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ICJ Journal vol. IV no. 2 (1963)

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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Cuba and the Rule of Law

The International Commission of Jurists submits in the present Report the results of its inquiry into the situation of the Rule of Law in Cuba under the revolutionary regime of Dr. Fidel Castro. Dr. Castro and his adherents themselves so describe his rule as revolutionary. (more…)

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ICJ Bulletin no. 14 (October 1962)

The system of government inherited by many new independent States in Africa from the colonial powers has been one of parliamentary democracy based on the political party system. (more…)

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ICJ Bulletin no. 13 (May 1962)

The positive reaction from the bulletin proves its usefulness, which helps in succinct form to keep the international legal community informed of topical developments in various countries of the world, has been recognized by the subscribers of the periodicals. (more…)

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The Rule of Law in the United States: a survey

In the ten years since the ICJ was organized in 1952 it has become so well known in so many centers of legal culture throughout the free world – the high courts, university law faculties, practitioners, associations and institutes – that repetition of its origin, purpose and history is unnecessary. (more…)

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