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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Leo Gross; Karl W Deutsch; Stanley Hoffmann
|Notes:||Essays originally written in honor of Professor Leo Gross.|
|Description:||360 p. 19 cm.|
|Contents:||Non-military intervention, by Q. Wright.--International law and the control of force, by S. Hoffmann.--Emergent problems of United States foreign policy, H. J. Morgenthau.--The probability of international law, by K. W. Deutsch.--The essence of international law, by H. Kelsen.--International law: neither orphan nor harlot, neither jailer nor never-never land, by J. H. E. Fried.--The relevance of political context to the nature and functioning of international law: an intermediate view, by R. A. Falk.--The new higher law of anti-colonialism, by R. Emerson.--The confrontation of equality and equalitarianism: institution-building through international law, by J. R. Friedman.--The composition of the International Court of Justice: background and practice, by N. J. Padelford.--The growth of the science of international organizations, by L. B. Sohn.|
|Responsibility:||Edited by Karl Deutsch and Stanley Hoffman[n]|