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Mandates in International Law

Cait Storr

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2020-01-15

Mandates in International LawIntroductionThe term “mandate” has no fixed legal definition in international law. In general, it refers to a mode of ext...

Maritime Delimitation

Jorge Antonio Quindimil López

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2015-01-15

Maritime Delimitation Introduction Maritime delimitation is one of the most discussed issues in international law, distinguished by unusual te...

Martens Clause

Vaios Koutroulis

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2013-07-24

Martens Clause ...

Medieval International Law

Ignacio De La Rasilla Del Moral

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2014-06-30

Medieval International Law Introduction The object of study of medieval international law has traditionally been coincidental with the examina...

Mens Rea, International Crimes

Mohamed Elewa Badar, Iryna Marchuk, Sara Porro

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2015-03-10

Mens Rea, International Crimes Introduction The relatively young, albeit dynamic, field of international criminal law, spawned by the prolifer...

Middle East Boundaries and State Formation

Michelle Burgis-Kasthala

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2019-01-15

Middle East Boundaries and State FormationIntroductionStates are the primary actors in the international system, and as Shaw reminds us, “statehood is...


Vincent Chetail

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2014-01-13

Migration Introduction The role of international law in the sensitive field of migration is complex, ambiguous, and frequently neglected by co...

Military Necessity

David Turns

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2012-03-23

Military Necessity Introduction Military necessity is one of the most fundamental yet most misunderstood and misrepresented principles of the i...

Military Occupation

Teresa Fajardo

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2013-08-26

Military OccupationIntroductionMilitary occupation was defined by Oppenheim as “invasion plus taking possession of enemy country for the purpose of ho...


Kristin Henrard

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2012-03-23

Minorities Introduction Although there is still no generally agreed-upon definition of the concept “minority,” it has become clear that most i...

Modes of Participation

Kai Ambos

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2013-06-25

Modes of Participation Introduction Subjects of international law were, originally, merely the states. The first international criminal law in...

Most-Favored-Nation Clauses

Jordi Bonet

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2014-08-26

Most-Favored-Nation Clauses Introduction A most-favored-nation clause (MFNC) is a specific treaty provision “whereby a State [the granting Sta...

Multinational Corporations in International Law

Menno T. Kamminga

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2014-01-13

Multinational Corporations in International Law Introduction A multinational corporation is a centrally coordinated company that is establishe...

Nationality and Statelessness

Laura van Waas, María José Recalde Vela

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2012-03-23

Nationality and StatelessnessIntroductionNationality is the legal bond between a person and a state. It denotes membership and gives rise to both righ...

Natural Law

Craig Reeves

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2012-03-23

Natural Law Introduction Natural law as a field of jurisprudence is part of a wider tradition of thought whose roots reach back into Greek phil...


Elizabeth Chadwick

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2014-03-27

Neutrality Introduction On the outbreak of war, states which do not wish to participate declare neutrality. Also termed “armed neutrality,” a ...

New Approaches to International Law

Thomas Skouteris

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2012-03-23

New Approaches to International Law Introduction New Approaches to International Law captions scholarly work that has become known under numero...

New Haven School of International Law, The

Fozia Lone

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2019-03-27

The New Haven School of International LawIntroductionThe jurisprudence of the New Haven school, otherwise known as the New Haven approach, is a contem...

Non liquet

Ulrich Fastenrath, Franziska Knur

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2016-03-31

Non LiquetIntroductionThe term non liquet originated in Roman law and means “it is not clear.” It refers to a situation in which a competent court or ...

Noninternational Armed Conflict (“Civil War”)

Faustin Ntoubandi

Subject: International Law »

Date Added: 2020-04-22

Noninternational Armed Conflict (“Civil War”)IntroductionA noninternational armed conflict (NIAC) or civil war—as it used to be called in the past—is ...

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