NONVIOLENT RESPONSES TO VIOLENCE-PRONE PROBLEMS: THE CASES OF DISPUTED MARITIME CLAIMS AND STATE-SPONSORED TERRORISM
Item #: 10397
Pages: vi, 74 pp.
Published: Washington; American Society of International Law; 1991.
Series: STUDIES IN TRANSNATIONAL LEGAL POLICY
Subjects: INTERNATIONAL LAW
Enhancing respect for law and legal process as a means of reducing the risk of violence in international affairs hasbeen an underlying concern of the American Society of International Law. This title consists of the reports ofthe two Special Working Committees of the ASIL, established to consider non-violent responses to two classes of problems: "state-sponsored" international terrorism, and disputed claims of maritime rights.
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