The Law of International Institutions

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Bibliography

General Works

BEBR: "Regional Organisations: a United Nations Problem", ( 1955) 49 A.J.I.L.166.

BECKETT: The North Atlantic Treaty ( 1950).

KELSEN: Recent Trends in the Law of the UN ( 1951), Chap. I.

OBERN: Selected regional international organisations; a comparative study ( 1955).

SABA: "Regional Arrangements in the UN Charter", ( 1952) 80 R.C.635.

VAN KLEFFENS: "Regionalism and Regional Pacts", ( 1949) 43 A.J.I.L.666.

VELLAS: Le régionalisme international et l'organisation des nations unies ( 1948).

YAKEMTCHOUK: "Le régionalisme et l'ONU", ( 1955) R.G.D.I.P.406.

European Organisations

General

--, "European Regional Communities", ( 1961) 26 Law and Contemporary Problems, No. 3.

BALL: NATO and the European Union Movement ( 1959).

GOORMATINGH: "European Integration", ( 1953) International Conciliation, Feb., 49.

HAAS: The Uniting of Europe: Political, Social and Economic Forces, 1950-57 ( 1958).

MAURY: L'intégration européenne ( 1958).

POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC PLANNING (PEP): European Organisations ( 1959).

ROBERTSON: European Institutions ( 1959).

ROBERTSON: The Law of International Institutions in Europe ( 1961).

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE: Regional Organisations, A description of the Development and Functions: Europe and the North Atlantic Area, No. 4944 ( 1953).

The Council of Europe

THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE: Concise Handbook of the Council of Europe ( 1954).

THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE: Ten Years of the Council of Europe ( 1961).

ROBERTSON: The Council of Europe. Its Structure, Functions and Achievements, 2nd ed. ( 1961).

NATO

BRITISH INFORMATION SERVICES: Western Co-operation. A reference handbook ( 1955).

BUCHAN: "The Reform of NATO", ( 1962) 40 Foreign Affairs, 165.

ISMAY: NATO, The First Five Years, 1949- 1954 ( 1955).

NATO INFORMATION SERVICE: The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ( 1959).

SALVIN: "The North Atlantic Pact", ( 1949) International Conciliation, 373.

OECD

GORDON: "The Organisation for European Economic Co-operation", ( 1956) International Organisation, 10, 1.

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