Bibliography on Land Locked States

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BRILL, Sep 10, 1980 - Law - 50 pages
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Text no.1. The problems of access to the sea & to the resources of the sea by land-locked states, particularly those in Africa, Asia & South America, have become more serious in recent years, & the need for a comprehensive accurate & up-to-date bibliography on the subject has never been greater. This is the only one existent. Besides being expanded & updated, this third edition has the following new features: a new section of resolutions of Intergovernmental organizations other than the United States, a list of abbreviations that appear in the entries, a third index, a more detailed subject index, entries in Chinese & Nepali (making a total of 19 languages), & a variety of more readable typefaces. It should be valuable to students & scholars in geography, international relations, transportation, economic development, international law, diplomatic history, etc., & to diplomats, officials of governments & intergovernmental organizations, consultants & other practitioners. Text no.2 This third revised & expanded edition of a bibliography first published in 1979 lists materials in nineteen languages. New features of the third revised & enlarged edition are: a new section of resolutions of inter-governmental organizations other than the United Nations, a list of abbreviations that appear in the entries, & a third index. The new author index now includes editors of collections & corporate authors, such as consulting firms. This bibliography is of great value to anyone interested in public international law, political geography, economic development, transportation, international relations, the Law of the Sea, diplomacy & related fields.
 

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Section 2
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Section 3
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Section 4
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Section 5
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Glassner is University Professor Geography Emeritus, Southern Connecticut State University. He represents the International Law Association at the United Nations.

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