ICJ Review no. 6 (April-June 1971)

The ICJ faced a financial crisis in 1970 that threatened the existence of the organisation. As a result the had to appeal to many governments and succeeded in securing new donors. It goes without saying that these governmental contributions have been accepted on the explicit understanding that they in no way affect the complete independence and impartiality of the Commission. This edition features articles on:

  • Human rights in the world:
    • -Brazil
    • -Czechoslovakia
    • -Greece
    • -Morocco
  • Articles:
    • -Soviet defense rights, by Prof. J. N. Hazard
    • -Political trials and observers, by Prof. Martin-Achard
    • -The Hague Hi-Jacking Convention, by Gillian M. E. White
    • -Self determination for Formosa, by Dr. Lung-chu Chen
  • Judicial application of the rule of law
  • Basic texts: International Convention on Racial Discrimination
  • ICJ news
  • Books of interest

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