Mass Expulsion in Modern International Law and Practice

Mass Expulsion in Modern International Law and Practice

by Jean-Marie Henckaerts

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'...the book provides readers with important basic information on the genesis of safeguards against mass expulsion. Several of its chapters constitute a practical treatise for scholars and practitioners striving to combat this reprehensible practice.'
The American Journal of International Law, 90 (1996).
'This is a superbly written study. The author sets out his ideas clearly, and treats the subject-matter comprehensively. His arguments are powerful but balanced, his writing dense yet highly readable. In addition, his extensive research, case law references and bibliography make the book a valuable tool for international lawyers and local practitioners trying to stem mass expulsions.'
International Journal of Refugee Law, (1996).

Product Details

Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.
Publication date:
International Studies in Human Rights Series, #41
Product dimensions:
6.50(w) x 9.68(h) x 0.78(d)

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