CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED NATIONS: ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
Item #: 65113
Pages: 236 pp.
Published: OE; Rinehart; Reprinted in 2008.
Subjects: INTERNATIONAL LAW
A succinct juridical analysis of the structure and functionsof the United Nations by a distinguished scholar ofinternational law that also considers the legal character ofthe U.N. Charter and the characteristics of the UnitedNations itself. "It is admirably and precisely succinct as astatement of what the United Nations is under the Charter,without indulging in speculation on what the Charter mightdo. The articles of the Charter are indexed to theanalytical text, so that the volume forms a convenient legalgloss to the instrument.": Denys P. Myers, American Journalof International Law 46 (1952) 591.Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
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