Self-Determination in International Law: Quebec and Lessons Learned.  
  Legal Opinions Selected and Introduced by Anne Bayefsky.  

Author Bayefsky, Anne [Ed. & Intr.]
Place of Publication The Hague / London / Boston
Publication Name Kluwer Law International
Year 2000
Language(s) English
RARE comprehensive collection of legal documents regarding the definition and extent of the concept of self-determination in International Law, selected and introduced by Anne Bayefsky - an eminent human rights scholar and activist, director of the Touro College Institute on Human Rights and the Holocaust, a barrister and solicitor of the Ontario Bar. Her areas of expertise include international human rights law, equality rights, and constitutional human rights law. 245x165mm. X+512 pages. Red cloth Softcover with silver lettering on front cover and spine. Cover slightly curved. Cover edges slighly bumped. Cover corners slightly rubbed. Rear cover dirty/slightly stained (sticker residues). Spine slightly faded. Spine edges bumped. [SUMMARY]: This wide-ranging important reference on one of the cardinal principles in modern international law is in good condition.
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