Asylum And International Law

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Jul 31, 1971 - Law - 366 pages
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Contents

Purpose of the inquiry 1
xiii
CHAPTER in Basis for the grant of asylum
50
The Individuals position in international law with
61
The individuals right to petition before international organs
67
Asylum as a human right
89
The international political refugee
95
DEPENDENTS OF THE REFUGEE
123
Rights and duties of states granting territorial asylum
155
War criminals
183
Murder and robbery
184
Bribery
185
Religious offenses
186
The Harvard Research approach
187
SUBPART B NONTERRITORIAL ASYLUM
203
The forms of nonterritorial asylum
205
Diplomatic asylum
207

Duty to control the activities of the person to whom asylum is given
156
Duty with respect to extradition
157
Duty with respect to nonrefoulement
159
CHAPTER vin The political offense
170
MEANING OF POLITICAL OFFENSE
173
Act as part of an organized political activity
174
Act committed with predominantly political characteristics
175
THE PROBLEM OF MIXED OFFENSES
177
The principle of predominant element
178
The principle of the unqualified attentat clause
179
Anarchist offenses
180
Acts of communists
181
B DIPLOMATIC PRIVILEGES AS A BASIS FOR DIPLOMATIC ASYLUM
209
Practice of states in Europe
211
Practice of the United Kingdom
212
Practice of the United States of America
214
Practice of states in Asia and Africa
218
USAGE AS A BASIS FOR DIPLOMATIC ASYLUM
238
F REGIONAL CUSTOMARY INTERNATIONAL LAW AS A BASIS
244
Consular asylum
263
Summary and conclusions
275
BIBLIOGRAPHY
283
INDEX
348
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