Major Middle Eastern problems in international law, edited by Majid Khadduri.


Washington, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research [1972] .

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Subjects Derecho internacional.
Droit international.
International law.
Middle East -- International status.
Middle East.
Moyen-Orient -- Statut international.
Series Foreign affairs study ; 3.
United States interests in the Middle East.
Description 139 pages maps 26 cm.
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Preface -- The Evolution of Modern Sovereignty and Collective Security in the Middle East / Majid Khadduri -- The Palenstine Conflict in International Law / Quincy Wright and Majid Khadduri -- Jerusalem, the Occupied Territories, and the Refugees / Michael Van Dusen -- Passage Through International Waterways / Majid Khadduri, Herbert Dixon -- Other Territorial and Jurisdictional Issues / Majid Khadduri, Herbert Dixon, John Anthony -- Conclusion / Majid Khadduri -- Index.
Geographic Area Middle East
Network Numbers (OCoLC)485863
(OCoLC)ocm00485863
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Khadduri, Majid, 1908-2007.
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