HUMAN RIGHTS IN A ONE-PARTY STATE.
The International Commission of Jurists. London: Search Press, 1978. Pp. 133.
This work is a report of a seminar conducted by the international Commission of Jurists in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania in 1976. The topics discussed include the maintenance and furtherance of social and individual rights in the constitutional one-party systems which have developed in Eastern Africa since independence from colonial rule. Specific attention is focused on the experiences of Tanzania, Zambia, and Sudan.
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AT THE INTERNATIONAL LEVEL.
By Oran Young.
New York: Nichols Publishing Company, 1977. Pp. 252.$16.00.
The emphasis of this work is on treating international resource regions as international regimes for purposes of resource management and maintenance of environmental quality. The book is in the form of a case study of the North Pacific region known as Beringia and is concerned with the economic, political, legal, and organizational problems which arise from multinational resource exploitation.
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