ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

ESIL Interest Group History of International Law

dinsdag 5 juli 2022

JOURNAL: Journal of Global History, Special Issue: Towards a Global History of International Organizations and Decolonization, Volume 17, Issue 2 (July 2022)

Source: CUP

Special Issue: Towards a Global History of International Organizations and Decolonization

Special issue introduction: Towards a global history of international organizations and decolonization
Eva-Maria Muschik
pp. 173-190

The League of Nations and the post-Ottoman recolonization of the Nile Valley: The imperial Matryoshka of Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, 1922–1924
Giorgio Potì
pp. 191-209

The league against imperialism, national liberation, and the economic question
Disha Karnad Jani
pp. 210-232

Malariology and decolonization: Eastern European experts from the League of Nations to the World Health Organization
Bogdan C. Iacob
pp. 233-253

‘With a minimum of bitterness’: decolonization, the right to self-determination, and the Arab-Asian group
Cindy Ewing
pp. 254-271

Select States, nations, and self-determination: Afghanistan and decolonization at the United Nations
States, nations, and self-determination: Afghanistan and decolonization at the United Nations
Elisabeth Leake
pp. 272-291

From administrative to political order? Global legal history, the organic law, and the constitution of mandate Syria, 1925–1930
Adam Mestyan
pp. 292-311

Three days in December: Jewish human rights between the United Nations and the middle east in 1948
James Loeffler
pp. 312-330

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