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Increasing the effectiveness of the International Court of Justice : proceedings of the ICJ/UNITAR Colloquium to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the court / edited by Connie Peck and Roy S. Lee
Bib ID 160678
Format BookBook
Author
ICJ/UNITAR Colloquium on Increasing the Effectiveness of the Court, (1996 : Peace Palace)
 
Description The Hague ; Boston : Cambridge, MA : M. Nijhoff Publishers ; Sold and distributed in the U.S.A. and Canada by Kluwer Law International, c1997 
xvi, 542 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 9041103066
Series

Legal aspects of international organization ; v. 29.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects International Court of Justice - Congresses.
Other authors/contributors Peck, Connie, 1946-  |  Lee, Roy S

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