EUCLID publishes “Binding and Non-Binding Instruments in Intergovernmental Relations” guidebook for diplomats and international relations scholars
EUCLID released today the first edition of its much-anticipated practical and scholarly handbook on binding and non-binding instruments in the context of heightened interest in this issue, for instance in light of the recent Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action between the P5+1 and Iran (photo on cover). Four EUCLID faculty members have collaborated to make this project and important contribution possible.
The 190 page book is available on Amazon.com in Kindle and 6×9 print format.
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