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acquisition of territory in international law

R. Y. Jennings

acquisition of territory in international law

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Published by Manchester University Press, Oceana Publications in Manchester, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Miangas Island (Indonesia)
    • Subjects:
    • Acquisition of territory,
    • Miangas Island (Indonesia) -- International status.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliography and index.

      Statementby R.Y. Jennings.
      SeriesThe Melland Schill lectures
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJX4088 .J37
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 130 p. ;
      Number of Pages130
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5873860M
      LC Control Number63001837
      OCLC/WorldCa1475479

      The acquisition of territory in Africa by the European powers in the nineteenth century involved the characterization of the status of the various African communities. They were accepted as holding title to their territory, but not apparently regarded as full subjects of international law. Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, Territory, Discovery, by Marcelo G. Kohen and Mamadou Hébié. Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, Territory, Lease, by Yaël Ronen. Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, Territorial Integrity and Political Independence, by Samuel K.N. Blay. Review of “Conquest and Modern International Law—The Legal Limitations on the Acquisition of Territory by Conquest,” By Matthew M. McMahon Arnold J. Lien This, the third of. Mr. Arnold's expositions in book form, finds him in a new r8le and a new mood. He writes now as Assistant Attorney GeneralAuthor: Arnold J. Lien. Mieke Van der Linden (Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg) published an updated version of her doctoral dissertation (defended at Tilburg University, under the direction of R. Lesaffer, ) under the title The Acquisition of Africa ().The Nature of International saludalmomento.club: Frederik Dhondt.


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This book analyzes the traditional criteria of territorial acquisition and demonstrates their inadequacies in the modern context. It also addresses contemporary territorial doctrines and conflicts. It regards territorial acquisition as a comprehensive process involving various considerations leading to the establishment or transfer of exclusive control over territory.3/5(2).

This introductory part examines the long historical evolution of the international law of territory. It examines the concept of territorial acquisition such as conquest, cession, secession and terra nullius. The introduction also gives an overview of the role of territory in the sovereignty of a particular state.

Originally published by Manchester University Press inthis book is now regarded as a classic of international law literature. Jennings examines the major issues relating to the acquisition of territory in a stimulating and elegant manner, providing a sense of the critical relationship between law and politics on the international scene - vital if law is to be practiced and interpreted.

This is an enquiry into the place of the right of conquest in international relations since the early sixteenth century, and the causes and consequences of its demise in the twentieth century.

It was a recognized principle of international law until the early years of this century that a state that emerges victorious in a war is entitled to claim sovereignty over territory which it has taken 5/5(3).

Mar 01,  · Foreign relations law — Secession — Sovereignty — Territory, acquisition and transfer — Territory, title — Territory, non-self-governing Published under the auspices of the Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law under the direction of Rüdiger Wolfrum.

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Modes of acquisition of territory The traditional view is that there are several distinct modes by which sovereignty can be acquired over territory. The classification of these modes was originally borrowed from the Roman law rules Author: Peter Malanczuk.

Malcolm Shaw on Robert Jennings's The Acquisition of Territory in International Law. I have an interest to declare here. The author of the book that I wish to write about bears the same name as the chair of international law that I hold.

Mar 06,  · TERRITORY DEFINED: Territory in international law means any area of the earth’s surface which is the subject of sovereign rights and interests.

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Disputes concerning title to land territory, including islands, and over the precise determination of boundaries are regularly the subject of international proceedings. However, many such conflicts are dormant and it is only when a dispute flares up that it receives publicity. While the occupation of territory not belonging to any state (terra nullius) is no longer a live issue, issues.

Citation David W. Kennedy, Book Review: Review of The Right of Conquest: The Acquisition of Territory by Force in International Law Practice, by Sharon Korman, 91 AM.

INT'L L. ().Author: David W. Kennedy. The modern international law of the acquisition (or attribution) of territory generally requires that there be: an intentional display of power and authority over the territory, by the exercise of jurisdiction and state functions, on a continuous and peaceful basis.

Also in the case of. The notion that a state that emerges victorious in war is entitled to claim sovereignty over conquered territory in virtue of military victory or conquest was a recognized principle of international law until the early years of last century/5(2).

Before the Russian Revolution of March had transformed the whole relation of the belligerents to the national question, it was generally assumed that annexations of territory would follow the conclusion of the First World War, as they had followed the conclusion of previous wars, on the basis of the right of conquest, without regard to nationality or the wishes of the populations concerned.

Subject(s): Territory, acquisition and transfer — Sovereignty — Boundaries — Intertemporal law — Peremptory norms / ius cogens.

Disputes concerning title to land territory, including islands, and over the precise determination of boundaries are regularly the subject of international proceedings.

The concept of territory in international law. International law is based on the concept of the state. The state in its turn lies upon the foundation of sovereignty, which expresses internally the supremacy of the governmental institutions and externally the supremacy of the state as a legal person.

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Acquisition of territory International law Las Palmas (Canary Islands) Law / International Miangas (Indonesia) Miangas Island. Dec 14,  · The acquisition of territory in international law by R. Jennings,Manchester University Press, Oceana Publications edition, in EnglishPages: Territorial issues have historically assumed a central role in international relations.

Despite considerations relating to, for example, human rights and economic and social cooperation, the territorially based view of international law remains the fundamental model and is subscribed to by third world states.

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Sharon Korman 5/5(6). According to this approach, each "mode" TERRITORY, ACQUISITION affords a material description of a factual or juridical process which international law, as an A.

Terminological Questions: Acquisition of Title to objective system of reference, acknowledges to be Territorial Sovereignty. - B. Law—The Legal Limitations on the Acquisition of Territory by Conquest,” By Matthew M.

McMahon Arnold J. Lien Arnold J. Lien,Review of “Conquest and Modern International Law—The Legal Limitations on the Acquisition of Territory by Conquest the third of. Arnold's expositions in book form, finds him in a new r8le and a new mood.

Home / Edinburgh Law Review / List of Issues / Volume 1, Issue 4 / Sharon Korman, THE RIGHT OF CONQUEST: THE ACQUISITION OF TERRITORY BY FORCE IN INTERNATIONAL LAW AND PRACTICE Oxford: Clarendon Press, x and pp (incl index). ISBN 0 19 6. £Author: Stephen C Neff. Jan 16,  · To the Internet Archive Community, Time is running out: please help the Internet Archive today.

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International Law Journal by an authorized administrator of [email protected] Law: A Digital Repository. For more information, please contact [email protected] Recommended Citation Dingley, Mark () "Eruptions in International Law: Emerging Volcanic Islands and the Law of Territorial Acquisition,"Cornell.

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Feb 01,  · It also addresses contemporary territorial doctrines and conflicts. It regards territorial acquisition as a comprehensive process involving various considerations leading to the establishment or transfer of exclusive control over territory.

This approach has many advantages and adds to the development of the law of territorial saludalmomento.club by:. PART II THE EVOLUTION AND SCOPE OF THE LAW OF ACQUISITION OF TERRITORY 4. Marcelo G. Kohen and Mamadou Hébié (), ‘Territory, Acquisition’, in Rüdiger Wolfrum (ed.), The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, Vol.

IX, Oxford, UK and New York, NY: Oxford University Press, – 5.Out of Print. In this book Robert Jennings examines the major issues relating to the acquisition of territory in a stimulating and elegant manner, providing a sense of the critical relationship between law and politics on the international scene - vital if law is to be practiced and interpreted correctly.The very nature of human emerged the contingency to alter the basis concept of territory in International Law.

If the concept of international law reflected its value towards evolvement of politics and reality, it is more likely to witness legitimatized exercises of power such as Occupation, Annexation, Cession, and Prescription come into reality.