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1. Ziemele, Ineta : State continuity and nationality, 2005
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

State continuity and nationality : baltic states and Russia / Ziemele, Ineta, xxvi, 424 p.. - Leiden : Martinus Nijhoff publ., 2005.

ISBN 90-04-14295-9

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. INTRODUCTION:. 1. THE PERSISTING SIGNIFICANCE OF NATIONALITY; 2. STATE CONTINUITY AND NATIONALITY: AN OVERVIEW OF THE ISSUES AND THE LIMITS OF INQUIRY; 3. CLAIMS OF THE BALTIC STATES TO STATE CONTINUITY; 4. THE VIEW OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION CONCERNING ITS INTERNATIONAL LEGAL STATUS; 5. INTERNATIONAL REACTIONS TO THE CLAIMS OF THE BALTIC STATES AND THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION; 6. ASSESSMENT OF CLAIMS TO STATE CONTINUITY IN AN INTERNATIONAL LAW CONTEXT; 7. THE REGULATION OF NATIONALITY IN THE BALTIC STATES; 8. THE REGULATION OF NATIONALITY IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION; 9. THE REGULATION OF NATIONALITY IN INTERNATIONAL LAW; 10. THE REGULATION OF NATIONALITY IN SITUATIONS OF TERRITORIAL CHANGE: SELECTED STATE PRACTICE; 11. CONCLUSIONS CONCERNING NATIONALITY LAWS OF THE BALTIC STATES AND THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION; 12. HUMAN RIGHTS ASPECTS OF THE REGULATION OF NATIONALITY; 13. HUMAN RIGHTS OBLIGATIONS OF THE BALTIC STATES AND RUSSIA APPLICABLE IN MATTERS OF NATIONALITY; 14. NATIONALITY LAWS AND MINORITY RIGHTS IN THE BALTIC STATES; GENERAL CONCLUSIONS; Statehood; State Continuity; Nationality; Human Rights; The Baltic States; The Russian Federation;

INDEX WORDS:
* annektering = annexation = aluevaltaus
* nationalitet = nationality = kansallisuus
* deporterade personer = deported persons = karkotetut henkilöt
* Europarådet = Council of Europe = Euroopan Neuvosto
* erga omnes = erga omnes = erga omnes
* statslösa personer = stateless persons = valtiottomat henkilöt
* EU = EU = EU
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* ILO = ILO = ILO
* jus cogens = peremptory norms = peremptory norms
* barn = children = lapset
* minoritetsgrupper = minority groups = vähemmistöryhmät
* NATO = NATO = NATO
* icke-diskriminering = non-discrimination = syrjintäkielto
* OSSE = OSCE = ETYJ
* självbestämmanderätt = self-determination = itsemääräämisoikeus
* ryssar = Russians = venäläiset
* internationell sedvanerätt = customary international law = kansainvälinen tapaoikeus
* statssuccession = state succession = valtioseuraanto

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Armenia / Azerbaijan / Bangladesh / Congo / Croatia / Czechoslovakia / Czech Republic / Egypt / Eritrea / Estonia / Macedonia / France / Georgia / Germany / Iceland / India / Israel / Japan / Korea / Kuwait / Latvia / Lithuania / Lichtenstein / Moldova / Pakistan / Palestine / Poland / Russian Federation / Serbia / Slovakia / Slovenia / Sweden / Syria / Ukraine / United Kingdom / USA / USSR / Western Sahara

NOTE (THESIS): Dr.iur. (thesis), University of Cambridge, [T]

URL http://www.brill.nl/m_catalogue_sub1.htm

 
2. Mälksoo, Lauri : Illegal annexation and state continuity, 2003
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph series

Illegal annexation and state continuity : the case of the incorporation of the Baltic states by the USSR : a study of the tension between normativity and power in international law / Mälksoo, Lauri - (Eric Castrén Institute : monographs on international law and human rights ; vol. 5), xxxiv, 373 p.. - Leiden : Martinus Nijhoff publ., 2003.

ISBN 90-411-2177-3

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. Chapter 1. Illegal Annexation, State Continuity and Identity: Concepts and Controversies:. 1.The Changing Status of Statehood in Contemporary International Law and Society: A Starting Point for the Analysis.2.Reestablished States in the Practice of International Relations: Historical Perspective .3. State Continuity, Identity and Extinction in International Law Doctrine 4.Issues Raised by World War II Annexation Cases in the Legal Doctrine (a) Does State Identity per Definitionem Imply State Continuity? (b) What are the Normative Consequences of State Identity? (c) The Basis in International Law for State Identity in World War II Annexation Cases (i) Occupatio quasi bellica and other auxiliary theories (ii) Illegality of the Annexation due to the Use of Force (iii) The Relevance of the People in Determining the Illegality and the Continuity of Statehood 5. Implications of the Illegality of Annexation For State Personality. Chapter 2. The Legal Status of the Baltic States in International Law after 1991: Claims and Responses:. 1.The Baltic Thesis (a) Republic of Estonia (b) Republic of Latvia (c) Republic of Lithuania, 2.Responses to the Baltic Continuity Thesis in the Practice of International Community (a) Restoration of Diplomatic Relations with Western Countries in 1991,(b) Subsequent Treaty Practice: Multilateral Treaties,(c) Practice Related to Bilateral Treaties, (d) Other Consequences of State Identity in Relations with Western States, (e) Practice as Related to the Membership in International Organisations, (f )The Continuity Thesis of the Baltic States and the Russian Federation, 3. The Legal Status of the Baltic States: Views in the Legal Literature. Chapter 3. he Baltic States Between 1940 and 1991 Illegality and/or Prescription,1.Introduction, 2.The Illegality of the Soviet Annexation, (a) Soviet Occupation and Annexation of the Baltic States in 1940: Facts, (b) Soviet Occupation and Annexation of the Baltic States: Applicable Law (c) Legal Evaluation of the Soviet Policy against the Baltic States in 1930/1940, (d) The Illegality of Annexation in International Law: the Soviet Views, (e) Illegality of the Soviet Annexation: General Conclusions, 3.Prescription and the Soviet Rule in the Illegally Annexed Baltic States (a) The Concept of Prescription in International Law, (i) The Time Factor as an Objective Element in Prescription Analysis?(ii) Criteria for Prescription Analysis,(b) Non-Recognition of the Soviet Annexation of the Baltic States: Law and Politics, (i) Non-Recognition in History, (ii) The Stimson Doctrine, (iii) Non-Recognition of the Soviet Annexation in the Baltic Case, (iv) The Legal Duty of the Non-Recognition of Illegal Annexations since 1970, (v)The Helsinki Final Act: A Western Recognition of the de facto Situation?, (vi)The Legal Relevance of Inconsistencies and Controversial Aspects of the Non-Recognition Policy in the Baltic Case, (vii) Non-Recognition and Prescription in the Baltic Case: Conclusions, (viii) The Status of the Baltic Soviet Socialist Republics from the Viewpoint of International Law, (c) Survival of State Organs of the Baltic Republics in Exile, (i) The Functioning of the Baltic Legations in 1940-1991, (ii) A Particular Estonian Development: the Estonian Government(s)-in-Exile, (iii) The Baltic Legations and Estonian Governmentin-Exile: Evaluation from the Point of View of State Continuity and Prescription,(d) The Baltic Peoples and Prescription, 4.Prescription? Conclusions. Chapter. 4. The ’Occupation’ of the Baltic States (1940-1991)?, 1. The Baltic Thesis of the Soviet Occupation(1940-1940, 1944-1991) 2. The Reception of the Baltic Thesis of the Soviet Occupation, 3. The Development of the Concept of ‘Occupation’ in International Law, (a) Were/Are the 1907 Hague Rules Applicable Beyond the ‘War’?, (b) Occupation Versus Annexation, (c) The Main Requirements of the 1907 Hague Regulations for the Occupying Power and Practice in World War II, 4. An Evaluation of the Baltic Case: Fiction and Reality in Occupation Theory, (a) The Soviet Union and the Hague Regulations, (b) Which Rules of Occupation Were Legally Applicable in the Case of the Baltic States?, (c) Conclusions: International Legal Rules Binding the USSR during its Occupation (Illegal Annexation)of the Baltic States, 5. Conclusion: the Baltic States 1940-1991, Continuity or Extinction? Part II II.Ex Factis Oritur Ius, 1. Introduction Chapter 1. Controversial Claims for the Restoration of Legal Rights in the Baltic Case, 1.The Prevailing Understanding of ’ State Continuity’ in Legal Doctrine, 2. Special Circumstances of the Baltic Case 3. The Controversy about the Principle of Continuity of Citizenship and the Political Rights of the Soviet Settlers, (a) Introduction, (b) The Migration Policies of the Soviet Authorities, (c) The Citizens’ Congresses in Estonia and Latvia in 1990, (d) Baltic Debates about the Political Rights of the Russian Speaking Settlers in the Early 1990s, (e) Baltic Nationality and Naturalization Laws, (i) Estonia, (ii) Latvia, (iii) Lithuania, (f ) The Acceptance of the Continuity of Nationality Principle in the Estonian and Latvian Citizenship Laws by the International Community, (g) Conclusion: No ‘Unrestricted’ Restoration of Nationality in the Baltic Case, 4. Changes with Respect to State Territories: Border Disputes since the Restoration of the Independence of the Baltic States , (a) Estonia (i) The Unilateral ‘Corrections’ of the State Border by the USSR, (ii) The Estonian-Russian Border Negotiations since 1991, (b) Latvia, (i) Unilateral Changes of the State Border by the USSR , (ii) The Latvian-Russian Border Dispute since 1991, (c) The Boundaries of Lithuania, (d) The Border Debate: Legal Issues (e) The Border Debate: Conclusions, 5. The Issue of State Responsibility for the Injuries Caused During the Illegal Soviet Annexation, (a) Introduction, (b) Main Principles of the Law of State Responsibility, (c) On the Conditions of State Responsibility in the Case of the Baltic States: the Issue of Attributability (the International Legal Status of Today’s Russia), (d) The Reparations Issue after the Reestablishment of the Baltic Independence, (e) The Reparations Issue: Conclusions. 6. General Conclusion from Practice: the Discrepancy between Status and Rights. Chapter 6. State Continuity in the Cases of Prolonged Illegal Annexation: Status and/or Rights?:. 1.Introduction, 2. Realist Critiques of International Law, 3. New Haven Approach and New Stream: Politics of International Law, 4.Doctrinal Proposal: Status Goes Beyond Legal Rights and Duties, 5.The Domestic Analogy of the Restoration in the Baltic States: No restitutio ad integrum 6. Conclusions. Part III. Between Normativity and Power: The Implications of the Baltic Case for International Law :. Chapter 7. The Baltic Case and Lessons from Other Cases,1. Introduction, 2. Illegal Annexation and State Continuity, (a) The Annexation of East Timor and the Uncertainties of Non-Recognition in State Practice, (b) State Continuity as a Necessary Consequence of the Illegality of the Annexation, (c) Other Relevant Factors beside Illegality Precedental Effects, (i) Georgia 1921-1991: a Non-Recognized Claim of State Continuity, (ii) The Status of the Non-Recognized State Continuity Claims, (iii) A Case Beyond the Baltic Precedent: Chechnya, 3. Departures from the Effectiveness Principle and the Fear of Unfulfilled Fictions (a) Legality and Effectiveness in Tibet, 4.Concluding Observations, Appendices 1,2,3,4, Bibliography, Index.

INDEX WORDS:
* ESK/KSSE = CSCE = ETYK
* EU = EU = EU
* ICJ = ICJ = ICJ
* IMF = IMF = IMF
* IMO = IMO = IMO
* NATO = NATO = NATO
* PCIJ = PCIJ = PCIJ
* OSSE = OSCE = ETYJ
* UNESCO = UNESCO = UNESCO
* WTO = WTO = WTO
* WHO = WHO = WHO
* annektering = annexation = aluevaltaus
* aggression = aggression = aggressio
* medborgarskap = citizenship = kansalaisuus
* erkännande av stat = recognition of state = valtion tunnustaminen
* ockupation = occupation = miehitys
* självbestämmanderätt = self-determination = itsemääräämisoikeus
* statsansvar = state responsibility = valtiovastuu
* statssuccession = state succession = valtioseuraanto

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Chechnya / Estonia / Georgia / Latvia / Lithuania / Russian Federation / Portugal / Poland / Ethiopia / Czechoslovakia / Albania / Austria / Algeria / Syria / Tibet

LIBRARY LOCATION: Off.rätt.

URL http://www.brill.nl/m_catalogue_sub1.htm

 
3. Ginbar, Yuval : On the way to annexation, 1999
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

On the way to annexation : human rights violations resulting from the establishment and expansion of the Ma'aleh Adumim settlement / Ginbar, Yuval, 51 p.. - Jerusalem : B'TSELEM: The Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories, 1999. - ISSN 0792-8114

LANGUAGE: ENG

INDEX WORDS:
* palestinier = Palestinians = palestiinalaiset
* annektering = annexation = aluevaltaus
* brott mot mänskliga rättigheter = human rights violations = ihmisoikeusloukkaukset
* expropriation = expropriation = pakkolunastus
* utvisning = expulsion = maastakarkotus

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Israel/West Bank (Palestine) Occupied Territories


24.11.1999