The Essentials of International Public Law and Organization

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Historical Development of Neutrality. -- Bergbohm, Die bewaffnete Neutralitét ( 1884); * Bernard, Neutrality of Great Britain during the American Civil War ( 1870);* De Boeck, De la privée proprieté ennemie, etc. ( 1882); * Bonfils or 2 Fauchille, Nos. 1497-1521; Bynkershoek, Questionesjuris publici ( 1737), lib. I, cc. 8-15; 4 Calvo, §§ 2495-2591; Cauchy, Le drolit mar. int. ( 1862), passim; Fauchille, La diplomatie française et la ligue des neutres de 1780 ( 1893); Fenwick, ch. 30, and Neutrality Laws of the U. S., 1-14; 3 Fiore, Nos. 1503-35; Geffcken, in 4 Holtzendorff, 614-34; Gessner, Le droit des neutres sur mer ( 1876), 1-69; * Hall, Pt. IV, ch. 2; Hautefeuille, Histoire des origines, etc. ( 1858- 1869), passim, and Des droits et des devoirs des neutres ( 1868), 160-66; * I Kleen, 1-70; * Lawrence, Pt. IV, ch. 1; 2 J. de Louter, § 53; 3 F. de Martens, § 130; * Moore, American Diplomacy, ch. 2; * 3 Nys, 535-46, and 2 Etudes, 47-163; * 2 Oppenheim, §§ 285-92; 3 Phillimore, §§ 161-226; Pike, Law of Contraband ( 1915), chs. 4-5; 2 Rivier, 370-75; Scott, Armed Neutralities of 1780 and 1800 ( 1918); Schuyler, American Diplomacy, 367-403; Taylor, §§ 596-613; 2 Twiss, §§ 208-12; 2 Verraes, 9-16; Walker, History, 195-202, and Science, 374-87; 2 Westlake ( 1st ed.), 169-81.

Characteristics or Fundamental Principles of Neutrality. -- Bluntschli , Arts.742-48; Bonfils and 2 Fauchille, Nos. 1441 and 1443; Bynkershoek, Quest. jur. publ., lib. I, C. 9; 4 Calvo, §§ 2491-93; *Descamp, in 7 R. D. I. P. ( 1900), 629 ff. and 705 ff.; 3 Fiore, Nos. 1536-41, and Int. Law. Cod., Nos. 1791-1827; Geffcken, in 4 Holtzendorff, 605-13; Grotius, lib. III, c. 17, § 3; * Hall, Pt. I, ch. 4; Hammarskjöld , in 3 Bibliotheca Visseriania, 53 ff.; 1 Hautefeuille, Droit des neutres, etc., 174-89; Heffter ( Geffcken), §§ 144 and 146; Heilborn, System, 336-51; Hershey, in 26 Int. J. of Ethics ( 1915-16), 168-76; * Holland, in 2 Proceedings of the British Academy ( 1905) or 37 R. D. I. ( 1905), 359 ff.; * 2 Hyde, 8 844-49; * 1 Kleen, §§ 1-4, 45-46; Lawrence, § 222; Lifschütz, in 27 Z. I. ( 1918), 40-124; 2 Lorimer, 121 ff.; 2 J. de Louter, § 54; 3 F. de Martens, § 131; 3 Mérignhac, 495-516; Liszt, § 66, 3 Nys;. * 2 Oppenheim, §§ 293-319; Perels, § 38; Pillet, Nos. 184 ff.; 8 P.-Fodéré, Nos. 3222-33; * 2 Rivier, 381 ff.; Schopfer, Le principe juriclique de la neutralité ( 1894); Ullmann, § 190; * Vattel, liv. III, §§ 103-04; Walker, Manual, § 54; 2 Westlake (1st ed.), 161-69.

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obligations of Members of the League under the Covenant. No doubt the r6le and scope of neutrality in future wars will be much reduced, and the character of neutral rights and duties will be greatly modified. But it is impossible to foresee what course this development will take. It may, however, not be too hazardous to predict that in a war waged under the auspices of a powerful League, the freedom of the seas will hardly be respected even to the extent that has been the case in the past, and that the forces "coöperating to protect the covenants of the League," will not hesitate to cross the land frontiers of Members of the League, more particularly in view of their obligations under Art. 16 of the Covenant. For a study of "Neutralité et Société des Nations" by Cohn, see I Les origines et l'œuvre de la Société des Nations ( 1924), 153-204.

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