International Law. A Treatise. Volume II (of 2) War and Neutrality. Second Edition
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International Law. A Treatise. Volume II (of 2) War and Neutrality. Second Edition

By L. (Lassa) Oppenheim
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  • INTERNATIONAL LAW A TREATISE VOL. II. WAR AND NEUTRALITY 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 SECOND VOLUME
  • PART I SETTLEMENT OF STATE DIFFERENCES
    • CHAPTER I AMICABLE SETTLEMENT OF STATE DIFFERENCES
      • I STATE DIFFERENCES AND THEIR AMICABLE SETTLEMENT IN GENERAL
      • II NEGOTIATION
      • III GOOD OFFICES AND MEDIATION
      • IV ARBITRATION
      • V ARBITRATION ACCORDING TO THE HAGUE CONVENTION
    • CHAPTER II COMPULSIVE SETTLEMENT OF STATE DIFFERENCES
      • I ON COMPULSIVE MEANS OF SETTLEMENT OF STATE DIFFERENCES IN GENERAL
      • II RETORSION
      • III REPRISALS
      • IV PACIFIC BLOCKADE
      • V INTERVENTION
  • PART II WAR
    • CHAPTER I ON WAR IN GENERAL
      • I CHARACTERISTICS OF WAR
      • II CAUSES, KINDS, AND ENDS OF WAR
      • III THE LAWS OF WAR
      • IV THE REGION OF WAR
      • V THE BELLIGERENTS
      • VI THE ARMED FORCES OF THE BELLIGERENTS
      • VII ENEMY CHARACTER
    • CHAPTER II THE OUTBREAK OF WAR
      • I COMMENCEMENT OF WAR
      • II EFFECTS OF THE OUTBREAK OF WAR
    • CHAPTER III WARFARE ON LAND
      • I ON LAND WARFARE IN GENERAL
      • II VIOLENCE AGAINST ENEMY PERSONS
      • III TREATMENT OF WOUNDED, AND DEAD BODIES
      • IV CAPTIVITY
      • V APPROPRIATION AND UTILISATION OF PUBLIC ENEMY PROPERTY
      • VI APPROPRIATION AND UTILISATION OF PRIVATE ENEMY PROPERTY
      • VII REQUISITIONS AND CONTRIBUTIONS
      • VIII DESTRUCTION OF ENEMY PROPERTY
      • IX ASSAULT, SIEGE, AND BOMBARDMENT
      • X ESPIONAGE AND TREASON
      • XI RUSES
      • XII OCCUPATION OF ENEMY TERRITORY
    • CHAPTER IV WARFARE ON SEA
      • I ON SEA WARFARE IN GENERAL
      • II ATTACK AND SEIZURE OF ENEMY VESSELS
      • III APPROPRIATION AND DESTRUCTION OF ENEMY MERCHANTMEN
      • IV VIOLENCE AGAINST ENEMY PERSONS
      • V TREATMENT OF WOUNDED AND SHIPWRECKED
      • VI ESPIONAGE, TREASON, RUSES
      • VII REQUISITIONS, CONTRIBUTIONS, BOMBARDMENT
      • VIII INTERFERENCE WITH SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH CABLES
    • CHAPTER V NON-HOSTILE RELATIONS OF BELLIGERENTS
      • I ON NON-HOSTILE RELATIONS IN GENERAL BETWEEN BELLIGERENTS
      • II PASSPORTS, SAFE-CONDUCTS, SAFEGUARDS
      • III FLAGS OF TRUCE
      • IV CARTELS
      • V CAPITULATIONS
      • VI ARMISTICES
    • CHAPTER VI MEANS OF SECURING LEGITIMATE WARFARE
      • I ON MEANS IN GENERAL OF SECURING LEGITIMATE WARFARE
      • II COMPLAINTS, GOOD OFFICES AND MEDIATION, INTERVENTION
      • III REPRISALS
      • IV PUNISHMENT OF WAR CRIMES
      • V TAKING OF HOSTAGES
      • VI COMPENSATION
    • CHAPTER VII END OF WAR, AND POSTLIMINIUM
      • I ON TERMINATION OF WAR IN GENERAL
      • II SIMPLE CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES
      • III SUBJUGATION
      • IV TREATY OF PEACE
      • V EFFECTS OF TREATY OF PEACE
      • VI PERFORMANCE OF TREATY OF PEACE
      • VII POSTLIMINIUM
  • PART III NEUTRALITY
    • CHAPTER I ON NEUTRALITY IN GENERAL
      • I DEVELOPMENT OF THE INSTITUTION OF NEUTRALITY
      • II CHARACTERISTICS OF NEUTRALITY
      • III DIFFERENT KINDS OF NEUTRALITY
      • IV COMMENCEMENT AND END OF NEUTRALITY
    • CHAPTER II RELATIONS BETWEEN BELLIGERENTS AND NEUTRALS
      • I RIGHTS AND DUTIES DERIVING FROM NEUTRALITY
      • II NEUTRALS AND MILITARY OPERATIONS
      • III NEUTRALS AND MILITARY PREPARATIONS
      • IV NEUTRAL ASYLUM TO LAND FORCES AND WAR MATERIAL
      • V NEUTRAL ASYLUM TO NAVAL FORCES
      • VI SUPPLIES AND LOANS TO BELLIGERENTS
      • VII SERVICES TO BELLIGERENTS
      • VIII VIOLATION OF NEUTRALITY
      • IX RIGHT OF ANGARY
    • CHAPTER III BLOCKADE
      • I CONCEPTION OF BLOCKADE
      • II ESTABLISHMENT OF BLOCKADE
      • III EFFECTIVENESS OF BLOCKADE
      • IV BREACH OF BLOCKADE
      • V CONSEQUENCES OF BREACH OF BLOCKADE
    • CHAPTER IV CONTRABAND
      • I CONCEPTION OF CONTRABAND
      • II CARRIAGE OF CONTRABAND
      • III CONSEQUENCES OF CARRIAGE OF CONTRABAND
    • CHAPTER V UNNEUTRAL SERVICE
      • I THE DIFFERENT KINDS OF UNNEUTRAL SERVICE
      • II CONSEQUENCES OF UNNEUTRAL SERVICE
    • CHAPTER VI VISITATION, CAPTURE, AND TRIAL OF NEUTRAL VESSELS
      • I VISITATION
      • II CAPTURE
      • III TRIAL OF CAPTURED NEUTRAL VESSELS
    • CHAPTER VII THE INTERNATIONAL PRIZE COURT
      • I PROPOSALS FOR INTERNATIONAL PRIZE COURTS
      • II CONSTITUTION AND COMPETENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL PRIZE COURT
      • III PROCEDURE IN THE INTERNATIONAL PRIZE COURT
      • IV ACTION IN DAMAGES INSTEAD OF APPEAL
  • APPENDICES
    • APPENDIX I DECLARATION OF PARIS OF 1856
    • APPENDIX II DECLARATION OF ST. PETERSBURG OF 1868
    • APPENDIX III DECLARATION CONCERNING EXPANDING (DUM-DUM) BULLETS Signed at the Hague, July 29, 1899
    • APPENDIX IV DECLARATION CONCERNING THE DIFFUSION OF ASPHYXIATING GASES Signed at the Hague, July 29, 1899
    • APPENDIX V GENEVA CONVENTION OF 1906
    • APPENDIX VI FINAL ACT OF THE SECOND PEACE CONFERENCE Signed at the Hague, October 18, 1907
      • CONVENTION I. Convention for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes.
      • CONVENTION II. Convention respecting the Limitation of the Employment of Force for the Recovery of Contract Debts.
      • CONVENTION III. Convention relative to the Opening of Hostilities.
      • CONVENTION IV. Convention concerning the Laws and Customs of War on Land.
      • CONVENTION V. Convention respecting the Rights and Duties of Neutral Powers and Persons in War on Land.
      • CONVENTION VI. Convention relative to the Status of Merchantmen at the Outbreak of Hostilities.
      • CONVENTION VII. Convention relative to the Conversion of Merchantmen into Men-of-War.
      • CONVENTION VIII. Convention relative to the Laying of Automatic Submarine Contact Mines.
      • CONVENTION IX. Convention respecting Bombardment by Naval Forces in Time of War.
      • CONVENTION X. Convention for the Adaptation of the Principles of the Geneva Convention to Maritime Warfare.
      • CONVENTION XI. Convention relative to certain Restrictions on the Exercise of the Right of Capture in Maritime War.
      • CONVENTION XII. Convention concerning the Establishment of an International Prize Court.
      • CONVENTION XIII. Convention concerning the Rights and duties of Neutral Powers in Maritime War.
      • XIV.—DECLARATION concerning the Prohibition of the Discharge of Projectiles and Explosives from Balloons.
      • Annex to the First Vœu of the Second Peace Conference XV.—DRAFT CONVENTION CONCERNING THE CREATION OF A JUDICIAL ARBITRATION COURT.
    • APPENDIX VII DECLARATION OF LONDON OF 1909 (Not yet ratified) With the Report of the Drafting Committee on each Article
    • APPENDIX VIII ADDITIONAL PROTOCOL TO THE CONVENTION CONCERNING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AN INTERNATIONAL PRIZE COURT Signed at the Hague, September 19, 1910
    • APPENDIX IX FOREIGN ENLISTMENT ACT, 1870 33 & 34 VICT., CHAPTER 90
    • APPENDIX X THE NAVAL PRIZE ACT, 1864 27 & 28 VICT., CHAPTER 25
    • APPENDIX XI THE PRIZE COURTS ACTS, 1894 57 & 58 VICT., CHAPTER 39
    • APPENDIX XII NAVAL PRIZE BILL OF 1911 Passed by the House of Commons, but thrown out by the House of Lords
    • APPENDIX XIII GENEVA CONVENTION ACT, 1911 1 & 2 GEO. 5, CHAPTER 20
  • INDEX
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