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The Resource Piracy and the Origins of Universal Jurisdiction : On Stranger Tides?

Piracy and the Origins of Universal Jurisdiction : On Stranger Tides?

Label
Piracy and the Origins of Universal Jurisdiction : On Stranger Tides?
Title
Piracy and the Origins of Universal Jurisdiction
Title remainder
On Stranger Tides?
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
MiAaPQ
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Chadwick, Mark
Dewey number
345.0264
LC call number
KZ7212 .C433 2019
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Queen Mary Studies in International Law Ser
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  • International law
  • Piracy
  • Universal jurisdiction
Label
Piracy and the Origins of Universal Jurisdiction : On Stranger Tides?
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro -- Piracy and the Origins of Universal Jurisdiction: On Stranger Tides? -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- 1 Of Pirates and Nazis: Introducing the "Piracy Analogy -- 1.1 Defining Key Terms -- 1.2 Understanding the "Piracy Analogy": Core Themes and Questions -- 1.2.1 Beyond Piracy: the Emergence and Growth of "New" Universal Jurisdiction -- 1.2.2 Questioning Universal Jurisdiction -- 1.2.3 The Continued Relevance of the "Piracy Analogy -- 1.3 Scope, Methodology, and Structure -- 1.4 On Stranger Tides -- 2 Crime of the Ancient Mariner: Legal and Political Perspectives on Piracy in Antiquity -- 2.1 Roman Hegemony and the Downfall of "Piracy -- 2.1.1 Heroes and Antagonists: Early Histories of "Piracy -- 2.1.2 The Rise of Commerce -- 2.1.3 The Ascendance of Territory -- 2.1.4 Law on Piracy -- 2.1.5 War on Piracy -- 2.2 The "Ciceronian Paradigm" of Piracy -- 2.3 Roman Legacies: -- Conclusions from the Original Annihilation of Piracy -- 2.3.1 History's Battle Lines -- 2.3.2 A Roman Conception of Universal Jurisdiction? -- 3 Dimensions of Piracy: States, Privateers and Hostes Humani Generis -- 3.1 Authorised Plunder: Deconstructing the "Privateer -- 3.2 Beyond the State: Defining and Responding to Piracy -- 3.2.1 Pirate Politics and Society -- 3.2.2 Responding to Piracy: Law beyond Territory -- 3.2.3 Lord Coke and "Hostes Humani Generis -- 3.3 Conclusion -- 4 The Philosophical Foundations of Universal Jurisdiction: Piracy in the Works of Alberico Gentili and Hugo Grotius -- 4.1 Defining the Pirate -- 4.1.1 The Pirate and the State in Gentili's De Jure Belli Libri Tres -- 4.1.2 Piracy, Commerce and the Free Sea in Grotius' De Jure Praedae -- 4.1.3 "Confederated only to do Mischief": The Pirate in Grotius' De Jure Belli ac Pacis -- 4.2 Responding to Piracy -- 4.2.1 "The Common Enemies of all Mankind": Implementing the "Gentili Divide
  • 4.2.2 Hugo Grotius and the Philosophical Underpinnings of Universal Jurisdiction -- 4.3 Conclusion -- 5 The Ballad of Captain Kidd: the Fall of Piracy and Rise of Universal Jurisdiction (1625-1856) -- 5.1 Piracy "beyond the Line": the Age of the Buccaneers (1625-1690) -- 5.2 Captain Kidd and the Anti-piracy "Revolution" of the 1690s -- 5.3 The "Golden Age" of Piracy (1700-1730) -- 5.4 Defeating Piracy: the Legacy of Captain Kidd (1730-1855) -- 5.5 The Demise of Privateering -- 5.6 Conclusion -- 6 Rationalising Universal Jurisdiction: the Provenance of the "Piracy Analogy -- 6.1 Piracy as a "Heinous" Offence -- 6.1.1 Libertas Commerciorum: Universal Jurisdiction, Piracy and the Commercial Imperative -- 6.1.2 Piracy's Indiscriminate Effect -- 6.1.3 "Beyond all Borders -- 6.1.4 Consensus -- 6.2 Against "Heinousness -- 6.2.1 "Reverse Heinousness -- 6.2.2 Forum Conveniens -- 6.3 Conclusion -- 7 Uncertain Waters: Combating Piracy in the 21st Century -- 7.1 The Modern Legal Framework -- 7.1.1 Defining Piracy -- 7.1.2 Universal Jurisdiction -- 7.1.3 Duty to Cooperate -- 7.1.4 Issues Arising -- 7.2 "Universalising" Universal Jurisdiction over Piracy -- 7.3 Conclusion -- 8 Ancient Promise or False Hope?: the Legacy of the Piracy Analogy -- 8.1 Ancient Promise? The Piracy Analogy and "New" Universal Jurisdiction -- 8.2 False Hope? The Limitations of Universal Jurisdiction -- 8.2.1 The Shape of "New" Universal Jurisdiction: the Position in International Law -- 8.2.2 W(h)ither Universal Jurisdiction? Recognising and Overcoming Issues -- 8.3 Conclusion -- 9 On Stranger Tides: Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC5634128
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (290 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004390461
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC5634128
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL5634128
  • (OCoLC)1083466558
Label
Piracy and the Origins of Universal Jurisdiction : On Stranger Tides?
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro -- Piracy and the Origins of Universal Jurisdiction: On Stranger Tides? -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- 1 Of Pirates and Nazis: Introducing the "Piracy Analogy -- 1.1 Defining Key Terms -- 1.2 Understanding the "Piracy Analogy": Core Themes and Questions -- 1.2.1 Beyond Piracy: the Emergence and Growth of "New" Universal Jurisdiction -- 1.2.2 Questioning Universal Jurisdiction -- 1.2.3 The Continued Relevance of the "Piracy Analogy -- 1.3 Scope, Methodology, and Structure -- 1.4 On Stranger Tides -- 2 Crime of the Ancient Mariner: Legal and Political Perspectives on Piracy in Antiquity -- 2.1 Roman Hegemony and the Downfall of "Piracy -- 2.1.1 Heroes and Antagonists: Early Histories of "Piracy -- 2.1.2 The Rise of Commerce -- 2.1.3 The Ascendance of Territory -- 2.1.4 Law on Piracy -- 2.1.5 War on Piracy -- 2.2 The "Ciceronian Paradigm" of Piracy -- 2.3 Roman Legacies: -- Conclusions from the Original Annihilation of Piracy -- 2.3.1 History's Battle Lines -- 2.3.2 A Roman Conception of Universal Jurisdiction? -- 3 Dimensions of Piracy: States, Privateers and Hostes Humani Generis -- 3.1 Authorised Plunder: Deconstructing the "Privateer -- 3.2 Beyond the State: Defining and Responding to Piracy -- 3.2.1 Pirate Politics and Society -- 3.2.2 Responding to Piracy: Law beyond Territory -- 3.2.3 Lord Coke and "Hostes Humani Generis -- 3.3 Conclusion -- 4 The Philosophical Foundations of Universal Jurisdiction: Piracy in the Works of Alberico Gentili and Hugo Grotius -- 4.1 Defining the Pirate -- 4.1.1 The Pirate and the State in Gentili's De Jure Belli Libri Tres -- 4.1.2 Piracy, Commerce and the Free Sea in Grotius' De Jure Praedae -- 4.1.3 "Confederated only to do Mischief": The Pirate in Grotius' De Jure Belli ac Pacis -- 4.2 Responding to Piracy -- 4.2.1 "The Common Enemies of all Mankind": Implementing the "Gentili Divide
  • 4.2.2 Hugo Grotius and the Philosophical Underpinnings of Universal Jurisdiction -- 4.3 Conclusion -- 5 The Ballad of Captain Kidd: the Fall of Piracy and Rise of Universal Jurisdiction (1625-1856) -- 5.1 Piracy "beyond the Line": the Age of the Buccaneers (1625-1690) -- 5.2 Captain Kidd and the Anti-piracy "Revolution" of the 1690s -- 5.3 The "Golden Age" of Piracy (1700-1730) -- 5.4 Defeating Piracy: the Legacy of Captain Kidd (1730-1855) -- 5.5 The Demise of Privateering -- 5.6 Conclusion -- 6 Rationalising Universal Jurisdiction: the Provenance of the "Piracy Analogy -- 6.1 Piracy as a "Heinous" Offence -- 6.1.1 Libertas Commerciorum: Universal Jurisdiction, Piracy and the Commercial Imperative -- 6.1.2 Piracy's Indiscriminate Effect -- 6.1.3 "Beyond all Borders -- 6.1.4 Consensus -- 6.2 Against "Heinousness -- 6.2.1 "Reverse Heinousness -- 6.2.2 Forum Conveniens -- 6.3 Conclusion -- 7 Uncertain Waters: Combating Piracy in the 21st Century -- 7.1 The Modern Legal Framework -- 7.1.1 Defining Piracy -- 7.1.2 Universal Jurisdiction -- 7.1.3 Duty to Cooperate -- 7.1.4 Issues Arising -- 7.2 "Universalising" Universal Jurisdiction over Piracy -- 7.3 Conclusion -- 8 Ancient Promise or False Hope?: the Legacy of the Piracy Analogy -- 8.1 Ancient Promise? The Piracy Analogy and "New" Universal Jurisdiction -- 8.2 False Hope? The Limitations of Universal Jurisdiction -- 8.2.1 The Shape of "New" Universal Jurisdiction: the Position in International Law -- 8.2.2 W(h)ither Universal Jurisdiction? Recognising and Overcoming Issues -- 8.3 Conclusion -- 9 On Stranger Tides: Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC5634128
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (290 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004390461
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC5634128
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL5634128
  • (OCoLC)1083466558

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