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Journal of the History of International Law / Revue d'histoire du droit international - Volume: 21 (2019), Issue 2

Journal of the History of International Law / Revue d’histoire du droit international – Volume 22 (2020): Issue 1 (Oct 2019)

Print ISSN: 1388-199X, ISSN: 1571-8050

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The Heidelberg Circle of Jurists and Its Struggle against Allied Jurisdiction: Amnesty-Lobbyism and Impunity-Demands for National Socialist War Criminals (1949–1955)
By: Philipp Glahé

Training, Ideas and Practices. The Law of Nations in the Long Eighteenth Century: An Introduction to the Focus Section
By: Raphaël Cahen, Frederik Dhondt, and Elisabetta Fiocchi Malaspina

Language and Power: The Dragoman as a Link in the Chain Between the Law of Nations and the Ottoman Empire
By: Zülâl Muslu

La conception des devoirs du négociateur en Nouvelle-France: Héritage métropolitain ou cas particulier?
By: Alice Bairoch de Sainte-Marie

The Mutual Guarantee of the Peace of Westphalia in the Law of Nations and Its Impact on European Diplomacy
By: Patrick Milton

Transforming the Law of Nations: The Case of the Eighteenth Century Italian Peninsula
By: Elisabetta Fiocchi Malaspina

La dignité impériale des rois de France en Orient: Titulatures et traductions dans la diplomatie franco-ottomane
By: Victor Simon

Droit et histoire dans la formation diplomatique d’après les écrits sur l’ambassadeur et l’art de négocier (XVIIe-début XVIIIe siècle)
By: Dante Fedele

Stalin’s Soviet Justice. ‘Show’ Trials, War Crimes Trials, and Nuremberg, edited by David M. Crowe
By: Lauri Mälksoo

The Process of International Legal Reproduction: Inequality, Historiography, Resistance, written by Rose Parfitt
By: Jessie Hohmann

Sovereignty at the Paris Peace Conference of 1919, written by Leonard V. Smith
By: Marcus M. Payk

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