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Themes Archives: Global Security and Rule of Law

Report on the events in Panama, January 9-12, 1964

The ICJ was requested by the National Bar Association of Panama to investigate a number of complaints of infringements of Articles 3, 5 and 20 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United States of America on the 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th of January 1964 in Panama. (more…)

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Spain and the Rule of Law

The International Commission of Jurists now publishes its report on “ Spain and the Rule of Law”. The interest of the Commission in Spanish developments dates back many years. (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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