Tibet, the Position in International Law: Report of the Conference of International Lawyers on Issues Relating to Self-Determination and Independence for Tibet, London 6-10 January 1993

Couverture
In 1993, a conference of leading international lawyers from 14 countries was held in London to consider the claims of Tibetans for self-determination and independence, within a legal and peaceful framework. Two committees on evidence - each under a judge - examined the material evidence in detail, including submissions by the Chinese government. This is a report of the conclusions reached in the conference. It should assist governments, the international community, international lawyers and all concerned about human rights.
 

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Introduction
7
Evidence
23
Legal Analysis
35
Conclusions
143
Appendices
152
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Robert McCorquodale is Professor of International Law and Human Rigts at the University of Nottingham. He has written extensively on international law and has provided advice and training on international legal issues for governments, groups and organisations worldwide. Martin Dixon is a Lecturer in
Law at Cambridge University and a Fellow of Queens' College, Cambridge. He is the author of Textbook on International Law and has recently completed a period of secondment in the legal office of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency in Vienna.

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