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  • Sovereignty, Statehood and State Responsibility
  • Essays in Honour of James Crawford
  • Online publication date: February 2015
  • pp xliv-xlv
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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        • Edited by Christine Chinkin, London School of Economics and Political Science, Freya Baetens, Universiteit Leiden
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        • Online publication: 05 February 2015
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Resolutions (in chronological order)

United Nations General Assembly Resolutions

Resolution 195 (III) (1948) 232
Resolution 296 (IV) (1949) 232
Resolution 377 (V) (1950), Uniting for Peace 28
Resolution 620 (VII) (1952) 232
Resolution 1017 (X) (1957) 232
Resolution 1514 (XV) (1960), Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples 144, 155, 211, 222, 256
Resolution 1541 (XV) (1960), Principles which should Guide Members in Determining whether or not an Obligation Exists to Transmit the Information Called for under Article 73e of the Charter of the United Nations 155, 211, 224
Resolution 2625 (XXV) (1970), Declaration on Principles of International Law concerning Friendly Relations and Cooperation among States in Accordance with the Charter of the United Nations 41
Resolution 3151 (XXVIII) (1973) 238
Resolution 3314 (1974) 173
Resolution 36/172 (1981) 41
Resolution 43/177 (1988) 229, 238, 243
Resolution 52/520 (1998) 243
Resolution 56/83 (2001) 194
Resolution 58/314 (2004) 239
Resolution 59/38 (2004) 315
Resolution 61/295 (2007), Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples 87
Resolution 67/19 (2012), Status of Palestine in the United Nations 229

United Nations Security Council Resolutions

Resolution 138 (1960) 47
Resolution 221 (1966) 25
Resolution 379 (1975) 157
Resolution 380 (1975) 157
Resolution 621 (1988) 157
Resolution 658 (1990) 157
Resolution 690 (1991) 157
Resolution 733 (1992) 25
Resolution 743 (1992) 25
Resolution 755 (1992) 25
Resolution 788 (1992) 48
Resolution 794 (1992) 25
Resolution 819 (1993) 25
Resolution 836 (1993) 26
Resolution 866 (1993) 48
Resolution 867 (1993) 167
Resolution 873 (1993) 167
Resolution 940 (1994) 167
Resolution 1181 (1998) 48
Resolution 1203 (1998) 162
Resolution 1244 (1999) 162
Resolution 1373 (2001) 164
Resolution 1429 (2002) 158
Resolution 1483 (2002) 170
Resolution 1495 (2003) 158
Resolution 1528 (2004) 169
Resolution 1529 (2004) 168
Resolution 1542 (2004) 168
Resolution 1590 (2005) 159
Resolution 1674 (2006) 33
Resolution 1706 (2006) 34
Resolution 1933 (2010) 170
Resolution 1962 (2010) 169
Resolution 1970 (2011) 43
Resolution 1973 (2011) 34, 43
Resolution 1975 (2011) 170
Resolution 1996 (2011) 36
Resolution 2014 (2011) 36
Resolution 2099 (2013) 159
Resolution 2118 (2013) 349