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ICJ Bulletin no. 8 (December 1958)

By publishing this bulletin, the ICJ wishes to provide a forum for the free exchange of views among jurists all over the world; it invites them to supply information and comments on legal developments worthy of attention in individual countries. (more…)

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ICJ Bulletin no. 7 (October 1957)

The ICJ strives to keep lawyers throughout the world in touch with problems arising from practical application of legal principles by compiling a regular survey in short and readable form of current developments, within the general sphere of the rule of law, in various countries. (more…)

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Law in Communist China

The Chinese juridical order cannot be described in the classical manner by an analysis of texts. Texts are few, and, on many points, non-existent; moreover, they give hardly any authentic idea of reality — it might even be implied that they knowingly try to dissimulate it. (more…)

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