The 1998 Netherlands Yearbook of International Law contains expert articles on issues such as new challenges to IMF jurisdiction, and a perspective on provisional measures under UNCLOS.
The documentation section surveys Dutch state practice for the parliamentary year 1996-1997; international agreements to which the Netherlands is a party; Netherlands judicial decisions and municipal legislation involving questions of public international law; and Dutch literature in the field of public international law and related matters.
The Yearbook is included in the 1998 subscription to the Netherlands International Law Review (Volume 45).
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