Melvil Decimal System: 341.10
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Philosophy and Psychology
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Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Social Sciences, Sociology, Anthropology
Public Administration, Military Science
Social Problems, Social Services
Commerce, Communications, Transportation
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Courts And Procedure
Cases, Laws, Regulations
Jurisdiction and human rights
Inter-state disputes and conflicts
Law of Armed Conflict
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Works under MDS 341.10
- Instead of Violence by Arthur Weinberg
- Religion and American society, a statement of principles by Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions.
- Cyber Disobedience: Re://Presenting Online Anarchy by Jeff Shantz
- Einführung in die römische Rechtsgeschichte by Alfred Söllner
- Self-Portrait of a Scoundrel by Chauncey Holt
- Quarterly Essay 19 Relaxed and Comfortable: The Liberal Party's Australia by Judith Brett
- The Interaction of Contract Law And Tort And Property Law in Europe: A Comparative Study by Christian von Bar
- Intellectual property, entrepreneurship and social justice : from swords to ploughshares by Lateef Mtima
- Pioneers In World Order: An American Appraisal of the League of Nations by Harriet Eager Davis
- Quarterly Essay 36 Australian Story : Kevin Rudd and the Lucky Country by Mungo Maccallum
- International organization by World Peace Foundation.
- Nichtstaatliche akteure und Interventionsverbot : Beiträge zum 39. Österreichischen Völkerrechtstag 2014 in Klosterneuburg by Andrea Bockley
- Global health : stepping stone or stumbling block for the European Union? by Alexia J. Duten
- Facts matter : a study into the casuistry of substantive international criminal law by Marjolein Cupido
- Die Prekarisierungsgesellschaft Prekäre Proteste. Politik und Ökonomie im Zeichen der Prekarisierung by Oliver Marchart
- Römische Rechtsgeschichte by Gerhard Dulckeit
- Rechtskritik in der römischen Antike by Dieter Nörr
- Community collective marks : status, scope and rivals in the European signs landscape by Kalliopi Dani
- EU energy law. Volume V, EU energy law & policy yearbook 2014 by Ana Aguado
- Das Oberste Rückerstattungsgericht in Herford Eine Untersuchung zu Vorgeschichte, Errichtung und Einrichtung eines internationalen Revisionsgerichts in Deutschland by Thorsten Kurtz
- Narrating contested lives : the aesthetics of life writing in human rights campaigns by Katja Kurz
- Basiswissen deutsches Recht für Übersetzer Mit Übersetzungsübungen und Verständnisfragen by Ingrid Simonnaes
- National reports on the transfer of movables in Europe. Volume 2, England and Wales, Ireland, Scotland, Cyprus by Wolfgang Faber
- I don't even recognize you anymore : the limits of the protection of alteration and modernisation of fictitious characters by Carl Dominik J. Niedersüss
- Yearbook of private international law. Volume II, 2000 by Petar Sarcevic
- Foundations of legal negotiations by Jerzy Stelmach
- International Organization: Volume 48, Number 2 (Spring 1994)
- Local government in Ethiopia : advancing development and accommodating ethnic minorities by Zemelak Ayitenew Ayele,
- International Organization Volume 59 Number 4 by Jeffrey T. Checkel
- Summary of Men In Black : How the Supreme Court is Destroying America - Mark R. Levin by Capitol Reader
- Law of Contracts and Related Obligations in Scotland by David M. Walker
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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