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Le modèle de Vattel et la discipline du droit international

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The success of the people's right is immediate, knows its release a European resonance. This chapter discusses Vattel model, the assembly formed by entities subject to international law. To be well attested, Vattel's book among practitioners of international law seems no less paradoxical if we think the judgments rather mixed or even negative, which he kept, early on, of subject in the literature of international law. Vattel is a real thinker, although it is not intended to originality; it is mostly a real writer who at the best of times, for its superb formulations may consider Montesquieu or Rousseau, his two great contemporaries. It is through these donations, his Law of Nations became the model of classical international law, much like the Wealth of Nations Adam Smith, her younger two decades, become the model of classical political economy. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: European resonance; international law; Rousseau; Vattel



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