L’inspection Internationale: Quinze Études de la Pratique des États et des Organisations Internationales
By Georges Fischer and Daniel Vignes
Bruylant, 1976, 524 pp.
An ambitious and original work. The unifying theme is the concept of international inspection in juridical theory and in practice. It is applied, with varying degrees of success, to such disparate contexts as human rights, war prisoner camps, drug trafficking, the powers of the W.H.O., I.M.F., the World Bank, as well as the cessation of hostilities in Indochina, inspection of ships, U.N. peacekeeping forces and traditional arms control.