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Title Recueil des cours / Académie de droit international.

Published Paris : Hachette, 1925-
Dates of Publication T. 1 (1923)-

LocationUniM Law P 
Call No.RECU
Holdingsv.1-v.350. 1923-2010. (incomplete)

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Law P  RECU  INDEX v.1-101    AVAILABLE
 UniM Law P  RECU  INDEX v.102-125 1961-1968    AVAILABLE
 UniM Law P  RECU  INDEX v.126-151 1969-76    AVAILABLE
 UniM Law P  RECU  INDEX v.152-178 1976-1982    AVAILABLE
 UniM Law P  RECU  INDEX v.179-200    AVAILABLE
 UniM Law P  RECU  INDEX v.201-250    AVAILABLE
 UniM Law P  RECU  INDEX v.231-240    AVAILABLE
 UniM Law P  RECU  INDEX v.241-250    AVAILABLE
 UniM Law P  RECU  INDEX v.251-260    AVAILABLE
 UniM Law P  RECU  INDEX v.251-300    AVAILABLE

Physical description volumes : portraits ; 25 cm
Frequency Irregular.
Notes Title also appears <1973-> in English: Collected courses of the Hague Academy of International Law.
Published: Leyde : A.W. Sijthoff, <1973->
Contents Machine generated contents note: pt. I Formal issues -- ch. I The path leading to the Vienna Conference of 1968-1969 -- A.Introduction -- B.Brierly's Reports (1950-1952) -- C.Lauterpacht's Reports (1953-1954) -- D.Fitzmaurice's Reports (1956-1960) -- E.Waldock's Reports (1962-1966) -- 1.Election -- 2.Reports I-III (1962-1964) -- 3.Reports IV-VI (1965-1966) -- 4.Appreciation -- F.The 1968-1969 Vienna Conference on the Law of Treaties -- 1.First Session of 1968 -- 2.Second Session of 1969 -- G.Comparison with UNCLOS III -- ch. II Evolution since 1969 -- A.Adoption of the Convention on 22 May 1969 -- B.The Convention's final clauses (Arts, 81-85) -- 1.Article 81 on signatures to the Convention -- 2.Article 82 on ratification of the Convention -- 3.Article 83 on accession to the Convention -- 4.Article 84 on the entry into force of the Convention (27 January 1980) -- 5.Article 85 on the authentic texts of the Convention -- C.Current status of the Convention -- 1.Overview --
Contents note continued: 2.Analysis -- D.Subsequent reservations and interpretative declarations -- 1.Overview -- 2.List -- 3.Analysis -- E.Subsequent application by international and national tribunals and in State practice -- 1.General -- 2.Provisions attracting much practice -- 3.Provisions attracting little or no practice -- F.Subsequent Vienna Conventions -- 1.1978 Vienna Convention on Succession of States in Respect of Treaties -- 2.1986 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties between States and International Organizations or between International Organizations -- G.Proposals for reform of the Convention -- ch. III Relations between the Convention and customary international law -- A.Introduction -- B.The requirements of State practice and opinio juris --- an overview -- C.Interrelations between customary law and treaties -- 1.The Convention as codification and/or progressive development -- 2.Methods of codification -- 3.Embodiment of the law of treaties in a treaty --
Contents note continued: 4.Generation of new customary law by means of a treaty rule (Art 38 of the Convention) -- 5.Modification of a treaty rule by means of customary law (Art. 68, para. (c), of the 1LC Draft 1964) -- D.Effects of the declaratory nature of treaty rules -- 1.Declaratory and non-declaratory treaty rules -- 2.Effects before a treaty's entry into force -- 3.Reservations and customary law -- (a).Admissibility -- (b).Applicable law -- 4.Influence of customary and treaty rules on the interpretation of each other -- 5.Subsequent changes in the treaty regime -- E.Provisions on customary law in the Convention and in ILC Drafts -- F.The Convention as customary law -- 1.Introduction -- 2.General statements on the declaratory character -- 3.Conclusion -- pt. II Substantial issues (selection) -- ch. IV Reservations to treaties (Articles 19-23 of the Convention) -- A.Introduction -- B.Travaux preparatoires of Articles 19-23 -- 1.ILC -- 2.Vienna Conference 1968-1969 --
Contents note continued: C.Generally on reservations -- 1.Definition -- 2.Bilateral and multilateral treaties -- 3.Freedom to make reservations -- 4.Abrogation of Convention provisions -- D.Interpretation of Article 19 on the formulation of reservations -- 1.Reservations prohibited by the treaty (para. (a)) -- 2.Specified reservations implicitly excluding other reservations (para. (b)) -- 3.Incompatibility with the treaty's object and purpose (para (c)) -- E.Interpretation of Article 20 on the acceptance of and objection to reservations -- 1.Reservations authorized by the treaty (para. 1) -- 2.Reservations to treaties with a limited number of States (para. 2) -- 3.Reservations to constituent instruments of international organizations (para. 3) -- 4.Position of reservations prohibited under Article 19, paragraph (c) (para. 4) -- 5.Acceptance of reservations (subpara. 4 (a)) -- 6.Objections to reservations (subpara. 4 (b)) -- 7.Effectiveness of acceptance (subpara 4 (c)) --
Contents note continued: 8.Tacit acceptance and its consequences (para. 5) -- F.Interpretation of Article 21 on the legal effects of reservations and of objections to reservations -- G.Interpretation of Article 22 on the withdrawal of reservations and of objections to reservations -- H.Interpretation of Article 23 on the procedure regarding reservations -- I.Forty years after -- 1.Matters not dealt with -- 2.ILC Guidelines -- 3.Reservations to the Convention -- 4.Customary basis of Articles 19-23 -- 5.Conclusions -- ch. V Interpretation of treaties (Articles 31-32 of the Convention) -- A.Introduction -- B.Travaux preparatoires of Articles 31 and 32 -- C.Interpretation of Articles 31 and 32 -- 1.Good faith (para. 1) -- 2.Ordinary meaning in context (para. 1) -- 3.Object and purpose (para. 1) -- 4.Authentic interpretation (para. 2 and subparas. 3 (a) and (b)) -- 5.Other rules of international law (subpara. 3 (c)) -- 6.Special meanings (para. 4) --
Contents note continued: 7.The use of travaux preparatoires -- 8.Manner of employing these means of interpretation -- D.Articles 31 and 32 forty years after -- 1.Practice -- 2.Customary basis of Articles 31 and 32 -- 3.Conclusion -- ch. VI Jus cogens (Articles 53, 64, 66, paragraph (a), and 71) -- A.Introduction -- B.Travaux preparatoires -- C.Interpretation of the provisions on jus cogens -- D.The Provisions on jus cogens forty years after -- ch. VII Grounds of invalidity, termination and suspension of the operation of treaties, in particular breach of treaty (Article 60) -- A.Introduction I --- Part V of the Convention -- 1.Overview -- 2.Reactions of States -- B.Introduction II --- the pre-1969 situation on breach of treaty -- C.Travaux preparatoires of Article 60 -- D.Interpretation of Article 60 on breach of treaty -- 1.Scope of Article 60 -- 2.Common terms in Article 60 -- 3.No direct effects (Arts. 65-68) -- 4.What constitutes a material breach (para. 3)? --
Contents note continued: 5.Breach of bilateral treaties (para. 1) -- 6.Breach of multilateral treaties (para. 2) -- 7.Specific treaty provisions (para. 4) -- 8.Humanitarian treaties (para. 5) -- E.Article 60 on breach of treaty forty years after -- 1.Practice -- 2.Customary basis of Article 60 -- 3.Conclusion -- ch. VIII Procedures with respect to invalidity, termination, withdrawal from or suspension of the operation of a treaty (Articles 65-68 and Annex to Article 66 of the Convention) -- A.Introduction -- B.Travaux preparatoires of Articles 65-68 -- 1.ILC -- 2.Vienna Conference 1968-1969 -- C.Interpretation of Article 65 -- 1.Scope -- 2.Notification (para. 1) -- 3.Objection (para. 2) -- 4.Means of Article 33 of the UN Charter (para. 3) -- 5.Other agreements on dispute settlement (para. 4) -- 6.Article 65 as a reply (para. 5) -- D.Interpretation of Article 66 and its Annex -- 1.Scope of Article 66 and its relationship to paragraph 3 of Article 65 (opening sentence) --
Contents note continued: 2.Arbitration (para. (a)) -- 3.International Court of Justice (para. (b)) -- 4.Conciliation Commission (para. (b)) -- 5.Annex to Article 66 and its relationship to paragraph 3 of Article 65 -- E.Interpretation of Articles 67 and 68 -- F.Forty years after -- 1.Practice -- 2.Reservations, in particular to Article 66 -- 3.Customary basis of Articles 65-68 -- 4.Conclusions -- Conclusions -- A.Summary -- B.The Convention after 40 years --- an appraisal -- C.The next 40 years.
Notes Publication suspended between 1939, pt. 3 (t. 69)-1947, pt. 1.
Indexed Vols. 1 (1923)-20 (1927). 1 v.; Vols. 21 (1928)-42 (1932). 1 v.; Vols. 1 (1923)-62 (1937). 1 v.; Vols. 1 (1923)-84 (1953). 1v.; Vols. 1 (1923)-101 (1960). 1 v.; Vols. 102 (1961)-125 (1968). 1 v.; Vols. 126 (1969)-151 (1976). 1 v.; Vols. 152 (1977)-178 (1994). 1 v.
Language notes English and French.
Other author Hague Academy of International Law.
Subject International law.
Abbreviated title Recl. cours - Acad. Droit Int.
Other title Recueil des cours - Académie de Droit International.
Variant Title Collected courses of the Hague Academy of International Law v. 125-
ISSN 0169-5436 0001-401X