International Law: A Treatise, Volume 1. Front Cover. Lassa Oppenheim. Longmans, Green, and Company, – International law. The Science of the Law of Nations in the Nineteenth Cen tury as represented by treatises. Collection of Treaties. Bibliographies. PART I. International Law: A Treatise, Lassa Oppenheim. Author, Lassa Oppenheim. Editor, Hersch Lauterpacht. Edition, 6, reprint. Publisher, Longmans, Green, .

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Legal Force of the Law of Nations intdrnational. Characteristics of Rules of Law. Definition and Three Essential Conditions of Law. Law not to be identified with Municipal Law. The Family of Nations a Community. International Protection of Submarine Telegraph Cables.

Individuals Objects of the Law of Nations. Nationality the Link between Individuals and the Lasxa of Nations. The Law of Nations and the Bights of Mankind. Practice recognises Law of Nations as Law. Basis of the Law of Nations. Treaties as Source of International Law. Factors influencing the Growth of International Law. Law of Nations never per se Municipal Law.

Certain Rules of Municipal Law necessitated or interdicted. Presumption against conflicts between International and Municipal Law. Case of internatiional Franconia. Three Conditions of Membership of the Family of Nations. Present Range of Dominion of the Law of Nations.


Treatment of States outside the Family of Nations. Codification of the Law of Nations. Movement in Favour of Codification. Work of the Hague Peace Conference.

U S Naval War Code. Merits of Codification in general. Merits of Codification of International Law. How Codification could be realised. No need for a Law of Nations during the Middle Ages. The Fifteenth and Sixteenth Century. Five Lessons of the History of the Law of Nations. Treatises of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.

Conception of the State. Divisibility of Sovereignty contested. Meaning of Sovereignty in the Eighteenth Century. Meaning of Sovereignty in the Nineteenth Century.

Result of the Controversy regarding Sovereignty. Recognition Timely and Precipitate. Succession of International Persons. Interational of Independence and Territorial and Personal. Aot and Condition of Neutralisation. The Italian Law of Guaranty. Political Hegemony of Great Powers. Violations lassw Independence and Territorial and Personal Supremacy. Restrictions upon Territorial Supremacy.

Restrictions upon Personal Supremacy. Selfpreservation Selfpreservation an excuse for violations. What acts of selfpreservation are excused. Case of the Danish Fleet.

Case of Amelia Island.

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Case of the Caroline. Admissibility of Intervention in default of Right. Intervention in the interest of Humanity. Intervention de facto a Matter of Policy. Merits of the Monroe Doctrine. Intercourse Intercourse a presupposition of International Personality. Consequences of Intercourse as a presupposition of Inter national Personality.

Jurisdiction Jurisdiction important for the position of the States within the Family of Nations. Jurisdiction over Oassa abroad. Original and Vicarious State Responsibility. Essential Difference between Original and Vicarious Re sponsibility. Conception of International Delinquencies. Subjects of International Delinquencies. State Organs able to commit International Delinquencies.


Objects of International Delinquencies. Responsibility varies with Organs concerned. Internationally injurious Acts of Diplomatic Envoys.

Internationally injurious Attitudes of Parliaments. Municipal Law for Offences against Foreign States. Different kinds of Territory. Importance of State Territory. One Territory one State. Real and Fictional Parts of Territory. Inalienability of Parts of Territory.

Rivers State Property of Riparian States. Navigation on National Boundary and not National Rivers. Navigation on International Rivers. Socalled International Lakes and Landlocked Seas Breadth of Maritime Belt.

Navigation within the Belt. Jurisdiction within the Belt. Nonterritorial Gulfs and Bays. Straits What Straits are Territorial. Navigation Fishery and Jurisdiction in Straits.

The Bosphorus and Dardanelles. Natural Boundaries sensu politico. State Servitudes 20 Conception of State Oppenhei. Subjects of State Servitudes. Object of State Servitudes. Different kinds of State Servitudes. Who can acquire State Territory? Former Doctrine concerning Acquisition of Territory. What Modes of Acquisition of Territory there are.

Original and derivative Modes of Acquisition. Cession Conception of cession of State Territory. Tradition of the ceded Territory.