Monday, September 3, 2018

Jus Gentium 3:1

Vol.3, issue 2 of Jus Gentium: Journal of International Legal History (July 2018) is out. Here is the Table of Contents:

ARTICLES

  • "Arbitration at Vienna: Recasting the History of International Dispute Resolution" by S. Harris
  • "The Rising Generation of International Lawyers at St. Petersburg University: Zaremba and Spasovich" by V. I. Ivanenko
  • "The Baltimore Incident and American Naval Expansion" by Mark W. Podvia    
  • "The 1917 Russian Revolution and International Law" by O. O. Merezhko  
  • "The Development of the Science of International Law at the Koretsky Institute of State and Law" by K. O. Savchuk and I. M.Protsenko
  • "Currency Control, Exchange Contracts, and War: Boissevain v. Weil" by J. Anderson
  • "Brown v. United States and Confiscation of Enemy Property" by IsaacSchaphorst

NOTES AND COMMENTS

  • "Kronid Malyshev and the Renaissance of Private International Law" by V. I. Ivanenko
  • "On Teaching the History of International Law" by W. E. Butler
  • "The People as a Subject of International Law"by I. O. Kresina and O. V. Kresin

DOCUMENTS AND OTHER EVIDENCE OF STATE PRACTICE

  • "Brief Calendar of International Practice for Spain and Portugal 1641 to 1818" by P. Macalister-Smith and J. Schwietzke

BOOK REVIEW

  •  Philippe Sands, Східно-західна вулция. Повернення до Львова 671 [East West Street: Return to Lviv] (2017) by T. R.Korotkyĭ and N. Pashkovskyĭ

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