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International Courts and the Development of International Law

Essays in Honour of Tullio Treves

Boschiero, N., Scovazzi, T., Pitea, C., Ragni, C. (Eds.)

2013, XXXIX, 951 p.

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Nerina Boschiero and Tullio Scovazzi are both professor of international law at the Universities of, respectively, Milan and Milano-Bicocca, Italy. Chiara Ragni and Cesare Pitea are both researcher in international law at the Universities of, respectively, Milan and Parma, Italy.

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