Humanizing Hell!: The Law Vs. Nuclear Weapons

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Hamish Hamilton, 1985 - Law - 367 pages
Examines the application of the principles of international law to nuclear weapons and recommends methods of working for nuclear disarmament

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Outstanding review of international law regarding weapons of mass destruction (nuclear weapons) with
reference to countries, groups such as members of the armed forces and individuals. For anyone who wants to know more about this much neglected issue, this book is a must. Highly recommended.


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