International law and political reality. 1 (1996)
Among the topics that D Amato examines in these studies of the interrelationship between international law and political reality are wars and war crimes, nuclear weapons and technology, sanctions and terrorism, covert and humanitarian intervention, and group and autonomy rights. This is the first volume in a series of collected papers.
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A States Challenge to the
Congress and Undeclared
The Draft Resister and Undeclared
OTHER WARS AND INTERVENTIONS
The Justification of Force Short of War
The French Nuclear Tests of 1966
PreEmptive Strikes Against Nuclear Installations
State Responsibility for Exporting Nuclear Power Technology
Should Groups Have Rights?
Claims of Equality in South West Africa
The Homelands Plan for South West Africa
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