2 edition of International Court and the law of the sea found in the catalog.
International Court and the law of the sea
Waldock, Claud Humphrey Meredith Sir
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Sir Cl. Humphrey M. Waldock.|
|Series||Cornelis van Vollenhoven memorial lecture -- 1|
|Contributions||T.M.C. Asser Instituut.|
|LC Classifications||JX 1971.6 W343|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 p. :|
|Number of Pages||17|
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Journal articles and book-items. Árnadóttir, S., "Termination of Maritime Boundaries Due to a Fundamental Change of Circumstances", Utrecht journal of international and European law, 32 (), No.
83, pp. Bankes, N., "Precluding the Applicability of Section 2 of Part XV of the Law of the Sea Convention", Ocean development and international law: the journal of marine affairs, 48 ( The latest edition of the Handbook of the International Court of Justice Inthe Court published the latest edition of the Handbook.
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