L'onu et la Corée

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L'onu et la Corée

By Marie-Françoise Labouz
Publications Universitaires de Paris, 1981
382 pp.

A closely reasoned study of how the U.N. Charter was distorted (but not necessarily violated) by the use of legal fictions when the U.N.'s major organs took cognizance of the Korean question after World War II, responded to the North Korean military action of 1950, and maintained responsibilities for many years thereafter. Not concerned with international politics as such, it is a specialized study of theory and practice written for the legal fraternity.

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