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International law and protection of Namibia"s territorial integrity

boundaries and territorial claims

by S. Akweenda

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Published by Kluwer Law International in The Hague, Boston, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Namibia,
  • Namibia.
    • Subjects:
    • Territory, National -- Namibia.,
    • Namibia -- International status.,
    • Namibia -- Boundaries.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby S. Akweenda.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKZ4643 .A37 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 370 p. ;
      Number of Pages370
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL670493M
      ISBN 109041104127
      LC Control Number97016415

        Environmental Protection; questionable readings of international law. that respect for the territorial integrity of a non-self-governing territory is a key element in the exercise of the. International law reaches deep into our ordinary lives. Thousands of treaties regulate everything from trade in agricultural products to air transport, rights in coastal waters, telecommunications, the release of chlorofluorocarbons into the atmosphere, appropriate conduct in war, state territorial integrity, and criminal responsibility.

      Captain Charles C. Forsyth of the Cape of Good Hope Station was ordered to take possession of the Penguin Islands and the Lüderitz n Forsyth proclaimed British sovereignty over the islands on 5 May He landed on the Halifax Island two days later on HMS Valorous and erected a board claiming the island in the name of the British ruler. International Law and the Protection of Namibia's Territorial Integrity: Boundaries and Territorial Claims. by S. Akweenda (pp. ) Review by: Henry J. Richardson III.

      Accordance with International Law of the Unilateral Declaration of Independence in Respect of Kosovo was a request for an advisory opinion referred to the International Court of Justice by the United Nations General Assembly regarding the Kosovo declaration of territory of Kosovo is the subject of a dispute between Serbia and the Republic of Kosovo established by the. The theoretical foundation of the principles of international water law related to transboundary water resources management evolves from different theories and doctrines. This section summarises three major ones: 1 theory of absolute territorial sovereignty 2 theory of absolute territorial integrity 3 theory of limited territorial sovereignty.


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International law is not static; it develops constantly. Namibia is classic case, illustrating the changing law of nations. International Law and the Protection of Namibia's Territorial Integrity: Boundaries and Territorial Claims demonstrates this with an analysis of the legal and factual elements present in the creation, boundaries and territorial claims of Namibia, and the determinations of Cited by: 6.

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INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE PROTECTION OF NAMIBIA'S TERRITORIAL INTEGRITY: BOUNDARIES AND TERRITORIAL CLAIMS by S. AKWEENDA KLUWER LAW INTERNATIONAL THE HAGUE / LONDON / BOSTON.

vn TABLE OF CONTENTS Function of Maps in International Law Legal Significance of a Disclaimer on a Map Conclusions on Maps 3. Evolution of. International law and the protection of Namibia's territorial integrity Boundaries and territorial claims. By S Akweenda. 05I - Law, law enforcement, penal administration, 05J - Political science, public administration.

Territorial integrity is the principle under international law that prohibits states from the use of force against the "territorial integrity or political independence" of another state.

It is enshrined in Article 2(4) of the UN Charter and has been recognized as customary international law. Conversely it states that imposition by force of a border change is an act of aggression. The constitutionality of Namibia’s territorial integrity Lazarus Hangula Introduction As Namibia enters the third decennium of its existence as a nation state, it stands to be congratulated for its tremendous achievements in the area of socioeconomic and infrastructural development as well as for peace and security.

By the principle of. The "African Yearbook of International Law" provides an intellectual forum for the systematic analysis and scientific dissection of issues of international law as they apply to Africa, as well as Africa's contribution to the progressive development of international law.

It contributes to the promotion, acceptance of and respect for the principles of international law, as well as to the. BOOKS. International Law and the Protection of Namibia’s Territorial Integrity: Boundaries and Territorial Claims, Kluwer Law International, Hague, London and Boston,pp.

“From Harmon to Helsinki: The Evolution of Key Principles in International Water Law”, Being Chapter 7 in A Turton and R. Henwood (Editors), Hydropolitics in the Developing World, African Water Research Issues. - international law will always seek to withhold territorial integrity on the ground of 'protection of morals'-a legitimate (and not arbitrary) aim pursued by the State to address a pressing social need in the State.

S.A.S. France. Four sources of law The Namibian Constitution is the Supreme Law of Namibia. All other laws must be in line with the Constitution to be valid. There are four sources of law in Namibia: (1) statutes (2) common law (3) customary law and (4) international law.

These four kinds of law are explained in more detail in the other factsheets in this series. International law and the protection of Namibia's territorial integrity: boundaries and territorial claims.

Author: Akweenda, Sakeus. ISNI: Law Share: Terms and Conditions |. The fundamental freedoms shall be exercised subject to the law of Namibia, in so far as such law imposes reasonable restrictions on the exercise of such rights and freedomswhich are necessary in a democratic society and are required in the interests of the sovereignty and integrity of Namibia, national security, public order, decency or.

This book offers a comprehensive, highly informative and interdisciplinary study on territorial integrity and the challenges globalization, self-determination and external interventions present.

This study aims at not only to fill an epistemological gap in this regard, but also answer the question of whether International Law is adequately. This chapter analyses one of the core norms of international law under the two-pillar standard of thin justice—sovereignty norms, the critical rules that ban the use of force and intervention by one state in another's internal affairs.

It first considers the UN Charter's prohibition on the use of force and the exception to it for a state's self-defence in response to an armed attack. International Law by an authorized editor of BrooklynWorks.

Recommended Citation Joshua Castellino, Territorial Integrity and the "Right" to Self-Determination: An Examination of the Conceptual Tools.

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Independence Avenue Windhoek, Namibia Tel: + (0)61. ‘Humanitarian intervention lies at the fault line between the international system’s commitments to state autonomy and integrity and to the protection of human rights. These original essays are an important contribution to policy clarification and to scholarship.’.Yale Journal ofInternational Law Vol.peal.

Unfortunately, it seems directly contrary to another, equally venera­ ble, principle ofinternational law, which upholds the territorial integrity of existing states.4 In secessionist struggles, it seems, one principle or the other must give way. Where a secessionist movement establishes.Brownlie's Principles of Public International Law has been shaping the study and application of international law for over 50 years.

Serving as a single-volume introduction to the field as a whole, the book is one of the classic treatises on international law, now fully updated to order to take account of recent developments.