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" Having no common superior to judge between them, they stand in precisely the same predicament as two nations who engage in a contest and have recourse to arms. "
International Law Documents... - Página 62
por Naval War College (U.S.) - 1903
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The Elements of International Law: With an Account of Its Origin, Sources ...

George Breckenridge Davis, Gordon Edward Sherman - 1915 - 712 páginas
...Santissima Trinidad, 7 Wheaton, 283 [337]. To create the right of blockade and other belligerent rights, as against neutrals, it is not necessary that the...engage in a contest and have recourse to arms.— Prize Cases, 2 Black, 635. 279 nary to the admission of the new state into the family of nations.'...
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United States Congressional Serial Set, Tema 6904

1916 - 1304 páginas
...the right or wrong lies? On earth they have no common superior. They stand, therefore, in precisely the same predicament as two nations who engage in a contest, and being unable to come to an agreement, have recourse to arms. But when a nation becomes divided Into...
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Cases on International Law: Principally Selected from Decisions of English ...

James Brown Scott - 1922 - 1246 páginas
...distinct societies. * * * On earth they have no common superior. They stand, therefore, in precisely the same predicament as two nations who engage in a contest, and, being unable to come to an agreement, have recourse to arms. This being the case, it is very evident...
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Prize Cases Decided in the United States Supreme Court, 1789-1918 ..., Volumen3

United States. Supreme Court - 1923 - 786 páginas
...other. | 4. To create this and other belligerent rights, as against neutrals, it is not necessary p. 636 that the party claiming them should be at war with...who engage in a contest and have recourse to arms. 5. A state of actual war may exist without any formal declaration of it by either party ; and this...
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National University Law Review, Volumen6

1926 - 666 páginas
...bodies, two distinct societies. Having no common superior to judge between them, they stand in precisely the same predicament as two nations who engage in a contest and have recourse to arms. " 'This being the case, it is very evident that the common laws of war — those maxims of humanity,...
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Das Staatsarchiv: Sammlung der offiziellen Aktenstücke zur ..., Volúmenes8-9

Ludwig Karl Aegidi, Alfred Klauhold, Hugo Kremer (Ritter von Auenrode), Hans Delbrück, Gustav Roloff, Friedrich Thimme - 1865 - 872 páginas
...— two distinct societies. Having no common superior to judge between them , they stand in precisely the same predicament as two nations who engage in a contest and have recourse to arms.' 51 „As a civil war is never publicly proclaimed, со nomine, against insurgents, its actual existence...
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Judicial Interpretation of International Law in the United States

Charles Pergler - 1928 - 244 páginas
...bodies, two distinct societies. Having no common superior to judge between them, they stand in precisely the same predicament as two nations who engage in a contest and have recourse to arms. "This being the case, it is very evident that the common I laws of war — those maxims of humanity,...
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The Law Journal Reports, Volumen19

1850 - 642 páginas
...necessarily be considered as thenceforward constituting two separate bodies. They stand in precisely the same predicament as two nations who engage in a contest, and, being unable to come to an agreement, have recourse to arms." Thus, then, it was evident that the revolution...
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Union in Peril: The Crisis Over British Intervention in the Civil War

Howard Jones - 1992 - 324 páginas
...opposing sides were "two separate hodies, two distinctive societies," who "stand therefore in precisely the same predicament as two nations, who engage in a contest, and, being unable to come to an agreement, have recourse to arms." The "common laws of war" apply to civil...
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War Powers Under the Constitution of the United States

William Whiting - 2002 - 364 páginas
...— two distinct societies. Having no common superior to judge between them, they stand in precisely the same predicament as two nations who engage in a contest and have recourse to arms. This being the case, it is very evident that the common laws of war, those maxims of humanity, moderation,...
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