Basic documents in international law
Clarendon Press, Jun 22, 1995 - Law - 474 pages
This edited collection of Basic Documents is the most authoritative selection of essential international law materials. Now in its fourth edition, this hugely popular textbook has been thoroughly updated and revised to incorporate all relevant developments. As with previous editions, the aim is to provide the student and practitioner with a carefully edited selection of key basic documents, and this new edition will continue to be the first point of reference for all those interested in International Law.
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Declaration on Principles of International
Statement of the Four Sponsoring Powers on Voting
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