Ramcharan Caribbean Law
B. G. Ramcharan, Laurel B. Francis
Springer Netherlands, Sep 14, 1989 - Law - 468 pages
Collection of essays on international law issues in the Caribbean Community, explaining the historical background of the Caribbean states in international legal system, its foreign relations and the role of Caribbean in the development of international law.
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The Security of Caribbean Community States
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