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Kapitel 9: Territorialregime in der WKSV

  • Anna Krueger
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Part of the Beiträge zum ausländischen öffentlichen Recht und Völkerrecht book series (BEITRÄGE, volume 264)

Zusammenfassung

Koloniale Grenz-, Pacht- und andere Territorialverträge wurden von Völkerrechtlern aus den neuen Staaten als ungleich betrachtet, was bereits zu einer Debatte über eine Ausnahme solcher Verträge vom Prinzip rebus sic stantibus im Rahmen der WVK geführt hatte1. Artikel 62 WVK bot den Völkerrechtlern in den neuen Staaten im Ergebnis wegen des Ausschlusses von Grenzverträgen nur begrenzt ein probates Mittel im Kampf gegen Ungleiche Verträge. Dementsprechend kam die Frage, inwiefern neue Staaten an Territorialregime aus in ihren Augen Ungleichen Verträgen gebunden sein sollten, im Recht der Staatennachfolge in Verträge im Zusammenhang mit der Staatennachfolge in verfügende Verträge erneut auf. Sie wurde erstmals bereits im Subkomitee und auch in allgemeiner Form in Waldocks erstem Bericht zur Staatennachfolge in Verträge thematisiert (I.), in Waldocks drittem Bericht als Artikel 22 und Artikel 22 (bis) ausgestaltet (II.) und in der ILC diskutiert (III.). Unter Vallat wurden diese Regelungen als Artikel 29 und 30 erstmals in Zusammenhang mit der permanenten Souveränität über natürliche Ressourcen gebracht (IV.), was in der ILC zwar kaum beachtet wurde (V.), aber bei den beiden Wiener Konferenzen zur Staatennachfolge in Verträge zu heftigen Debatten führen sollte (VI.). Nachdem dieser Diskursverlauf dargestellt wurde, soll kurz auf Resonanz und Rezeption der WKSV und insbesondere der darin enthaltenen Regelungen zu Territorialregimen eingegangen werden (VII.).

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