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" If the law of nations is to be binding, if the decisions of tribunals charged with the application of that law to international controversies are to be respected, there must be a change in theory, and violations of the law of such a character as to threaten... "
Proceedings of ... National Conference, American Society for Judicial ... - Page 40
by American Society for Judicial Settlement of International Disputes - 1916
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The American Journal of International Law

James Brown Scott, George Grafton Wilson - Electronic journals - 1919
...of society." (Writings, ed. 1903, 5: 75.) More recently the theory was clearly stated by Elihu Root, "If the law of nations is to be binding, if the decisions...law maintained and a legal injury to every nation." (This JOURNAL, 10:9.) See also Creasy, "First Platform of International Law," London, 1876, p. 44;...
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The American Journal of International Law

James Brown Scott, George Grafton Wilson - Electronic journals - 1918
...number of earlier treaties "evidently by an oversight of one of the provisions of the Constitution." 650 "If the law of nations is to be binding, if the decisions...law maintained and a legal injury to every nation." (E. Root, The Outlook for International Law, this JOURNAL, 10: 9.) "That commonwealth is best administered...
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The American Journal of International Law

James Brown Scott, George Grafton Wilson - Electronic journals - 1918
...number of earlier treaties "evidently by an oversight of one of the provisions of the Constitution." 660 "If the law of nations is to be binding, if the decisions...law maintained and a legal injury to every nation." (E. Root, The Outlook for International Law, this JOURNAL, 10: 9.) "That commonwealth is best administered...
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Bulletin of the Pan American Union, Volume 79

Pan American Union - America - 1945
...law of such a character as to threaten the peace and order of the community of nations must be deemed a violation of the right of every civilized nation...law maintained and a legal injury to every nation. . . . Rules may be so framed," he thought, "that a policy of aggression cannot be worked out except...
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International Law, Public Law and Jurisprudence

James Brown Scott - International law - 1917 - 865 pages
...of the law of such a character as to threaten the peace and order of the community of nations most be deemed to be a violation of the right of every civilized nation to have the law maintained and n legal Injury to every nation. When a controversy arises between two nations, other nations are Indeed...
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The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge, Volume 15

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1919
...immediately wronged, and therefore they are strangers to the controversy. As ex-Senator Root has well said: ĢIf the law of nations is to be binding, if the decisions...what the law requires in that controversy, but they cannot really be .strangers to a dispute as to whether the law which is applicable to the circumstances...
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The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge, Volume 15

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1919
...immediately wronged, and therefore they are strangers to the controversy. As ex-Senator Root has well said: "If the law of nations is to be binding, if the decisions...what the law requires in that controversy, but they cannot really be strangers to a dispute as to whether the law which is applicable to the circumstances...
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The American Journal of International Law

James Brown Scott, George Grafton Wilson - Electronic journals - 1919
...of society." (Writings, ed. 1903, 5: 75.) More recently the theory was clearly stated by Klilm Root, "If the law of nations is to be binding, if the decisions...law maintained and a legal injury to every nation." (This JOURNAL, JO: 9.) See also Creasy, "First Platform of International Law," London, 1876, p. 44;...
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The North American Review, Volume 212

North American review - 1920
...nation inflicting it. There has been no general recognition of the right of other nations to object. ... If the law of nations is to be binding, if the decisions...what the law requires in that controversy, but they cannot really be strangers to a dispute as to whether the law which is applicable to the circumstances...
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The League of Nations and the New International Law

John Eugene Harley - International law - 1921 - 127 pages
...a crime against civilization." l " If," said Mr. Root, " the law of nations is to be binding, . . . there must be a change in theory, and violations of...law. maintained and a legal injury to every nation." 2 Several clauses of the Covenant actually apply the change in the theory of international law which...
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