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ROLE OF THE "NEW" ASIAN-AFRICAN COUNTRIES IN THE PRESENT INTERNATIONAL LEGAL ORDER *
The establishment of an effective rule of law in the international society, we have been told time and again, is the only way to save the world from the danger of its plunging into the holocaust ofExpand
Studies in International Law and History: An Asian Perspective
Preface, Jawaharlal Nehru and International Law and Relations, Family of "Civilized" States and Japan: A Story of Humiliation, Assimiliation, Defiance and Confrontation, The Status of Tibet inExpand
Sovereign Equality of States in International Law—II
Before we go on to examine the present changes in the international power structure and their effect on the principle of equality, it is interesting and important to understand the meaning and importExpand
Family of "Civilized" States and Japan: A Story of Humiliation, Assimilation, Defiance and Confrontation
Modern international law is understood to be a law applicable among all the States in equal measure in their relations with each other. It is defined as “the body of rules which are legally bindingExpand
"Tyranny" of the Freedom-of-the-Seas Doctrine
Towards a New Economic Order
Studies in International Law and History
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