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ICJ Bulletin no. 6 (December 1956)

The Soviet intervention in Hungary has set back the hopes of those who saw in legal developments in the USSR the possibility of a coming era of “peaceful coexistence”. It is therefore important to understand the nature and limitations of the legal changes of the late 50’s. (more…)

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ICJ Bulletin no. 5 (June 1956)

In view of the developments related to the Internal Congress of Jurists in Athens in June 1955, this bulletin focuses on a survey of the organization,past achievements, present work and future activities of the Commission, particularly by delegates to the Athens Congress. (more…)

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ICJ Bulletin no. 2 (March 1955)

In this issue of the Bulletin, the ICJ aims first to give an insight into Soviet ‘justice’; second to underline the danger to its fundamental principles of law inherent in the practical effects of Soviet dialectics. (more…)

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