Basal Position of the Absence of Domination in International Relations

Sadri, Seyed Mohamad; Amirpour, Heydar; Ramah, Samaneh
June 2014
Journal of Applied Sciences Research;Jun2014, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p9
Academic Journal
Absence of domination" is considered the most important legal rules that invoked of Sunni and Shiite jurists. Jurists have long explored this rule. But according to this rule and determine its value in international relations should be accepted, that this rule is required to more work, the author explains the provisions of the rule of international relations In this article.


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