Improving compliance with international law
Explores, on the basis of an analysis of their current behavior patterns, how governments may be induced to comply with international law. Acid-free reprint of University of Virginia Press, 1981 Distributed b William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
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The Multiple Objectives of Compliance
Causing Respect for Standing Rules
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