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Principles of International Development Law : Progressive Development of the Principles of International Law Relating to the New International Economic Order :  Progressive Development of the Principles of International Law Relating to the New International Economic Order - Milan Bulajic

Principles of International Development Law : Progressive Development of the Principles of International Law Relating to the New International Economic Order

Progressive Development of the Principles of International Law Relating to the New International Economic Order

By: Milan Bulajic, Enid M. Barron (Editor), Ilga Nielsen (Editor)

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Published: 1993
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The 2nd, revised edition of this text includes the Seoul Declaration on the Progressive Development of Principles of Public International Law relating to the New International Economic Order. The author's comments on the UN declaration on the Right to Development have been added, and the appendix has been updated.

Preface to the First Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Towards the New International Orderp. 1
Changes Following the Second World Warp. 3
The Gap Between Developed and Developing Countriesp. 8
The Roots of this Chronic Crisisp. 12
Indebtedness of the Developing Countriesp. 14
Activities on the Part of the United Nationsp. 21
The Nonaligned Movement Proposes Global Negotiationsp. 23
Prospects: Entering the Twenty-First Centuryp. 28
International Development Lawp. 31
International Law and the New International Economic Orderp. 33
Emergence of International Development Lawp. 43
Dual Legal Norms (Dualite des Norms)p. 48
The Role of National Legislationp. 51
Institutional Issues of International Development Law within the Framework of the United Nationsp. 53
New Sources of International Development Lawp. 62
Subjects of International Development Law: Definition of a Developing Country?p. 66
United Nations Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of Statesp. 75
The United Nations Charterp. 77
The Havana Charter (1948)p. 79
Bases for International Economic Co-operation - Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resourcesp. 82
Declaration on International Economic Co-operationp. 84
General Principles for Governing International Trade Relations and Trade Policies Conducive to Development (1964)p. 90
Declaration of the United Nations (1970) - Principles for Governing International Trade Relations Conducive to Developmentp. 99
United Nations Declaration on the Establishment of a New International Economic Orderp. 103
Proposal to Draw up a Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of Statesp. 107
Drafting of the Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of Statesp. 111
Systematization of the Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of Statesp. 117
No Consensus Voting on the Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of Statesp. 126
Analysis of the Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of Statesp. 130
First Ten Years of the Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of Statesp. 146
Review of the Implementation of the Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of Statesp. 159
Governments' Views on the Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of Statesp. 181
Proposals for Progressive Development (Review) of the Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of Statesp. 189
New Ideas - No Alternativesp. 197
Progressive Development of the Principles of International Law Relating to the New International Economic Orderp. 201
Historical Backgroundp. 203
Different Legal Philosophies and Conceptions Concerning the Principles of International Development Lawp. 228
United Nations Analytical Study on the Progressive Development of Principles of International Law Relating to the New International Economic Orderp. 241
Conclusion: Elements for a Declaration on Principles of International Law relating to the New International Economic Orderp. 387
Bibliographyp. 401
App. I. Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of Statesp. 405
Resolutionsp. 405
App. II. Progressive Development of the Principles and Norms of International Law relating to the New International Economic Orderp. 425
United Nations General Assembly Resolutionsp. 425
International Law Association Committee on Legal Aspects of a New International Economic Order - Resolutionsp. 449
The Conferences on the Law of the World (World Peace through Law Center) Resolutionsp. 463
App. III. Conference of Ministers for Foreign Affairs of Non-aligned Countries in Luanda (4-8 September 1985) - Resolution on External Debtp. 471
App. IV. Special Session of the United Nations General Assembly A/RES/S-18/3 4 June 1990p. 473
Assessment of the 1980sp. 473
Challenges and Opportunities for the 1990sp. 474
Commitments and Policies for International Development Co-operationp. 476
Biographical Notep. 481
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ISBN: 9780792319719
ISBN-10: 0792319710
Series: Nijhoff Law Specials
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 484
Published: 1993
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 17.15  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 1.04
Edition Number: 2
Edition Type: Revised