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International Law and Some Contemporary Problems

  • Robert R. Wilson

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1 Foreign Relations, Paris Peace Conference 289 (1942).

2 L.N. Doc. A. 27. 1937.11. B.

3 Vol. 32 (1938), pp. 120–128.

4 The Second World War, Vol. VI (Triumph and Tragedy), p. 289 .

5 Cf. Hyde, James N., “Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Wealth and Resources,” 50 A.J.I.L. 854867 (1956).

6 39 ibid. 790–793 (1945).

7 Cf. Friedmann, W., “Some Impacts of Social Organization on International Law,” 50 A.J.I.L. 475513 (1956).

8 Domke, Martin, “American Protection against Foreign Expropriation in the Light of the Suez Canal Crisis,” 105 Univ. of Pennsylvania Law Review 10331043 (1957).

9 1946 PROCEEDINGS 11.

10 New York Times, Feb. 23, 1958, p. 12 S.

11 Theory and Reality in Public Interational Law 49 (Percy Corbett transl., 1957).

12 See, generally, Seymour Rubin, The Protection of Foreign Investment (1956).

13 In re Kavic, Bjelanovic and Arsenijevic, 1 Int. Law Rep. 371 (1952).

14 In re Kolczynski and Others, [1955] 1 All England Law Reports 31. Cf. the reported refusal of the British House of Commons to grant political asylum to one reported to be an opponent of the Franco regime in Spain and who had fled from that country in order to avoid military service. New York Times, March 7, 1958, p. 10.

15 The reference is to the idea which F. S. C. Northrop presents in the Taming of the Nations (1953).

16 Hazard, John N., “The General Principles of Law,” 52 A.J.I.L. 91, 96 (1958).

17 P.C.I.J., Advisory Committee of Jurists, Procèss-Verbaux of the Committee, June 16-July 20, 1920 (1920), p. 230. Cf. Philip C. Jessup, Elihu Root, Vol. I I , pp. 420-421 (1938).

18 Introduction to Report of the Secretary-General on the Work of the Organization, 16 June, 1956–15 June, 1957, General Assembly, 12th Sess., Official Records, Supp. No. 1 (A/3594), p. 4.

19 However, of the compromissory clauses in each of the sixteen commercial treaties which the United States has signed since the second World War, none incorporates the “domestic jurisdiction” reservation.

20 48 Cong. Rec. 2936 (March 7, 1912).

21 Document cited in note 17 above, p. 229

22 1945 PROCEEDINGS 18.

23 Report cited in note 18 above, p. 6.

24 1925 PROCEEDINGS 2.

25 The United States Attorneys General and International Law (1957).

26 1 McNair, International Law Opinions xvii (1956).

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