The Non-use of force in international law /

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Other Authors: Butler, William Elliott, 1939-
Format: Book
Published: Dordrecht ; Boston : Norwell, MA, U.S.A. : M. Nijhoff ; Sold and distributed in the U.S.A. and Canada by Kluwer Academic Publishers, ©1989
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Table of Contents:
  • On the history of international law in England and Russia / W.E. Butler
  • The principle of the non-use of force in contemporary international law / I. Brownlie
  • The principle of the non-threat and non-use of force in the modern world / R.A. Müllerson
  • Peaceful settlement of international disputes : an alternative to the use of force / G.G. Shinkaretskaia
  • The significance of legal declarations on the non-use of force in international relations / A. Carty
  • The United Nations Declaration on the Non-Use of Force / V.N. Fedorov
  • The Nicaragua case and customary international law / M.H. Mendelson
  • The principle of non-use of force in the practice of the International Court of Justice / G.M. Danilenko
  • Enhancing the role and effectiveness of the United Nations in strengthening the international legal order / N.B. Krylov
  • The role of the Commonwealth in the peaceful settlement of disputes / P. Slinn
  • The Commonwealth of Nations : distinctive features of regulating relations among member-states / N.S. Krylova
  • The development of the right to self-defence / D.N. Kolesnik
  • International standards on the use of force by law enforcement personnel / P. Duffy
  • The principle of non-use of force and security at sea / B.R. Tuzmukhamedov
  • Self-defence at sea / A.V. Lowe
  • European Community law and third world food policy / F.G. Snyder
  • Dispute settlement in GATT : the current debate / F. Weiss