INTERNATIONAL LAW OF CIVIL WAR
Item #: 59745
Pages: xix, 452 pp.
Published: Baltimore; The Johns Hopkins University Press; 1971. Reprinted in 2006.
Subjects: CIVIL PROCEDURE, FOREIGN LAW, INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, MILITARY LAW
A title in the Foundations of the Laws of War series.Reprint of the first edition. This volume explores thecomplex relationship between international law and civil warthrough six essays on the American Civil War, the SpanishCivil War, the Algerian Revolution, and conflicts in theCongo, Yemen and Vietnam. Emphasis is placed on the factsand law of external participation on behalf of either orboth contending factions, the role of internationalinstitutions, the patterns of adherence to the laws of warand patterns by which the violence was ended and orderrestored. "Six case studies, all of them excellent.": JohnG. Stoessinger, Foreign Affairs 49 (1970-1971) 755.Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
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