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Ilias Bantekas

. 49 With respect to Liberia, see 6 European Political Co-operation Documentation Bulletin, p. 295 (1990) and regarding Chechnya, see Council of the European Union-General Secretariat, Press Release 4215/95 (Presse II-G), p. 1 (17 Jan. 1995) and again Press Release 4385/95 (Presse 24), at 1 (23 Jan. 1995). Cited in Tadic Appeals jurisdiction decision, paras

in Principles of direct and superior responsibility in international humanitarian law
Nikolaos K. Tsagourias

a systematisation of contemporary state relations reflecting the pre-eminence of sovereign states, whereas Wolff’s ideational system became anachronistic, reminiscent of an old era of European political unity. As a result, Vattel introduces certain principles such as liberty, independence, 15 equality, 16 or decisional autonomy. 17 These postulates negate authority or control because ‘[t]he liberty of a Nation would not

in Jurisprudence of international law