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Tobar doctrine

Overview page. Subjects: International Law.

This is a doctrine of non-recognition of governments first enunciated by Carlos Tobar, the Minister of Foreign Relations of Ecuador, in March 1907, and subsequently adopted into two...

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Tobar doctrine

Edited by John P. Grant and J. Craig Barker.

in Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law

January 2009; p ublished online January 2009 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: International Law. 182 words.

This is a doctrine of non-recognition of governments first enunciated by Carlos Tobar, the Minister of Foreign Relations of

Tobar doctrine

Overview page. Subjects: International Law.

This is a doctrine of non-recognition of governments first enunciated by Carlos Tobar, the Minister of Foreign Relations of Ecuador, in March 1907, and subsequently adopted into two...

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Tobar doctrine

Jonathan Law and Elizabeth A. Martin.

in A Dictionary of Law

P ublished online January 2009 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Law. 106 words.

The doctrine that *recognition of a government should only be granted if that administration came to power by legitimate

Tobar doctrine

Edited by Jonathan Law.

in A Dictionary of Law

January 2015; p ublished online May 2015 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Law. 106 words.

The doctrine that *recognition of a government should only be granted if that administration came to power by legitimate

Tobar doctrine

Edited by Jonathan Law.

in A Dictionary of Law

June 2018; p ublished online June 2018 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Law. 108 words.

The doctrine that *recognition of a government should only be granted if that administration came to power by legitimate democratic means. Named after its creator, the Ecuadorian Minister...

Estrada Doctrine

Overview page. Subjects: International Law.

The doctrine that recognition of a government should be based on its de facto existence, rather than on its legitimacy. It is named after Don Genero Estrada, the Mexican Secretary of...

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recognition

Overview page. Subjects: Law.

N. (in international law)

1 The process by which one state declares that another political entity fulfils the conditions of statehood (see state) and that it is...

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Governments in Exile

Katrin Tiroch.

Reference Entry. Subjects: Public International Law; International Law; Law. 3825 words.

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Recognition

Jochen A Frowein.

Reference Entry. Subjects: Settlement of Disputes; Public International Law; International Law; Law. 5860 words.

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Governments

Siegfried Magiera.

Reference Entry. Subjects: Public International Law; International Law; Law. 4666 words.

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International Law, Regional Developments: Latin America

Vicente Marotta Rangel.

Reference Entry. Subjects: Public International Law; International Law; Law. 10995 words.

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History of International Law, 1815 to World War I

Hans-Ulrich Scupin.

Reference Entry. Subjects: Public International Law; International Law; Law. 21081 words.

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Part II Substantive Law, 3 Customary International Law Analysis

Kriangsak Kittichaisaree.

in The Obligation to Extradite or Prosecute

March 2018 .

Chapter. Subjects: Law. 70 pages. 38758 words.

This chapter explains the theory behind, and the key characteristics of, core crimes (such as genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes) proscribed by peremptory norms (jus cogens),...

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