Non-state actors as new subjects of international law: international law - from the traditional state order towards the law of the global community : proceedings of an international symposium of the Kiel Walther-Schücking-Institute of International Law, March 25 to 28, 1998
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Legal Personality and the Role of NonGovernmental Organizations and Non
The Emergence of NonGovernmental Organizations and Transnational Enter
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