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International Law: A South African Perspective (edition 2006)

by John Dugard (Author)

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International law: a South African perspective is the only book currently available that addresses international law from a South African perspective. The book refers to international and South African sources in order to provide a study of both international law and international law as it is applied in South Africa.… (more)
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Title:International Law: A South African Perspective
Authors:John Dugard (Author)
Info:Juta & Co Ltd (2006), Edition: 3, 632 pages
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International law: a South African perspective is the only book currently available that addresses international law from a South African perspective. The book refers to international and South African sources in order to provide a study of both international law and international law as it is applied in South Africa.

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