The American philosophy of government : essays

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References: p. 483 The American philosophy of government and its effect on international relations. The declaration of independence as the fundamental constitution of the United States. The development of the American doctrine of jurisdiction of courts over states. Execution of judgments against states. A league of nations according to the American idea. The position of the judiciary. International legislation and administration. Legal limitation of arbitral tribunals. Cooperation vs. compulsion in the organization of the society of nations. Cooperative union of nations. New national processes and organs. The mandatary system. Shantung and spheres of influence. The disposition of the German colonies. Judicative conciliation. The proposed codification of international law. The law of nations. International law and political science. Participation of the allien in the political life of the community 26
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