International Law, Chiefly as Interpreted and Applied in Canada
Emond Montgomery Publications, 2006 - Environmental law, International - 1221 pages
This text offers an introduction to law, presenting fundamental principles and processes of the international legal system as it has so far evolved, exploring these ideas through as many different areas of its operation. The material includes all the principal documents and decisions of whatever origin, but draws extensively on the practice of international law chiefly as interpreted and applied in Canada.
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