ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

donderdag 16 februari 2017

JOURNAL: Jus Gentium. Journal of International Legal History II (2017), No. 1

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Jus Gentium: Journal of International Legal History published its first issue for 2017.

Table of Contents:
ARTICLES 
The International-Legal Ideology Pre-Slavic Chiefdoms of the Ukrainian Ethnos (Part Two)VG.Butkevych  
The Limits of International Agreement: Belligerent Rights vs. Submarine Cable Security in the Nineteenth CenturyDouglas Howland  
The Means to the End and the End of the Means:  Self-Determination, Decolonization, and International LawMiriam McKenna  
NOTES AND COMMENTS 
Piracy in the United States Supreme Court: United States v. PalmerV. Vasquez  
United States v. Smith: The Influence of Commodore John Daniel DanelsJ. G. Gorman, III  
The Malek Adhel and Shipowner Liability for PiracyB. J. Forgue  
Worcester v. Georgia and Native American Tribal SovereigntyR. L. Armezzani  
On the Russian Society of International Law (1880)W. E. ButlerV. S. Ivanenko  
Samuel Crandall and Treaty-Making in the United StatesTaylor J. Wolf  
REVIEWS 
Arnulf Becker Lorca, Mestizo InternationalLaw: A Global Intellectual History (2014)A. P. Useche   
DOCUMENTS AND OTHER EVIDENCE OF STATE PRACTICE 
Federal Law on the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation in a Foreign State and Permanent Representative (or Permanent Observer) of the Russian Federation or Attached to an International Organization (or in a Foreign State)W. E. Butler  
United States v. Smith (1820):Transcript RecordJ. G. Gorman, III  
A Brief Calendar of International Practice for Spain and Portugal: 1297 to 1641P. Macalister-SmithJ. Schwietzke  
A Brief Calendar of State Practice for Russia During the First World War: 1914 to 1924 (Part One 1914—1918)P. Macalister-SmithJ. Schwietzke  
FROM THE LITERATURE

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