Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
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.
KZ3140.J47 A37 1972
New York : Columbia University Press, 1972.