The International Law Commission of the United Nations
Univ of South Carolina Press, 2000 - 225 lappuses
An appraisal of the International Law Commission of the United Nations. It sheds light on its functions and the process by which it pursues its stated goals of codifying and developing international law. It also addresses the dearth of systematic analysis of the Commission's work.
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The Draft Code of Crimes
The International Criminal Court
Empirical Analysis of the International
Appendix A1 Draft Code of Crimes against the Peace
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