by R. Y. Jennings, Whewell Professor of International Law in the University of Cambridge.
The statute governing the International Court of Justice contains a clause enabling countries to declare in advance their willingness to submit to its jurisdiction. In some cases such declarations have been made subject to reservations which seemed to nullify them. Lately the Court was faced with this question in a case between France and Norway.
A symposium on several aspects and periods of Japanese art.
Speakers: Basil Gray, Keeper of Oriental Antiquities, British Museum, Peter Swann, Curator, Museum of Eastern Art, Oxford; William Watson, Assistant Keeper, Department of Oriental Antiquities, British Museum
The exhibition Art Treasures from Japan is at present on view in London at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
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