Reference : Le Congrès de Vienne et le statut international du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg : théori...
Scientific congresses, symposiums and conference proceedings : Paper published in a journal
Law, criminology & political science : European & international law
Law, criminology & political science : Metalaw, Roman law, history of law & comparative law
Law / European Law
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Le Congrès de Vienne et le statut international du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg : théories et réalités du droit des gens de l’Europe
French
[en] The Congress of Vienna and the International Status of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg:Theories and Realities of the Droit des Gens de l'Europe
Erpelding, Michel mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF) > Department of Law (DL) >]
2021
Actes de la section des sciences morales et politiques de l'Institut grand-ducal
Institut grand-ducal
24
87-102
No
Yes
National
Luxembourg
Luxembourg
« La naissance du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg en tant qu’État : 1830/31, 1815 ou les deux ? » Conférence conjointe de la Section des sciences morales et politiques et de la Section historique
29-09-2021
Institut grand-ducal: Section des sciences morales et politiques
Luxembourg
Luxembourg
[en] history of international law ; creation of states in international law ; history of Luxembourg ; Final Act of the Vienna Congress of 1815 ; Treaty of London of 1839 ; Treaty of London of 1867
[en] This articles examines the international status of Luxembourg between 1815 and 1867 from the perspective of the international law applicable at that time and based on the relevant state practice. It contends that - from the perspective of international law - Luxembourg emerged as a state after the evacuation of Belgian troops from its territory in 1839.
Researchers ; Students ; General public
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