Filed Under: Administrative Law; International Law
2 definitions found for this term.
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Public International Law, 2/e$60.00 – $96.00
Freedom from control by foreign states, but not from the strictures of international law.
The conditions under which decision makers will be able to make decisions without being in thrall to outside sources (and particularly those who have appointed them) or to other members or staff of the tribunal or agency of which they are members.