Compte rendu de la XIIe conférence tenue à Saint Louis, Missouri, du 12 au 14 septembre 1904

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Imprimerie nationale, 1905 - Arbitration (International law) - 76 pages
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Page 64 - Les différends d'ordre juridique ou relatifs à l'interprétation des traités existant entre les deux parties contractantes qui viendraient à se produire entre elles et qui n'auraient pu être réglés par la voie diplomatique, seront soumis à la Cour permanente d'arbitrage établie par la convention du 29 juillet 1899, à la Haye, à la condition toutefois qu'ils ne mettent en cause ni les intérêts vitaux ni l'indépendance ou l'honneur des deux États contractants et qu'ils ne touchent pas...
Page 5 - WHEREAS, enlightened public opinion and modern civilization alike demand that differences between nations should be adjudicated and settled in the same manner as disputes between individuals are adjudicated, namely, by the arbitrament of courts in accordance with recognized principles of law, this conference requests the several governments of the world to send delegates to an international conference to be held at a time and place to be agreed upon by them for the purpose of considering: 1.
Page 11 - Till the war drum throbs no longer and the battle flags are furled In the Parliament of man, the federation of the world.
Page 60 - The questions for the consideration of which the conference at The Hague expressed a wish that a future conference be called. "2. The negotiation of arbitration treaties between the nations represented at the conference to be convened. " 3. The advisability of establishing an International Congress to convene periodically for the discussion of international questions. "And this conference respectfully and cordially requests the President of the United States to invite all the nations to send representatives...
Page 64 - Haye, à la condition, toutefois, qu'ils ne mettent en cause ni les intérêts vitaux, ni l'indépendance ou l'honneur des deux Etats contractants et qu'ils ne touchent pas aux intérêts de tierces puissances. ART. 2. — Dans chaque cas particulier, les hautes parties contractantes, avant de s'adresser à la Cour permanente d'arbitrage, signeront un compromis spécial déterminant nettement l'objet du litige, l'étendue des pouvoirs des arbitres et les détails à observer en ce qui concerne la...
Page 39 - July, 1899, provided nevertheless, that they do not affect the vital interests, the independence, or the honor of the two Contracting States, and do not concern the interests of third Parties.
Page 61 - In response to your resolutions, I shall at an early date ask the other nations to join in a second congress at The Hague. I feel, as I am sure you do, that our efforts should take the shape of pushing forward toward completion the work already begun at The Hague, and that whatever is now done should appear not as something divergent therefrom, but as a continuance thereof.
Page 60 - The conference requests the several governments of the world to send representatives to an international conference, to be held at a time and place to be agreed upon by them, for the purpose of considering —
Page 63 - Dans les questions d'ordre juridique, et en premier lieu dans les questions d'interprétation ou d'application des conventions internationales, l'arbitrage est reconnu par les puissances signataires comme le moyen le plus efficace et en même temps le plus équitable de régler les litiges qui n'ont pas été résolus par les voies diplomatiques.
Page 61 - ... others. The right and the responsibility must go hand in hand. Our effort must be unceasing both to secure in each nation full acknowledgment of the rights of others, and to bring about in each nation an ever growing sense of its own responsibilities. At an early date I shall issue the call for the conference you request.

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