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Login to add to list. Separate different tags with a comma. Each High Contracting Party undertakes to accept, dpilomatije its relations with all other parties, from the date of the coming into force of the present Convention, istorijs definition of aggression as it has been explained in the Report of the Committee for Security Questions of 24 May Report of Politis to the Conference for armaments reduction and limitation, which was prepared at the proposal of the Soviet delegation.
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Inspired by the spirit of accommodation and conciliation which was of decisive importance in the elaboration of the Kellogg-Briand Pact and the adoption of the decisions of the League of Nations relating to it. The code has three basic parts: Comment on the Classify Project.
Martens, NRG, 3-eme serie, v. The President of the Republic of Turkey: OCLC is a non-profit library cooperative, made up of thousands of member libraries throughout the world. It was open to other States for signing. Learn More About Classify. These online bookshops told us they have this item: The Assembly of the League istorij Nations adopted a declaration in to the effect that any war of aggression is prohibited and will be considered an offence in breach of international law.
Considering it appropriate, in the interest of general peace, to implement among their countries the precise rules for the definition of aggression until the time when these rules become universal; Decided, with these objectives in mind, to conclude this Convention and duly authorized for istorijq purpose:.
Comments and reviews What are comments? It is called the London Convention according to the place where it was signed. Who, after exchanging their Full Powers which were found to be in good and prescribed form, agreed on the following provisions:. Histoire de la diplomatie [par] S. Vladimir Petrovich diplomatihe, LCC. His Majesty The King of Yugoslavia: You also may like to try some of these bookshopswhich may or may not sell this item.
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The ban of attack aggression was contained in the Draft Covenant of the League of Nations and the Draft Treaty on Mutual Assistance of drawn up by a commission of the League of Nations as well as in the Geneva Protocol for Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes, but was not accepted.
The aggressor in an international conflict shall, consequently, be considered, taking into account all agreements in force between the parties jstorija the conflict, the State which is the first to have taken one of the following actions:. The present Agreement shall come into force upon its signing by all the Contracting Powers and shall be ratified within the shortest possible time.
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Your local library may be able to help you gain access to a resource found through Classify and WorldCat. Later on, Bulgaria claimed that the signatories of the Balkan Agreement alsi signed a secret protocol relating to the joint military intervention against the armed bands supported by Bulgaria.