Indian Studies in International Law and Diplomacy: The Position of Indians in South Africa
Calcutta, The Indian Law Review. 1950. Soft cover. Book, [iv], ii, 83pp, bibliography, I--Brief Survey of Facts; II--South Africa's Plea of Territorial Sovereignty; III South Africa's Denial of Treaty Obligations; IV--Has South Africa violated the UNO Charter?; V--South Africa's Denial of the Competence of the United Nations; VI--South Africa's Violation of International Law; VII--Conclusions; 2 appendices. Printed wrappers, slightly soiled, spine ends chipped, stamp on front panel of the " Head of the Political Science Department/University of the Panjab, Lahore", internally clean. The author was a prominent constitutional lawyer and had been Chairman of the Committee of Ministers, Chamber of Princes. Scarce. Good.
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Keywords: South Africa Indians International Law Legal Status Cape Town Agreements of 1927 and 1932 Horow