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International Law Explained

Habeas Corpus in International Law is the first extensive examination of this subject. These developments are principally : (i) the establishment of a massive quantity of permanent international institutions or organisations such as, for instance the UN and the WHO, regarded as possessing international legal character, and entering into relations with every other and with states and (ii) the present movement to guard human rights and basic freedoms of people.

 

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