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Publisher: Kluwer Law International
T. M. C. Asser Institute Staff
The 1998 Netherlands Yearbook of International Law contains expert articles on issues such as new challenges to IMF jurisdiction, and a perspective on provisional measures under UNCLOS.The documentation section surveys Dutch state practice for the parliamentary year 1996-1997; international agreements to which the Netherlands is a party; Netherlands judicial decisions and municipal legislation involving questions of public international law; and Dutch literature in the field of public international law and related matters.The Yearbook is included in the 1998 subscription to the Netherlands International Law Review (Volume 45).T. M. C. Asser Institute Staff is the author of 'Netherlands Yearbook of International Law 1998' with ISBN 9789041112040 and ISBN 9041112049.
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