The Essentials of International Public Law and Organization

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Law of Neutrality generally (besides the general treatises on Int. Law). -- 21 Annuaire( 1906), 100-88, 345-409; Ariga, La guerre russojaponaise( 1908), passim; Asuni, Droit maritime de l'Europe ( 1805); Barclay, Problems,etc. ( 1907 -- see index); Barbosa, Le devoir des neutres( 1917); Baty, Britain and Sea Law( 1911); Benton, Int. Law and Diplomacyof the Spanish-American War( 1908); Bernard, Neutrality of Great Britain during the American Civil War( 1870); Bon, La guerre russo-japonaise et la nezttralité( 1909); Brewer, Rights and Duties of Neutrals( 1916); Bynkershoek, Questiones juris publici( 1737), lib. i, cc. 8-15; Campbell, Neutral Rights and Obligations in the Anglo-Boer War(1908); Descamp, Le droit de la paix( 1898), and in 7 R. D. I. P. ( 1900), 629 ff. and 705 ff.; Donkier-Curtius, Des navies de guerre dans les eaux neutres( 1907); Dupuis, Le droit de la guerre maritime ( 1911 and 1899); Einicke, Rechte und Pflichten der neutralen Mächte im Seekrieg ( 1912); Fenwick, The Neutrality Laws of the U. S. ( 1913); Féraud-Giraud, in 2 R. D. I. P. ( 1899), 291 ff.; Gaborit, Questions de neutralité maritime soulévees par la guerre russo-japonais ( 1906); Geffcken∘, "Die Neutralität", in 4 Holtzendorff; Gessner, Le droit des neutres sur mer( 1876), and Kriegfültrende u. neutrale Mächte ( 1877); Hall W. E., The Rights and Duties of Neutrals( 1876); Hall J. A ., The Law of Naval Warfare( 1921); 1 and 3 Hautefeuille, Droits et devoirs des neutres ( 1868); Heilborn, Rechte itnd Pflichten der neutralen Staaten( 1887); Hershey, Int. Law and Diplomacy of the Russo-Japanese War( 1906), passim; Holland, "Neutral Duties in a Maritime War," in 2 Proceedings of the British Academy( 1905), or in 37 R. D. I. ( 1905), 359 ff., and Letters to the "Times" upon War and Neutrality ( 1909); Hübner, De la saisie des bâtiments neutres( 1759); 1 and 2 Kleen, Lois et usages de la neutralité ( 1808- 1900); Lawrence, War and Neutrality in the Far East(2d ed., 1904); Laws of Neutrality existing on August 1, 1914 ( Wash., 1918); Ch. de Martens, Causes célèbres ( 1861); Mérignhac, in 32 J. I. P., 592 ff., and Les lois de la guerre svr terre( 1903), liv. V; 7 Moore, Digest. ch. 28, and Am. Diplomacy( 1905), ch. 2; Nagaoka, in 31 J. I. p., 285ff.; Nys, La guerre maritime( 1881), and 2 Etudes, 47-163 (see also 3 Le droit int., 1912); Ortolan, Règles int. et dip. de la mer( 1864): Perels, Manuel de droit mar. int. ( 1884), §§ 38 ff.; Pillet, Les lois actuelles de la guerre ( 1907), chs. 11-12; Rey, La giterre russo-japonaise( 1911); 3 Rolin, Le droit moderne de la guerre( 1921); Rosse, Guide int. du commandant du bâtiment de guerre( 1891); Takahashi, Int. Law applied to the Russo-Japanese War( 1908), Pt. IV; Testa, Le droit public int. war ( 1886), Pt. III, chs. 4-10; Vattel, liv. III, §§ 103-35; 2 Varreas, Le lois de la guerre et la neutralitè( 1906).

For a fuller Bibliography, See 2 Fauchille, pp. 635-38. * 2 Hyde, §§ 848 ff., and in 2 A. J. ( 1908), 507-27; * Lawrence, Pt. IV, chs.

2-3, and War and Neutrality, ch. 6; Lémonon, op. cit., 555-603; * 7 Moore, Digest, ch. 28; * 2 Oppenheim, Pt. III, ch. 2; 1 Scott, 620-48; Takahashi, Russo-Japanese War, Pt. IV, chs. 1-3; 2 Westlake (1st ed.), ch. 8 and pp. 327-31.

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