ART . 28.-The provisions of the
See also:Convention are only applicable as between contracting
See also:powers, and only if the belligerents are all parties thereto . Other reforms may be expected from the
See also:Conference of 1815 . Germany in the course of the South
See also:African War and
See also:Great Britain in that of the Russo-
See also:Japanese War showed great irritation at the stoppage of certain of their
See also:merchant vessels, and Great Britain in the one case had to consent to and in the other to demand a modification of belligerent right under
See also:International Law—a modification which, be it said, is a perfectly justifiable one, viz. that the right of
See also:search for
See also:contraband of war be restricted to a specified
See also:area . It is probable that, in future
See also:wars, powerful neutral states will show, in similar cases, quite as much irritation as did Germany and Great Britain . (T .
ART AND PART
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