Proceedings Magazine - March 1957 Vol. 83/3/649

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    No international crisis in recent times so well illustrates the present uncertain position of international law and the overriding importance of world politics in international relations as does the recent Suez Canal crisis. In the heat of...

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    By James M. Merrill

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