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Lawmaking by International Administrations

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Affiliations: 1: Dr. jur., LL.M. (NYU), LL.M. (Cologne-Paris), Associate Legal Officer, International Criminal Court, Visiting Research Fellow, Leiden University. The views are those of the author alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the International Criminal Court. This research is based on a presentation held at the ESIL Research Forum 2005 and is part of a forthcoming monograph by the author on the law and practice of international territorial administrations ("The Law and Practice of International Territorial Administration: From Versailles to Iraq and Beyond, Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law, Cambridge Studies).


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