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Harmonization of Private International Law in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe: a Comparative Law Survey

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In recent years, the survival of East-West detente has become one of the greatest concerns of mankind. Harmonization of the legal foundations governing economic and human relationships across ideologically divided national boundaries can contribute to the preservation of the human race. Paradoxically, the harmonization of private international law has been a relatively neglected area in both the socialist legal systems and in western legal literature. In the 1970s, in the optimistic spirit of détente, the socialist countries recognized a pressing need to adjust their legal systems to the qualitative changes that occurred in their international relations. This article will present a comparative survey of recent developments in the private international law of the socialist states, both in theory and in practice. Special attention will be given to the theory and practice of the Soviet Union.


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