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Seizure of territory : the Stimson doctrine and related principles in legal theory and diplomatic practice.

Author: Robert Langer
Publisher: New York : Greenwood Press, [1969, ©1947]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Langer
OCLC Number: 12108
Description: viii, 313 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Territorial Change in Europe, 1792-1878 --
Europe, 1878-1914 --
Eastern Europe, 1914-1918 --The Birth of the Baltic States --The Soviet-Polish and the Soviet Rumanian Border Dispute between the Two World Wars --
The Attitude of the United States until 1932 --
The Non-Recognition Idea in the Americas prior to 1932 --
The League of Nations: Article X of the Covenant --
The League of Nations: The Non-Recognition Idea before 1932 --
The Manchurian Incident. The Stimson Notes and the League Assembly Resolution of March 11, 1932 --
The Chaco Declaration and the Leticia Dispute. The League Recommendations on Manchuria. The Litvinov Conventions --
Inter-American Conferences and Treaties, 1933-1938 --
Jurists' Drafts, 1934-1939. The Acts of Havana and Chapultepec. The Atlantic Charter and the Cairo Declaration --
The United Nations Charter --
Non-Recognition as a Legal Duty --
The Legal Implications of Non- Recognition --
De Jure and De Facto Recognition. Withdrawal of Recognition --
The Returning Sovereign --
The Termination of Non-Recognition --The Far East --
Ethiopia --
Austria --
Czechoslovakia --
Albania --
Soviet Expansion --
CONCLUSION --
BIBLIOGRAPHY --
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS --
INDEX --
LIST OF CASES.
Other Titles: Stimson doctrine

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