Higgins, Dame Rosalyn

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HIGGINS, Dame Rosalyn

HIGGINS, Dame Rosalyn. British, b. 1937. Genres: International relations/Current affairs, Law. Career: Royal Institute of International Affairs, Research Specialist in International Law and U.N. Affairs, 1963-74; London School of Economics, Visiting Fellow, 1974-78, Professor of International Law, 1981-95; University of Kent, Canterbury, Professor, 1978-81; International Court of Justice, Judge, 1995. Publications: The Development of International Law through the Political Organs of the United Nations, 1963; Conflict of Interests: International law in a Divided World, 1965; The Administration of United Kingdom Foreign Policy through the United Nations, 1966; United Nations Peacekeeping: Documents and Commentary, vol. I, The Middle East, 1969, vol. II, Asia, 1971, vol. III, Africa, 1980, vol. IV, Europe, 1981; Problems and Process: International Law and How We Use It, 1994. EDITOR: (with J. Fawcett) Law in Movement: Essays in Honour of John McMahon, 1974; (with M. Flory) Libertae de Circulation des Personnes en Droit International, 1989; (with M. Flory) Terrorism and International Law, 1997.

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