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. 5 No. 2)
Philip J Hall
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Vol. 5, No. 2
When Law Failed: The Admiralty Sessions at The Old Bailey, 7-8 June 1792
J. D. Gordon III
Ukrainian Statehood in the Mid-Seventeenth to Early Eighteenth Century in Treaties with Foreign States: Principal Legal Models (Part Two)
O. V. Kresin
Arbitrating Capitulations: Small versus Barbarous in the 1901 Greco-Ottoman Consular Convention
SYMPOSIUM: ARCHIVES OF INTERNATIONAL LAW: HISTORIES OF INTERNATIONAL LAWYERS BETWEEN TRAJECTORIES, PRACTICES, AND DISCOURSES
EDITORS: DZOVINAR KÉVONIAN AND PHILIPPE RYGIEL
Archives of International Lawyers: Towards a Social History of International Legal Practice
Very Discreet Experts: The “International Association of Penal Law” and the Nuremberg Moment
Private Files and Personal Contacts: Tobias Asser: Just Another Case Study
Estanislao Zeballos and the Argentine Doctrine of Human Private Law: A Micro-Social Approach to the History of Private International Law
P. D. Bernaldo de Quirós
Cross-Referencing Written Archives and Oral Sources: Transcript of a Filmed Interview of Jean Salmon
NOTES AND COMMENTS
Boris Nolde: International Lawyer of Imperial Russia and the Russia Abroad
V. S. Ivanenko
Chains of Law: Postwar Justice in the Andaman Islands, Singapore, and Tokyo, 1945-1948
DOCUMENTS AND OTHER EVIDENCE OF STATE PRACTICE
The First Published Treaty Collection in Persia: An Introduction
Fragments from the 1844 Stepanov Manuscript on the “Law of Nations and Diplomacy”: From the Legacy of the Kharkiv School of International Law
O. V. Tarasov
Manuscript of T. F. Stepanov “Law of Nations and Diplomacy” (Summary)
T. F. Stepanov
A Brief Calendar of State Practice for Shandong: 1897-1924: Part Two (1905–1909): Ports and Railways
Van Vechten (Johnny) Veeder (1948-2020)
FROM THE LITERATURE
INDEX TO VOLUMES 1-5