The international law of indirect aggression and subversion
A. J. Thomas, Jr., Ann Van Wynen Thomas, Oscar A. Salas
[s.l.] : [s.n.], 1966
547 p. ; 28 cm
Contient les chapitres suivants : I. The concepts of indirect aggression and subversion. - II. International law and the rights and duties of states in the event of civil strife. - III. State responsibility for international delinquencies. - IV. The use of governmental resources for financial support of indirect aggression. - V. The use of private resources for financial support of indirect aggression and subversion. - VI. The use of governmental resources or personnel for the training of guerrillas or terrorists. - VII. Equipping guerrillas, terrorists or rebels with weapons and munitions of war. - VIII. The use of national territory for the conduct of hostile subversive activities against another state. - IX. Hostile propaganda and indirect aggression and subversion.
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