The distance and contemporaneity in exploring the practice of states: the British Archives in relation to the 1957 Oman and Muscat incident

Carty, A. 2005. The distance and contemporaneity in exploring the practice of states: the British Archives in relation to the 1957 Oman and Muscat incident. Singapore Year Book of International Law. 9, pp. 1-11.

TitleThe distance and contemporaneity in exploring the practice of states: the British Archives in relation to the 1957 Oman and Muscat incident
AuthorsCarty, A.
JournalSingapore Year Book of International Law
Journal citation9, pp. 1-11
ISSN1793-0448
Year2005
Web address (URL)http://law.nus.edu.sg/sybil/downloads/current/Carty.pdf
Publication dates
Published2005

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