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Kazimierz Grzybowski. The author, a preeminent authority in the field of Soviet international law, here undertakes a policy-oriented approach to the study of international law.
Kazimierz Grzybowski Preface ix. Abbreviations xi. 1. Soviet Global Expansion 1. 2. Soviet Theory of International Law in the 1970s 8. 3. Principles of Soviet Federalism 21. 4. Soviet Foreign Service: Diplomats, Consuls, and Trade Delegations Since 1970 35. 5. Technical and Cultural Cooperation with the West 47. 6. Territory 61. 7. Population 72. 8. The New Law of the Sea 92. 9. The Soviet Approach to the Peaceful Settlement of Internatio.
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Series: Duke Press Policy Studies. This extremely important book should be required reading for anyone who is interested in understanding . Foreign Policy in general and the flawed foundations of the War Against Terrorism in particular
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Kazimierz Grzybowski, American legal educator. Decorated Military Cross; grantee Gregory and Kosciuszko Foundation, 1933-1934; Recipient grants Fulbright Foundation, Leiden, 1963-1964, grants Fulbright Foundation, Strasbourg, France, 1967-1968, grants Carnegie Endowment, 1964-1967. Served with Polish Army, 1939-1942. Member American Society Study Comparative Law (board governors since 1970).