State Succession and Membership in International Organizations: Legal Theories Versus Political Pragmatism
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 8 feb. 2001 - 351 páginas
This volume contains a comprehensive survey of practice relating to cases of State succession and membership in international organizations between 1945 and 2000. The practice examined by the author includes most controversial and topical cases.
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Ukraine and Belarus after the Dissolution of the Soviet
Membership and Succession
PRACTICE CONCERNING MEMBERSHIP BETWEEN
Syria and Egypt the United Arab Republic UAR 19581961
Mali and Senegal the Dissolution of the Federation of Mali
The Democratic Republic of Vietnam DRV North Vietnam
Critical Analysis and Preliminary Conclusions
PRACTICE CONCERNING MEMBERSHIP AFTER 1990
The Federal Republic of Germany FRG and the German
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