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63); the continued validity of the 1928 - General Act for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes and of the post-1919- minorities treaties which, according to the UN Secretariat "should be considered as having ceased to exist" (UN Doc. 4/367, April 7, 1950); the partial inapplicability of the 1955 Franco-Tunisian Conventions (UN SC Official Records, 819th-821st meetings, June 2-4, 1958); and the withdrawal of France from the integrated military structure of the - North Atlantic Treaty Organization in 1966.

HOFFMAN, Primacy of World Order? (1978). A. VAGTS and D. VAGTS, The Balance of Power in International Law: A History of an Idea, AJIL, Vol. 73 (1979) 555-580. A. STIEGLITZ, ALFRED V AGTS DETLEV V AGTS BALKAN WARS (1912/1913) 1. Balkan Alliance 3. Current Status of the Concept Since 1914 the balance of power has led a rather shadowy existence. It was denounced by President Wilson and only half-heartedly supported by its traditional European friends. From a legal perspective it was displaced by the creation of first the ~ League of Nations and then the ~ United Nations as well as by the outlawing of war.

Moreover, in the case of France, additional evidence might be furnished by her reliance on the 26 CLAUSULA REBUS SIC STANTmUS clausula before the PCB in the cases of the - Nationality Decrees in Tunis and Morocco and the - Free Zones of Upper Savoy and Gex. Yet, if the ad hoc character of the arguments advanced by parties before any judicial organ and, on the diplomatic level, the attitudes of the other parties involved and the revision processes as a whole are taken into account, the material available appears to be as inconclusive as that of the pre-1914 era regarding a general acceptance of the clausula as law.

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