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HUMAN RIGHTS OF ALIENS IN CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL LAW.

Lillich, Richard B.


Item #: 6055

Pages: xii,177p.
Published: Washington; International Law Institute;

Subjects: HUMAN RIGHTS, INTERNATIONAL LAW

This book was the first systematic study of the wayinternational law has become increasingly concerned with therights that states accord aliens. While the book blendstraditional international law with the new law on humanrights, the aim is not merely to describe the state anddevelopment of this body of law, but to suggest thedirection which it should take.Acid-free reprint of Manchester University Press, 1984.Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.

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