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" Sovereignty in the relations between States signifies independence. Independence in regard to a portion of the globe is the right to exercise therein, to the exclusion of any other State, the functions of a State. "
Sovereign Subjects: Indigenous sovereignty matters - Page 36
by Aileen Moreton-Robinson - 2007 - 256 pages
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International Law Reports

Arnold D. McNair, H. Lauterpacht - Law - 1932 - 642 pages
...sovereignty, in the relation between States signifies independence. Independence in relation to territory is the right to exercise therein, to the exclusion of any other State, the functions of a State. International law has established this principle of the exclusive competence of the State in regard...
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Committee Prints

United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee on Space and Astronautics - 1958
...between the United States of America and the Netherlands: "Sovereignty in the relations between states * * * territorial sovereignty * * * involves the exclusive right to display the activities of a state....
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Recueil Des Cours 1961

Academie De Droit International De La Ha - Law - 1968 - 488 pages
...arbitrator states that sovereignty in the relations between States signifies independence, and that independence in regard to a portion of the globe is...the exclusion of any other State, the functions of State. This right has, of course, as a corollary, a duty to respect the pertinent international obligations...
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Recueil Des Cours, Collected Courses, 1971, Volume 132

Law - 1972 - 558 pages
...acephalous and segmentary, whereas a single headship is mark of the presence of the State". In sum: "Independence in regard to a portion of the globe...exclusion of any other State, the functions of a State . . . Territorial Sovereignty . . . serves to divide between nations the space upon which human activities...
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Jurisdiction Over Crimes on Board Aircraft

Sami Shubber - Law - 1973 - 369 pages
...settling most questions that concern international relations: "Sovereignty in the relations between States signifies independence. Independence in regard to...exclusion of any other State, the functions of a State." 2 UNRIAA, p. 838. 11 See Jennings, loc. cit., p. 149. See also Sir Erick Beckett: "...No State can...
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International Law Reports

E. Lauterpacht - Law - 1978 - 288 pages
...in respect of its own land territory. In this context "Sovereignty in the relations between States signifies independence. Independence in regard to...exclusion of any other State, the functions of a State " : the Island of Palmas Case 2 UN Rep. (Int'l Arb. Awards) 82g,ll] at p. 838. The "any other State"...
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The Law and Organisation of International Commodity Agreements

K. R. Khan - Business & Economics - 1982 - 416 pages
...the Palmas Case, 'in the relations between States signifies independence. Independence in regard to portion of the globe is the right to exercise therein, to the exclusion of any other State, the function of a State'.39 These functions may be political or economic. Economic independence is an essential...
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Recueil Des Cours, Collected Courses 1980

Law - 1982 - 377 pages
...explained Judge Huber in his famous award in the Island ofPalmas case, "in the relations between States signifies independence. Independence in regard to...the exclusion of any other State, the functions of a State26." Sovereignty, therefore, is essentially territorial and "includes certain powers to be exercised...
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Recueil Des Cours, Collected Courses 1980

Law - 1984 - 377 pages
...Gebietskorperschaften, Berlin, 1889. 362. Here it is worth recalling what has been stated with authority : "Independence in regard to a portion of the globe...exclusion of any other State, the functions of a State." However, this right has a corollary obligation "to protect within the territory the rights of other...
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The structure and process of internatiobnal law: essays in legal philosophy ...

Ronald St John MacDonald, Douglas Millar Johnston - Law - 1983 - 1 pages
...following classic definition of external sovereignty: 'Sovereignty in the relations between States signifies independence. Independence in regard to...the exclusion of any other State, the functions of a State.'67 Even more clearly, Judge Dionisio Anzilotti, in his Individual Opinion in the Austro-German...
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