Dictionary of International & Comparative Law

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Oceana Publ., 1992 - Law - 495 pages
An outstanding desktop tool, the Dictionary of International and Comparative Law is ideal for anyone seeking clear, concise definitions of terminology found in the practice of international and comparative law. This expanded and indispensable guide includes many entries which cannot be foundin any other source. What's new in the Third Edition Indisputably the largest dictionary on this subject in print, with over 5,000 entries, 20% of the definitions are revised and enhanced and 500 new entries appear in this edition for the first time. Recognizing the influence of world events, terminology arising from acts of terrorism, such as theattack on the World Trade Center, and the subsequent escalating focus on the war on terrorism comprise many of the new entries.

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
57
Section 3
121
Section 4
165
Section 5
231
Section 6
245
Section 7
275
Section 8
313
Section 9
361
Section 10
391
Section 11
427
Section 12
491
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About the author (1992)

Fox was born in New York City's Upper East Side and moved to Queens. He served 4 years in the Navy. He attended both Queensborough Community and Queens College. He is married with three daughters and one grandson and currently working for Verizon.

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