Journal of International Legal History
JUS GENTIUM Journal of International Legal History is the first dedicated journal in the United States addressing the history of international law. Much current scholarship on the history of international law is preoccupied not with international law, but with international legal doctrine; the doctrinal writings of remarkably few individuals dominate the discourse while the rest remain unseen or overlooked. This journal will encourage further exploration in the archives, for new materials and confirmation of the accuracy of past uses, and welcomes the continued reassessment of international legal history in all of its dimensions.
William E. Butler, John Edward Fowler Distinguished Professor of Law, Pennsylvania State University
Jean Allain, Monash University, Australia
Arnulf Becker Lorca, Brown University
Olga V. Butkevych, Kyiv Shevchenko National University
Volodymyr Butkevych, Sometime Judge, European Court of Human Rights
Chen Yifeng, Peking University Law School
Vincent Chetail, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva
Mark Janis, University of Connecticut School of Law; Visiting Fellow, University of Oxford
Peter Macalister-Smith, Ph.D., Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg, Germany
Oleksandr Merezhko, Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University
Stephen Neff, University of Edinburgh
Alexander Orakhelashvili, University of Birmingham, England
Michael Palmer, University of London SOAS & IALS
Grigorii S. Starodubtsev, RussianAcademy of National Economy and Public Administration
Alexander Vylegzhanin, Moscow State Institute of International Relations
ASSOCIATE EDITORS (Vol. 6, No. 1)
Lance M. Sacknoff
Jacqueline M. Stryker
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Vol. 6, No. 1
Public Uses of the History of International Law
The Shandong Question at Versailles and After: A War to Preserve the Sanctity of Treaties?
The 1949 Geneva Conventions 70 Years On: Impact on International Law and National Legal Systems
S. Yu. Marochkin
Napoleon, Anzilotti, and the Origins of Attributing State Responsibilit
Kit de Vriese
The Development of State Cooperation in Public Health
NOTES AND COMMENTS
N. S. de Galet – Forgotten Name in the History of Private International Law
S. V. Bakhin
Hasan Fehmi Pasha and the Birth of Ottoman International Legal Studies
Antoni Białecki: Warsaw International Lawyer
V. S. Ivanenko
International Law Texts in American Law Libraries: 1785–1900
M. H. Hoeflich
DOCUMENTS AND OTHER EVIDENCE OF STATE PRACTICE
Zhabotinskii (Jabotintsky) and the Nationalities Issue in International Law
Self-Government of a National Minority
A Brief Calendar of State Practice for Shandong: 1897–1924: Part Three (1910–1913): Dollar Diplomacy
Howland on International Law and Japanese Sovereignty
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