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Title:
Transnational law in a changing society; essays in honor of Philip C. Jessup.
Author:
Friedmann, Wolfgang, 1907-1972, editor.
Publication Information:
New York : Columbia University Press, 1972.
Physical Description:
viii, 324 pages ; 23 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
Philip C. Jessup, diplomatist, by D. Acheson.--Stages in the codification of international law, by C. de Visscher.--Modern sources of international law, by T. O. Elias.--Multinational entities in the law of nations, by C. W. Jenks.--International law and developing countries, by A. El-Erian.--Some reflections on substance and form in international law, by M. Lachs.--Human welfare and international law; a recording of priorities, by W. Friedmann.--Neutrality revisited, by F. Deák.--The once and the future law of the sea, by L. Henkin.--International responsibility of states for acts of the judiciary, by E. J. de Aréchaga.--Sovereign immunity as a norm of international law, by O. J. Lissitzyn.--Bilateralism and community interest in the codified law of treaties, by S. Rosenne.--The application of the European convention on human rights, by J. E. S. Fawcett.--Some observations on peace, law and human rights, by K. Tanaka.--The changing United Nations, by L. M. Goodrich.--Some notes on parliamentary diplomacy, by E. Hambro.--Have the U.N. administrative tribunals contributed to the development of international law? By S. Bastid.--Concerning the advisory role of the International Court of Justice, by A. Gros.
Subject Term:
ISBN:
9780231036191
Format :
Book

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