Nuclear Weapons are Illegal: The Historic Opinion of the World Court and How It Will Be Enforced
by Ann Fagan Ginger (editor)
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Publication Date: 1998
Topics: Crime & Punishment, Democracy: Theory & Practice, History: Local to Global, Militarism, Social Movements
Description: In July 1996, the International Court of Justice made history by declaring nuclear weapons illegal. Here is the complete decision of the Court, including the separate opinions and dissents of the individual judges. Also included are an introduction putting this historic decision in its broader political and legal context, an account of how a combination of non-governmental organizations and governments worked together to make it happen, questions for discussion, a glossary of terms, texts of relevant treaties, and a complete index.
Ideally suited for courses in international relations, international law, contemporary politics, U.S. foreign policy, conflict resolution, disarmament, and many other subjects.
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