|I. THE LEGAL STATUS OF THE CONTESTING PARTIES||1|
|The Outbreak of the Insurrection||1|
|The Admission of Insurgency by Foreign States||3|
|Recognition of Belligerency in International Law||7|
|Attempted Closures of Ports||9|
|The Non-Intervention System and Recognition of Belligerency||14|
|Recognition of the Franco Government||16|
|Belligerency Not Recognized by Foreign States||18|
|Status of the Contesting Parties and their Property before Foreign
|II. INTERFERENCE WITH FOREIGN SHIPPING||25|
|Visitation and Search by War Vessels||26|
|The Use of Automatic Contact Mines||28|
|Aerial Bombardment and Control||31|
|The Four-Power Agreement of June 12, 1937||32|
|The Nyon Supplementary Agreement of September 17, 1937||33|
|Foreign Vessels within Territorial Waters||35|
|The Nyon Arrangement of September 14, 1937||41|
|III. THE INTERNATIONAL NON-INTERVENTION SYSTEM||53|
|Non-Intervention in Civil Strife||56|
|Analysis of the Declarations of 1936||57|
|National Measures for the Enforcement of the Declarations||60|
|The Non-Intervention Committee||69|
|Agreement to Prohibit the Departure of Volunteers||72|
|National Measures for the Restraint of Volunteers||73|
|The Search for an International Control||77|
|The March 8, 1937, Observation Scheme||79|
The Powers and Duties of: |
|The Non-Intervention Committee||81|
|The International Board||82|
|The Land Frontier Observers||82|
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Book title: International Law and Diplomacy in the Spanish Civil Strife.
Contributors: Norman J. Padelford - Author, Bureau of International Research of Harvard University and Radcliffe College. - OrganizationName.
Publisher: The Macmillan Company.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1939.
Page number: xi.
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