Recueil des cours, Collected Courses, Tome/Volume 263 (1997)


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This volume contains:
• Regulatory Federalism: European Union and United States by G.A. BERMANN, Professor at Columbia University in the City of New York
• L' uti possidetis et les effectivités dans les contentieux territoriaux et frontaliers par L.I. SÁNCHEZ RODRÍGUEZ, professeur à l'Université Complutense de Madrid.

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Contents - G.A. Bermann: I: The interest of regulatory federalism: what is at stake? II: The different distributions of regulatory power: means and ends. III: Ensuring respect for regulatory federalism: instruments and controls. IV: The evolution of regulatory federalism in the European Union. V: The future of subsidiarity. VI: The evolution of regulatory federalism in the United States. VII: The future of United States regulatory federalism. VIII: The example of environmental regulation. IX: General conclusions: prospects for regulatory federalism. Bibliography. Table des matières - L.I. S´nchez Rodríguez: I: Quelques considérations générales sur la matière à étudier. II: L' uti possidetis juris en tant que mode d'acquisition du titre sur le territoire. III: L'occupation suivie de l'exercice pacifique et continu des fonctions d'Etat comme mode d'acquisition du titre sur un territoire. IV: Les effectivités et le temps. Droit intertemporel, date critique et autres concepts connexes. V: Les modes et les moyens de preuve de l' uti possidetis juris. VI: Les modes et les moyens de preuve des effectivités dans la jurisprudence arbitrale internationale. VII: Les modes et les moyens de preuve des effectivités dans la jurisprudence des cours internationales de justice. Conclusions générales.