John Dugard

Christopher John Robert Dugard (born 23 August 1936) is a South African professor of international law. His main academic specializations are in Roman-Dutch law, public international law, jurisprudence, human rights, criminal procedure and international criminal law. He has served on the International Law Commission, the primary UN institution for the development of international law, and has been active in reporting on human-rights violations by Israel in the Palestinian territories.

He has written several books on human rights and international law, especially the crime of apartheid, in addition to coauthoring textbooks on criminal law and procedure and international law. He has written extensively on South African apartheid. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Human rights and the South African legal order / by Dugard, John, 1936-

    Published 1978
    Book
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    The last years of Apartheid : civil liberties in South Africa / by Dugard, John, 1936-

    Published 1992
    Book
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    International law : a South African perspective / by Dugard, John, 1936-

    Published 1994
    Book
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    Recognition and the United Nations / by Dugard, John, 1936-

    Published 1987
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    Human rights and the South African legal order / by Dugard, John, 1936-

    Published 1978
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    The pursuit of a brave new world in international law : essays in honour of John Dugard /

    Published 2017
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