The Myth of International Security

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The Myth of International Security

By A. V. Levontin
Magnes Press, 1957
346 pp. $0.00

An argument that international law is incapable of creating international security, and hence that a system of sovereign states must be replaced by the single sovereignty of world government. The author is a member of the Law Faculty of the Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

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