recognition of States

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recognition of States

recognition of states and governments

Recognition of States and Governments

BRICS as the recognition of states, not societies

The Quasi-Judicial Function in Recognition of States and Governments (1952)

Can't get no satisfaction? The recognition of revisionist states

Hart’s Rule of Recognition and the United States*


Part IV Invalidity and Termination of Treaties, 20 Absolute Invalidity of Treaties and Their Non-Recognition by Third States

Declaration as to Recognition of the Flag between the International Association of the Congo and the United States, signed at Washington, 22 April 1884

Exchange of Notes between Norway and the United States respecting the Mutual Recognition of Tonnage Certificates, signed at Washington, 4/23 May 1895

Exchange of Notes between France and the United States relative to the reciprocal Recognition of Tonnage Certificates, signed at Paris, 13 November/10 February 1917

Contrasts between the Models of Recognition and the Status of Same-Sex Partnerships in the United States and Northern Europe

Declaration of Guidelines on the Recognition of New States in Eastern Europe and in the Former Soviet Union

Recognition of New States in Eastern Europe and in the Former Soviet Union, Declaration of Guidelines on the

A Short History of Gender Asylum in the United States: Resistance and Ambivalence May Very Slowly be Inching Towards Recognition of Women’s Claims

Exchange of Notes between Germany and the United States for the reciprocal Recognition of Trade Marks in Morocco, signed at Tangier, 28 September/8 October 1901

The ‘Public Policy’ Exception to the Recognition and Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in the Theory and Jurisprudence of the Central and East European States and Russia

Kollektive Nichtanerkennung illegaler Staaten. Grundlagen und Folgen einer international koordinierten Sanktion, dargestellt am Beispiel der Türkischen Republik Nord-Zypern [Collective Non-recognition of Illegal States. Legal Foundations and Consequences of an Internationally Co-ordinated Sanction With Particular Reference to the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus]


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The acknowledgement by the government of an existing State, whether individually or in conjunction with other existing States, of the international personality (see personality, international) of a new State. As ...

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