Problems of boundaries and security in the Helsinki Declaration

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Mar 1, 1979 - Law - 399 pages
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Contents

Introduction
7
Development of the principle of the inviolability of frontiers
14
Principles of Security and Cooperation in Europe as laws
28
Juridical coordination and purposefulness of the system
37
Les implications générales juridiques et historiques de la Déclaration dHel
44
Introduction
111
La réciprocitérétorsion
124
Conclusion générale
189
Eléments de bibliographie
207
La réciprocité en droit international privé par P LAGARDE professeur
214
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