Research in international law drafts of conventions prepared for the codification of international law.

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  • Diplomatic privileges and immunities.,
  • Pirates.,
  • Diplomatic and consular service.,
  • Consular jurisdiction.,
  • International law -- Codification.

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Other titlesDraft conventions prepared for the codification of international law.
ContributionsHarvard Law School.
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Paginationv, 1013 p.
Number of Pages1013
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Open LibraryOL18502876M

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