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The Changing Effectiveness of General Assembly Resolutions

  • Gabriella Rosner Lande (a1)


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1 “Bringing Law to Bear on Governments,” 74 Harvard Law Eev. 1134-1135 (1901).

2 “The Binding Force of a ‘Eeeommendation’ of the General Assembly of the United Nations,” 25 Brit. Yr. Bk. Int. Law 32-33 (1948).

3 Introduction to the Annual Eeport of the Secretary-General on the Work of the Organization, 16 June 1960-15 June 1961, General Assembly, 16th Sess., Official Becords, Supp. No. 1A, p. 3.

4 Introduction to the Annual Beport of the Secretary-General on the Work of the Organization, 16 June 1959-15 June 1960, General Assembly, 15th Sess., Official Becords, Supp. No. 1A, pp. 4-5.

5 H. Field Haviland, The Political Bole of the General Assembly 79-80 (New York, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1951).

6 “The New United Nations and the Eevision of the Charter,” 16 Eeview of Polities 12 (1954).

7 “The U.N. Begins to Show Power against Power,” New York Times Magazine, Oct. 23, 1949, p. 12.

8 The series of expert studies from some twenty-four countries prepared for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and published by the Manhattan Publishing Co., N.Y.: National Studies on International Organization.


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