The Essentials of International Public Law and Organization

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INDEX
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A
Aaland Islands: neutralization of, 197 n.; references on case of, 511 n.
Abyssinia: as member of League of Nations, 167 and n.
Access to sea: as one of the Wilsonian principles, 131 and n., 134 n.
Accretion: as a mode of acquisition of territory, 276, 292.
Acquisition of territory: modes of, 275-93; bibliography on, 293-94.
Adhesion to treaties: 434 n.
Admission: right of, in case of aliens, 369 and n., 370.
Adriatic Question (see Fiume).
Advisory opinions: 481 and n.; references on, 481 n., 488 n.
Aërial Space: as object of Int. Law, 266, 659; the law of, in time of peace, 339-45; control of, 341-42; divisions of, 341 n.; prohibited areas in 343; bibliography on, 345-46; in time of war (see Warfare, Aërial).
Aërial Warfare (see Warfare, Aërial).
Aërodomes: provided for, 344 and n.; equality of charges for, 344 n.
Aëronauts: rights of, in warfare, 662-63 and n.
Aëroplanes: 659.
Afghanistan: 113; not a member of League of Nations, 167 n; status of, 167 n.
Africa: 181 n., 280; prohibition in, 143; partition of, 284 n., 291; and the slave trade, 333 ff., 335; consular jurisdiction in, 424.
Agreements: of 1886 between England and Germany, 291; of 1898 between Great Britain and China, 292.
Agreements, International and World: solemn and imperative character of, 23; as evidences of Int. Law, 24; as acts of international legislation, 25; examples of, 25, 427.
Aggressor: definition of, 150 n., 553 n.; guaranties of League of Nations against, 509 and n.
Aircraft: innocent passage of, 343; nationality of, 343; engaged in international navigation, 343; rights of, 343-44; carriage of explosives by, 344 n.; to land if required, 344; visit of, 344 n.; military, 344-45 n.; bombardment from, 601-02 n.; as contraband, 661 n., 705 n.
Airships: control over, 342 and n.
Aix-la-Chapelle, Congress of ( 1818): 86 n., 681 n., 682 n.
Alabama controversy ( 1872): 26, 94, 681 n., 682 n.
Albania: 511 n.; as member of League of Nations, 167 and n.
Alaska: purchase of, 280; gambling beyond the three-mile limit near, 300 n.; and Bering Sea Controversy, 322 and n., 323 n.
Algeçiras, Congress of: 111-12 and n., terms of, 112 n.; references on, 112 n.
Algerine pirates: 166 n.
Alien enemy: trading with on declaration of war, 566, 572-74; standing in court of, 599.
Aliens: nationality of children born to, 348-54; naturalization of, 357- 62; domiciled, 364-65; right of excluding, 369-70 and n.; practice of the United States in respect to exclusion of, 369-70 and n., 566 and n.; in Great Britain, 371 n.; expulsion of, 374-75, 566 and n.; detention of, 566 and n.; rights of, 375-76; restrictions on, 375-76; duties of, 376-77 and n.; exemption from military service of, 377 n.; bibliography on, 388-89 (see also Foreigners).
Allegiance: 279, 282, 347, 350, 353, 355 n., 359, 365, 367; English doctrine of, 357; aliens owe temporary, 376, 566; theory of, in military occupation, 615 and n.
Alliances: 263 n.; neutralized States cannot contract, 195; treaties of, 176, 194, 211; fate of, in case of universal succession, 217-18; right to conclude, 235.

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