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.
This edition contains:
- Editorial: Poznan Trials, Hungary, Middle East, and Vienna Conference
- The “Rule of law” and “socialist legality” in the USSR
- Justice and judges in the USSR, by Pierre Lochak
- Liberty and security in the USA, by André Tunc
ICJ Bulletin-6-1956-eng (full text in English, PDF)
ICJ Bulletin-6-1957-spa (full text in Spanish, PDF)