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The Practice of Japan in international law, 1961-1970

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Statementedited by Shigeru Oda and Hisashi Owada, with the assistance of Kazuya Hirobe.
ContributionsOda, Shigeru, 1924-, Owada, Hisashi., Hirobe, Kazuya, 1939-
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LC ClassificationsJX1577 .P7 1982
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Paginationxxxii, 471 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL3090571M
ISBN 100860083012
LC Control Number82193177

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