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United Nations General Assembly Resolution 1663 (XVI): The question of race conflict in South Africa resulting from the policies of apartheid of the Government of the Republic of South Africa, 28th November 1961 (UN Doc A/RES/1663 (XVI)), OXIO 273

United Nations General Assembly [UNGA]; South Africa [za]

Subject(s):
Self-determination — Equality before the law — Ethnicity — Arms control — Countermeasures — Economic sanctions — Apartheid — Sovereignty — Acts of international organizations — Collective security — Practice and procedure of international organizations — Resolutions of international organizations — Erga omnes obligations — International peace and security
1. The ability of the United Nations General Assembly to adopt binding resolutions in the area of international peace and security. 2. The types of measures which can be authorized by the United Nations General Assembly. 3. The contribution of the United Nations General Assembly to the status of apartheid under international law. This headnote pertains to: United Nations General Assembly Resolution 1663 (XVI): The question of race conflict in South Africa resulting from the policies of apartheid of the Government of the Republic of South Africa , an act of an...
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