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debellation

Obsolete, the process of conquering or defeating; achieving victory.
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The 1949 Geneva Conventions marked a definitive rejection of the concept of debellatio, under which the occupier assumed full sovereignty over the civilians in the occupied territory.
En 1870 con la ocupacion de Roma por parte de las tropas italianas se pone fin a la debellatio del Estado Pontificio.
After debellatio of Papal States, from 1870 to 1929 the Holy See continued to exercise active and passive rights of legation and to conclude Concordats.
On peut considerer un Etat comme continuellement existant lorsqu'il est reste toujours en vie comme le meme sujet international, c'est-a-dire qu'il n'a pas disparu par debellatio ou par annexion de la part d'un Etat etranger ou par reception, comme Etat membre, dan un Etat federal.
El derecho de ocupacion (42) esta constituido por un conjunto de normas de caracter consuetudinario (43) que regulan la conducta de fuerzas ocupantes en territorio extranjero siempre y cuando este ausente la debellatio (44), y tiene la finalidad de proteger los derechos fundamentales de la poblacion del territorio ocupado.
Japan and Germany were occupied under the legal principle of debellatio, which considers the right of conquest that no longer exists.
These methods include annexation, establishment of puppet regimes, debellatio (the principle that the conquered state no longer exists), or invocation of invitation rights by the occupied territory's government.
Debellatio refers to "a situation in which a party to a conflict has been totally defeated in war, its national institutions have disintegrated, and none of its allies continue militarily to challenge the enemy on its behalf.
116) If followed by occupation or some form of exercise of authority by the victorious State, debellatio will not imply termination of war.
Furthermore, a State may be considered identical to a previous State when 'il s'agit d un Etat <<nouveauy>> qui vient d'etre jfictivement identifie a un Etat qui s'etait jadis eteint par debellatio ou pour une autre cause.
154) It is also the case for states ceasing to exist for debellatio, a conquest so total that it includes devolution of sovereignty.