Liberation Struggles in International Law

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Temple University Press, 1991 - Всего страниц: 382
Presents a study of one of the international phenomena of the national liberation movements. This work investigates various aspects of these movements, including their relationship to self-determination, secession, rebellion, the use of force, and terrorism.

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The Nature of Liberation Movements
3
Conflict and International Law
32
The International Legal System
53
The History and Validity of Anticolonial Struggles
88
Decolonization Movements Against Apartheid
124
Cases Not Related to Apartheid
166
The Noncolonial Cases and the Law
183
SelfDetermination
212
Effective Control
243
The Use of Force
266
Foreign Intervention in Liberation Movements
287
NOTES
309
INDEX
375
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Christopher O. Quaye, a legal scholar from Ghana, recently completed his dissertation at Harvard Law School.

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