International law: process and prospect

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Transnational Publishers, 1987 - Law - 250 pages
This work discusses the evolution of international law from a state-based system to a system based upon individual rights. The enforcement mechanisms in international law are examined and distinguished from uses of force that may or may not be justifiable under international law.

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Contents

Chapter Two Force or Enforcement?
27
Chapter Three Territorial Integrity and Political
57
Chapter Four Use of Force Against Nuclear Installations
75
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Anthony D'Amato is Leighton Professor Law at Northwestern University School of Law.

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