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General update on ICJ’s activities

Dr. Jean-Flavien Lalive, a Swiss jurist and Secretary-General of the IICJ, has arrived in Portugal on a short informal visit with the purpose of broadening the Commission’s contacts in this country. (more…)

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Dr. Phan-Quang-Dan’s disappearance

The ICJ, with the support of 39,000 jurists, judges and professors of law in 62 countries throughout the world, wishes to make known the texts of two cables sent on January 28 and February 14, 1961 directly to the Minister of Justice of South Vietnam, Nguyen Luong. (more…)

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ICJ Bulletin no. 10 (January 1960)

The 10th edition of the bulletin reflects on the major international legal events of 1959 and outlines the issues of the coming period and the policies adopted to address them. (more…)

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South Africa and the Rule of Law

The ICJ presents in this Report to the international legal community the results of a thorough although not exhaustive inquiry into the problems created by the systematic application of the principle of racial separation (apartheid)1 in the Union of South Africa. (more…)

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ICJ Journal vol. II no. 2 (1959-1960)

This legal Journal is devoted to the administration of justice within different countries. It also strives to deepen understanding of and widen agreement on the principles of the rule of law in all countries. (more…)

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