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The epochs of international law

Author: Wilhelm G Grewe; Michael Byers
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Walter de Gruyter, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Wilhelm G Grewe; Michael Byers
ISBN: 3110153394 9783110153392
OCLC Number: 43851398
Description: xxii, 780 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Contents: IUS GENTIUM : THE STRUCTURE OF THE LAW OF THE NATIONS DURING THE MIDDLE AGES: Unity and subdivision of the Occident under the dyarchy of emperor and pope --
The foundation of the international legal community : the Occidental Christian community --
The subjects of the international legal community : the polities of the Feudal Age --
Admission to the family of nations : approbation and recognition --
Law-making : natural law and treaty practice --
The judiciary : the development and structure of medieval arbitration --
Law Enforcement : the idea and reality of the "just war" --
The legal forms of territorial settlement : adjudication and occupation --
Law and dominion of the sea : claims by the coastal states --
IUS INTER GENTES : THE LAW OF NATIONS IN THE SPANISH AGE 1494-1648: The predominance of Spain in the state system --
The foundation of the international legal community : the laws of the European family of Christian nations --
The subjects of the international legal community : the early modern states --
Admission to the international law community : the recognition of the independence of the Netherlands --
Law-making : ius naturae and ius voluntarium --
The judicial settlement of international disputes : the decline of arbitration --
Law enforcement : the genesis of the classical law of war --
The institutions of the law of nations for the formation of a territorial order in the Age of Discoveries --
Law and dominion of the sea : mare clausum vs. mare liberum. DROIT PUBLIC DE L'EUROPE : THE INTERNATIONAL LEGAL ORDER DURING THE FRENCH AGE 1648-1815: The age of French predominance in the state system --
The foundations of the international legal community : European balance of power, dynastic solidarity, colonial expansion --
The subjects of the international legal community : closed territorial states --
Admission to the family of nations : the recognition of the independence of the United States --
The formation of legal rules : law of nature and raison d'état --
Judicature : the nadir of international arbitration --
Law enforcement : cabinat [sic] wars and contractual neutrality --
The laws of territorial settlement : symbolic and effective occupation --
Law and dominion of the sea : neutral rights in wartime as "liberté des mers" --
The French Revolution : postulates and ideological programmes relating to the law of nations --
"INTERNATIONAL LAW" : THE INTERNATIONAL LEGAL ORDER OF THE BRITISH AGE 1815-1919: British predominance in the state system --
The foundations of the international legal community : the idea of civilisation and a universal international law in a global state system --
The subjects of international law : the breakthrough of the concept of the nation-state --
Admission to the family of nations : the independence of the Latin American republics and the classical doctrine of recognition --
Law-making : the consent of states as a source of international law --
Adjucation : the rebirth of arbitration --
Law enforcement : the completion of the classical law of war and neutrality --
The law of territorial settlement : acquistion of territory by effective occupation --
Law and dominion of the sea : freedom of the seas under British maritime dominion. INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS : THE INTERNATIONAL LEGAL ORDER OF THE INTER-WAR PERIOD 1919-1944: The transition period of the Anglo-American condominium --
The foundations of the international legal community : a global community dominated by the West --
The subjects of international law : the modern state in the age of mass democracy --
Admission to the international legal community : the Stimson Doctrine of non-recognition --
The formation of legal rules : the turn away from positivism : a frenzy of law-making --
The administration of justice : compulsory arbitration and the Permanent Court of International Justice --
Law enforcement : the outlawry of war, and sanctions --
The laws of territorial settlement : contiguity and sectoral demarcation --
Law and dominion of the sea : the decline of neutral rights --
UNITED NATIONS : INTERNATIONAL LAW IN THE AGE OF AMERICAN-SOVIET RIVALRY AND THE RISE OF THE THIRD WORLD 1945-1989: The bipolar world system dominated by two super-powers --
The foundations of the international legal community : a universal community without common values --
The subjects of international law : a heterogeneous world of states --
Admission to the international legal community : "peaceloving" as a criterion for membership of the United Nations --
The formation of legal rules : the role of the United Nations in the creation of law --
Adjudication : preeminence of political rather than judicial settlement of disputes --
Law enforcement : ius contra bellum and the use of force in practice --
Legal forms of territorial settlement : the distribution of the last unoccupied regions of the Earth : air and space law --
Law and dominion of the sea : the "common heritage of mankind" --
Conclusion --
EPILOGUE: An international community with a single superpower.
Other Titles: Epochen der Völkerrechtsgeschichte.
Responsibility: Wilhelm G. Grewe ; translated and revised by Michael Byers.

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