The Law of International Institutions

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Bibliography

General Works

BRIMMER WALL, CHAMBERLIN and HOLVET: A guide to the Use of UN Documents ( 1962).

CHAUMONT: L'Organisation des Nations Unies ( 1959).

CHEEVER and HAILAND: Organising for Peace ( 1954).

GOODRICH: The United Nations ( 1959).

GOODRICH and HAMBRO: Charter of the United Nations. Commentary and Documents (2nd ed., 1949)

KELSEN: The Law of the United Nations ( 1950).

KELSEN: Recent Trends in the Law of the United Nations ( 1951).

SOHN: Cases and other materials on World Law ( 1950).

SOHN: Cases on United Nations Law ( 1956).

SOHN: Basic Documents of the United Nations ( 1956).

United Nations Conference on International Organisation (UNCIO), 15 vols. ( 1945) (these volumes constitute the travaux péreparatories).

UNITED NATIONS: Repertory of Practice of UN Organs, Vols. 1-5 and Supplements.

WEISSBERG: The international status of the UN ( 1961).

WORTLEY: The United Nations: the first ten years ( 1957).

The Security Council

GROSS: "Voting in the Security Council", ( 1951) 60 Yale L. J. 228.

DAY: Le droite de veto aux Nations-Unied ( 1952).

JIMENEZ DE ARECHAGA: Voting and the handling of disputes in the Security Council ( 1951)

KERLEY: "The Powers of Investigation of the UN Security Council", ( 1961) 55 A.J.I.L. 892.

McDOUGAL and GARDNER: "The veto and the Charter: an interpretation for survival", ( 1951) 60 Yale L.J. 258.

RUDZINSKI: "The so-called Double-veto", ( 1951) 45 A.J.I.L. 443.

SCHACHTER: "Legal Aspects of the UN Action in the Congo", ( 1961) 55 A.J.I.L. 1.

STONE:: Legal Controls of International Conflict ( 1959), chaps. VII and VIII.

UNITED NATIONS: Repertoire of practice of the Security Council, 1946-51 ( 1954) and Suppl. 1952-55 (ST.PSCA/1/Add.1) ( 1958).

UNITED NATIONS: Repertory of practice of UN Organs, Vol. II ( 1955) and Suppl. No. 1, Vol. 1 ( 1958).

The General Assembly

ANDRASSI: "Uniting for Peace", ( 1956) 50 A.J.I.L. 563.

BAILEY: The General Assembly ( 1960).

BRUGIÉRE: Les pouvoirs de l'Assemblée générale des Nations Unies en matière politique et de sécurité ( 1955).

FIELD: The political role of the General Assembly ( 1951).

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