The Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes in Europe: Future Prospects

The Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes in Europe: Future Prospects : Workshop 1990 / Colloque 1990

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Any dreams that Europe had at last become too mature a society of states for the continent to be afficted by bloody international disputes have been shattered in recent months. This unique book examines both the sources of disputes -- the delimination of boundaries, ethnic differences, human rights violations, environmental damage, drug control, etc. -- and the most appropriate methods for settling them. The examination is thorough and detailed, and the result is a substantial work, authored by leading authorities, many of whom have played major roles in devising and operating dispute settlement procedures.
This bilingual (English and French) volume is destined to become an important vade-mecum for diplomats and officials, and a reference work of permanent significance for students, academics and all those interested in international law and relations.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 704 pages
  • 160.02 x 238.76 x 53.34mm | 1,143g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English, French
  • 1992 ed.
  • biography
  • 0792315723
  • 9780792315728

Table of contents

Presentation/Presentation. Ouverture du colloque/Opening of the Workshop. Introduction du sujet/Introduction of the Subject. Premiere partie: Les differends susceptibles de mettre en cause les Etats europeens/First Part: The Disputes likely to Arise Involving European States. Deuxieme partie: Les modes de reglement des differends les mieux adaptes a l'Europe/Second Part: The Most Appropriate Methods of Settling Disputes in Europe. Troisieme partie: La conference sur la securite et la cooperation en Europe/Third Part: The Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe. Conclusions: 1. L'Europe planetaire. 2. Closing remarks. Cloture du colloque/Closing of the Workshop.
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