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TitleContemporary problems of international law : essays in honour of Georg Schwarzenberger on his eightieth birthday
Author edited by Bin Cheng and E.D. Brown
Imprint London : Stevens, 1988
Descript xxvi, 371 p. : port. ; 26 cm

CONTENT

The Libya-malta continental shelf case (1985) -- The Relation of law and power -- Aviation, criminal jurisdiction and terrorism: the Hague extradition/prosecution formula and attacks at airports -- International sanctions in recent state practice: trends and problems -- Scope and meaning of article 2(4) of the United Nations charter -- The Group of five in international monetary arrangements -- International criminal law and the protection of human rights -- Some recent developments in respect of the right to leave in international law -- Multilateral treaty-making and negotiation techniques: an appraisal -- International arbitration between individuals and governments and the conflict of laws -- The Charter of the United Nations and the development of fundamental principles of internatioanl law -- Political and justicable legal dispute: revival of an old controversy? -- Why and how to study the history of international law -- State responsibility for violations of human rights treaties -- The Rumasa decision of the house of lords and the doctrine of severance of corporations -- Human rights in the urban setting -- International law and other social norms functioning within the international system -- State responsibility in the context of European community law -- Causes and forms of international liability -- Treaty-making and implementing powers in Canada: the continuing dilemma


Schwarzenberger Georg 1908- International law

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Law Library (4th Floor)JX3091 C66 1988CHECK SHELVES

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