTION OF CONSULS
    • II CONSULAR ORGANISATION
    • III APPOINTMENT OF CONSULS
    • IV FUNCTIONS OF CONSULS
    • V POSITION AND PRIVILEGES OF CONSULS
    • VI TERMINATION OF CONSULAR OFFICE
    • VII CONSULS IN NON-CHRISTIAN STATES
    • CHAPTER IV MISCELLANEOUS AGENCIES
      • I ARMED FORCES ON FOREIGN TERRITORY
      • II MEN-OF-WAR IN FOREIGN WATERS
      • III AGENTS WITHOUT DIPLOMATIC OR CONSULAR CHARACTER
      • IV INTERNATIONAL COMMISSIONS
      • V INTERNATIONAL OFFICES
      • VI THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF ARBITRATION
      • VII THE INTERNATIONAL PRIZE COURT AND THE PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE
    • I ARMED FORCES ON FOREIGN TERRITORY
    • II MEN-OF-WAR IN FOREIGN WATERS
    • III AGENTS WITHOUT DIPLOMATIC OR CONSULAR CHARACTER
    • IV INTERNATIONAL COMMISSIONS
    • V INTERNATIONAL OFFICES
    • VI THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF ARBITRATION
    • VII THE INTERNATIONAL PRIZE COURT AND THE PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE
  • PART IV INTERNATIONAL TRANSACTIONS
    • CHAPTER I ON INTERNATIONAL TRANSACTIONS IN GENERAL
      • I NEGOTIATION
      • II CONGRESSES AND CONFERENCES
      • III TRANSACTIONS BESIDES NEGOTIATION
    • I NEGOTIATION
    • II CONGRESSES AND CONFERENCES
    • III TRANSACTIONS BESIDES NEGOTIATION
    • CHAPTER II TREATIES
      • I CHARACTER AND FUNCTION OF TREATIES
      • II PARTIES TO TREATIES
      • III OBJECTS OF TREATIES
      • IV FORM AND PARTS OF TREATIES
      • V RATIFICATION OF TREATIES
      • VI EFFECT OF TREATIES
      • VII MEANS OF SECURING PERFORMANCE OF TREATIES
      • VIII PARTICIPATION OF THIRD STATES IN TREATIES
      • IX EXPIRATION AND DISSOLUTION OF TREATIES
      • X VOIDANCE OF TREATIES
      • XI CANCELLATION OF TREATIES
      • XII RENEWAL, RECONFIRMATION, AND REDINTEGRATION OF TREATIES
      • XIII INTERPRETATION OF TREATIES
    • I CHARACTER AND FUNCTION OF TREATIES
    • II PARTIES TO TREATIES
    • III OBJECTS OF TREATIES
    • IV FORM AND PARTS OF TREATIES
    • V RATIFICATION OF TREATIES
    • VI EFFECT OF TREATIES
    • VII MEANS OF SECURING PERFORMANCE OF TREATIES
    • VIII PARTICIPATION OF THIRD STATES IN TREATIES
    • IX EXPIRATION AND DISSOLUTION OF TREATIES
    • X VOIDANCE OF TREATIES
    • XI CANCELLATION OF TREATIES
    • XII RENEWAL, RECONFIRMATION, AND REDINTEGRATION OF TREATIES
    • XIII INTERPRETATION OF TREATIES
    • CHAPTER III IMPORTANT GROUPS OF TREATIES
      • I IMPORTANT LAW-MAKING TREATIES
      • II ALLIANCES
      • III TREATIES OF GUARANTEE AND OF PROTECTION
      • IV COMMERCIAL TREATIES
    • I IMPORTANT LAW-MAKING TREATIES
    • II ALLIANCES
    • III TREATIES OF GUARANTEE AND OF PROTECTION
    • IV COMMERCIAL TREATIES
  • INDEX
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