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Philip C. Jessup • 66 Items / 35 Reviews, 13 Books, 17 Articles, 1 Poem
Transnational Law (1956)
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Published Reviews
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    Juridical Tour (Review)
    Transnational Law, by Philip C. Jessup
    1. Transnational Law by Philip C. Jessup
    National Review, May 11, 1957, p. 457
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    Law for a New Era (Review)
    Transnational Law, by Philip C. Jessup
    1. Transnational Law by Philip C. Jessup
    The Saturday Review, March 23, 1957, p. 19
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    Reviews of Books (2 Reviews)
    Transnational Law, by Philip C. Jessup
    1. Transnational Law by Philip C. Jessup
    2. Morals, Law, and Power in International Relations by Percy Ellwood Corbett
    American Political Science Review, December 1957, pp. 1117-1118
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    Recent Books on International Relations (15 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. The Big Thaw by C.L. Sulzberger
    2. American-Asian Tensions by Robert Strausz-Hupe, Alvin J. Cottrell, and James E. Dougherty, ...
    3. Target: The World by Evron M. Kirkpatrick
    4. An Essay on the Impact of Marxism by Josef Macek
    5. Gallipoli by Alan Moorehead
    6. International Atomic Policy During a Decade by Elis Biorklund
    7. A Military History of the Western World by J.F.C. Fuller
    8. The War Potential of Nations by Klaus E. Knorr
    9. The Concept of War in Contemporary History and International Law by Lothar Kotzsch
    10. The Men Behind the Space Rockets by Heinz Gartmann
    11. Guided Missiles in War and Peace by Nels A. Parson, Jr.
    12. Latin America in the United Nations by John A. Houston
    13. Denmark and the United Nations by Max Sorensen and Niels J. Haagerup
    14. Elections and Electors by James F.S. Ross
    15. Transnational Law by Philip C. Jessup
    Foreign Affairs, January 1957, pp. 354-355