New Horizons of International Law and Developing Countries
International Law Association, Indian Branch, 1983 - Civil rights - 427 pages
Papers presented at the 1977, 1979, and 1981 seminars organized by the University Law Teachers' Research Group.
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Human Rights and the Basic Perspective of Developing
Human Rights in Developing Countries
Human Rights in Developing Countries A Perspective
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