The violations of public international law in the Lockerbie case
Date of Publication
Bachelor of Arts in International Studies Major in European Studies
College of Liberal Arts
This study on the Lockerbie Case highlights the relevance and significance of Public International Law as a means for protection and legitimacy, and presents its implications on foreign relations because it taps into various aspects of Public International Law and International Relations.
For the purposes of this study, the descriptive method of research was used, in the sense that the study concerned itself primarily with obtaining accurate and meaningful description of the phenomena under review, specifically the Lockerbie Case, and its implications on the practice of Public International Law between and among nations.
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Pernia, M. (2001). The violations of public international law in the Lockerbie case. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/etd_bachelors/1825