Perestroika and International Law: Current Anglo-Soviet Approaches to International Law

Perestroika and International Law: Current Anglo-Soviet Approaches to International Law

Perestroika and International Law: Current Anglo-Soviet Approaches to International Law

Perestroika and International Law: Current Anglo-Soviet Approaches to International Law

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As editors of this collaborative venture we wish to express our thanks to a number of people. Firstly, our contributors have all responded enthusiastically and in a spirit of goodwill to our invitation to join with this project. Secondly, we would like to thank Prof. William Butler of University College, London for his wholehearted support and encouragement of our work. Dr. Carty would like to thank University College, London for the opportunity to spend a month in the Soviet Union under the protocol of co-operation between University College, London and the Institute of State and Law of the USSR Academy of Sciences. Thirdly, we would like to thank the University of Glasgow and the Institute of State and Law of the USSR Academy of Sciences, both of which hosted the editors in the course of the elaboration of the book. Finally, we would like to say how happy we are that this undertaking is being published by Edinburgh University Press.

ANTHONY CARTY AND GENNADY DANILENKO Moscow, 10 June 1989 . . .

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