Maxime Charité - Les relations internationales dans la jurisprudence du Conseil d’État (1815-1914)

Réalisation : 17 septembre 2021 Mise en ligne : 17 septembre 2021
  • document 1 document 2 document 3
  • niveau 1 niveau 2 niveau 3
  • audio 1 audio 2 audio 3

Councilof State case law appears as an original prism for understanding and measuringthe relationship between international relations and law(s) between 1815 and1914. During this century, this prism, the administrative case law ofinternational public law, may nevertheless appear, at first glance, asnonsense. Such a shortcut would, however, be a caricatural and doubtlessinaccurate view of historical evolution. This would indeed be to forgetthat between 1815 and 1914, international relations were not foreign to theCouncil of State case law. During this period, they were essentially usedas a limit to its jurisdiction. This essential function of internationalrelations as a limit of administrative competence between 1815 and 1914 shouldnot, however, mask the development of a nascent administrative case law ofinternational law. The purpose of thiscommunication proposal, which falls within the framework of the second mainaxis envisaged concerning the institutions, consists precisely in highlightingthis paradox of international relations in the Council of State case law between1815 and 1914, not only their essential function of limiting its competence,but also the gestation of an embryonic administrative case law of internationalpublic law and thus contribute to the study of the relationship betweeninternational relations and law(s) during this period.



Dans la même collection

Sur le même thème