Issues in Mediterranean maritime boundary delimitation
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Issues in Mediterranean maritime boundary delimitation a geographical perspective on international law by S. R. Langford

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Published by University of Durham, Department of Geography in Durham .
Written in English

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StatementS. R. Langford.
SeriesGraduate Discussion Paper / University of Durham, Departmentof Geography -- No. 13, Graduate Discussion Paper -- No. 13.
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Open LibraryOL13961070M

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