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Les compétences territoriales

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This chapter identifies the places in the book of Emer de Vattel where the concept of territorial jurisdiction is actually examined. It tackles this task in a tripartite movement like the sonata for piano that will be permanently codified at the same time. The chapter is devoted to the study of this concept and deals with inventory of various jurisdictions and examines the patterns of their establishment and their spatial boundaries. It demonstrates that the fresco in the new international order brushed by Vattel, local skills certainly is the armature that penetrates the rules of international law. The internationalist construction of territory, namely the territorial jurisdiction in contemporary order, commonly called Westphalian least as an icon or image Epinal betrays the idea of a division of the original undivided Empire. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Emer de Vattel; international law; territorial jurisdiction; Westphalian



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