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In: The Magic Circle: Principles of Gaming & Simulation
In: The Magic Circle: Principles of Gaming & Simulation
In: The Magic Circle: Principles of Gaming & Simulation
The Finnish Yearbook of International Law aspires to honour and strengthen the Finnish tradition in international legal scholarship. Open to contributions from all over the world and from all persuasions, the Finnish Yearbook stands out as a forum for theoretically informed, high-quality publications on all aspects of public international law, including the international relations law of the European Union.

The Finnish Yearbook publishes in-depth articles and shorter notes, commentaries on current developments, book reviews, and relevant overviews of Finland’s state practice. While firmly grounded in traditional legal scholarship, it is open for new approaches to international law and for work of an interdisciplinary nature.
on behalf of: Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Germany; T.M.C. Asser Institute, The Netherlands; Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights, Finland
The Pilot Project of the Council of Europe on State Practice regarding State Succession and Issues of Recognition carried out under the aegis of the Ad Hoc Committee of Legal Advisers on Public International Law (CAHDI) encompasses the practice of sixteen member States of the Council of Europe and provides significant information about these States' position vis-à-vis the new European architecture following the developments of 1989.
On the basis of the information gathered, the CAHDI decided on the preparation of a report by the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, the T.M.C. Asser Institute and the Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights.
With this report the Council of Europe wishes to contribute in a practical manner to the celebration of the United Nations Decade of International Law (1989-1999) and to facilitate the understanding of how States can help to build a stable and peaceful international community by paving the way for the progressive development of international law in this area.

Le Projet pilote du Conseil de l'Europe concernant la pratique des Etats relative à la succession d'Etats et les questions de reconnaissance, mis en oeuvre sous l'égide du Comité ad hoc des conseillers juridiques sur le droit international public (CAHDI) renferme la pratique de seize Etats membres du Conseil de l'Europe et apporte des informations importantes sur la position de ces Etats vis-à-vis de la nouvelle architecture européenne qui a suivi les développements de 1989.
Sur la base de l'information rassemblée, le CAHDI a décidé la préparation d'un rapport par l'Institut Max Planck de Droit public comparé et de Droit international, l'Institut T.M.C. Asser et l'Institut Erik Castrén de droit international et des droits de l'homme.
Avec ce rapport le Conseil de l'Europe souhaite contribuer d'une manière pratique à la célébration de la Décennie des Nations Unies sur le droit international (1989-1999), et faciliter la compréhension des moyens dont disposent les Etats pour aider à construire une communauté internationale de stabilité et de paix, en préparant le chemin pour un développement progressif du droit international dans ce domaine.