INTERNATIONAL COMPLIANCE WITH NONBINDING ACCORDS
Item #: 6601
Pages: x, 264 pp.
Published: Washington; American Society of International Law; 1997.
Series: STUDIES IN TRANSNATIONAL LEGAL POLICY
Subjects: INTERNATIONAL LAW
This title explores the hypothesis that countries under some circumstances comply with nonbinding legal instruments as well as they do with binding ones. The Introduction and eight chapters of this book take the reader through a variety of theoretical essays and case studies on soft law,identifying the issues, and offering preliminary analysis of compliance with soft law in particular fields such as human rights, labor, and the environment and economic assistance.
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