Peace treaties and international law in european history : from the Late Middle Ages to World War One (Book, 2009) [WorldCat.org]
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Peace treaties and international law in european history : from the Late Middle Ages to World War One

Author: Randall Lesaffer; Cambridge University Press.
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, cop. 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : This digitally print. version 2009View all editions and formats
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An analysis of peace treaty practice from the late fifteenth century to the Peace of Versailles of 1919.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Randall Lesaffer; Cambridge University Press.
ISBN: 9780521827249 hardback 9780521103787 paperback 0521103789 paperback 0521827248 hardback
OCLC Number: 852952568
Description: XXII, 481 s. ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction Randall Lesaffer; Part I. Peace treaties and international law from Lodi to Versailles (1454-1920): 2. Peace treaties from Lodi to Westphalia Randall Lesaffer; 3. Peace treaties from Westphalia to the Revolutionary Era Heinz Duchhardt; 4. Peace treaties from Paris to Versailles Heinhard Steiger; Part 11. Thinking Peace: voices from the past: 5. Vesitiga pacis. The Roman peace treaty: structure or event? Christian Baldus; 6. The influence of medieval Roman law on peace treaties Karl-Heinz Ziegler; 7. The kiss of peace Hanna Vollrath; 8. Martinus Garatus Laudensis on treaties Alain Wijffels; 9. The importance of medieval canon law and the scholastic tradition for the emergence of the early modern international legal order Dominique Bauer; 10. The Peace Treaties of Westphalia as an instance of the reception of Roman law Laurens Winkel; Part III. Thinking Peace: towards a better future: 11. Peace treaties, bonne foi and European civility in the Enlightenment Marc Belissa; 12. Peace, security and international organisations: the German international lawyers and the Hague Conferences Ingo Hueck; 13. Consent and caution: Lassa Oppenheim and his reaction to World War I Mathias Schmoeckel; 14. Talking peace: social science, peace negotiations and the structure of politics Andreas Osiander; Part IV. Making Peace: aspects of treaty practice: 15. The ius foederis re-examined: the Peace of Westphalia and the constitution of the Holy Roman Empire Ronald G. Asch; 16. The peace treaties of the Ottoman Empire with European Christian powers Karl-Heinz Ziegler; 17. Peace and prosperity: commercial aspects of peacemaking Stephen Neff; 18. The 1871 Peace Treaty between France and Germany and the 1919 Peace Treaty of Versailles Christian Tomuschat; Part V. Conclusion: 19. Conclusion Randall Lesaffer; Appendix; Index.
Responsibility: Ed. by Randall Lesaffer.

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