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Rome Conference

Rome Conference

Conférence diplomatique pour l’adoption du projet de Convention d’Unidroit sur les biens culturels volés ou illicitement exportés, Rome, 7–24 juin 1995, Actes, Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri, Dipartimento per l’informazione e l’editoria, Rome 1996, 392 p.

Diplomatic Conference for the Adoption of the Draft Unidroit Convention on the International Return of Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects, Rome, 7 to 24 June 1995, Acts and Proceedings, Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri, Dipartimento per l’informazione e l’editoria, Rome 1996, 374 p.

Unidroit, Diplomatic Conference To Adopt a Mobile Equipment Convention and An Aircraft Protocol - Acts and Proceedings, International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (Rome), 2006, soft bound, pp. xii + 925, ISBN 88-86449-13-5.

Regulating International Contracts: Hard Law / Soft Law - International Conference organised by the Associazione Italiana per l’arbitrato, Unidroit and the Italian National Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), 27 May 2004, Rome (Italy).

“Regulating International Contracts : Hard Law / Soft Law” - Conférence Internationale de la Commission “Droit et Pratiques du commerce international” de la Chambre de commerce internationale (ICC/CLP) - UNIDROIT, Rome (Italie), 27–28 mai 2004.

Final Protocol of the Third International Conference between Austria-Hungary, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Roumania, Russia, Sweden and Switzerland for the Technical Unification of Railways, signed at Rome, 18 May 1907

Final Protocol of the Third International Conference for the Technical Unification of Railways (Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Roumania, Sweden and Switzerland) relative to the Sealing of Trucks before passing Customs, signed at Rome, 18 May 1907

Protocol of Conference relative to the Protection of Industrial Property between Belgium, Brazil, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Luxemburg, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway, Paraguay, Portugal, Roumania, Servia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunis, the United States and Uruguay, signed at Rome, 11 May 1886

JOHNSON, Robert Underwood (1853 - 1937), American Ambassador at Rome, Feb. 1920–July 1921, and as such attended the Supreme Council of League of Nations at San Remo Conference, April 1920, representing the US as an observer; diplomat; Hon. LittD NY Univ.; Editor Century Magazine, 1909–13, Associate Editor, 1881–1909; member of its editorial staff, 1873–1913; Director of Hall of Fame, New York University since 1919

 

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The United Nations Conference held in 1998 at which the Statute of the International Criminal Court was drawn up.

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