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The Epochs of International Law :

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The Epochs of International Law :
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The Epochs of International Law :
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Grewe, Wilhelm G. {u01C2}q (Wilhelm Georg), {u01C2}d 1911-2000
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341/.09
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KZ1242 -- .G7413 2000eb
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  • International law -- History
  • Law
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The Epochs of International Law :
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Contents
  • Preface -- Translater's Note -- Preface to the Second Edition -- Preface to the First Edition -- Introduction -- I. The Periodisation of the History of International Law -- II. The Origins of the Law of Nations -- III. International Legal Orders of the Modern State System -- PART ONE. Ius gentium. The Structure of the Law of the Nations during the Middle Ages -- Chapter One. Unity and Subdivision of the Occident under the Dyarchy of Emperor and Pope -- I. The Structure of Political Forces -- II. The »Middle Ages± and the Stages of Their Legal Development -- III. The Unity of Church and Empire and the Two Ministeria -- IV. Political and Territorial Subdivision -- Chapter Two. The Foundation of the International Legal Community: The Occidental Christian Community -- Chapter Three. The Subjects of the International Legal Community: The Polities of the Feudal Age -- I. Feudalism -- II. Personalisation and Territorial Allegiance -- III. »Openness± -- IV. Feuds and the Right of Resistance -- Chapter Four. Admission to the Family of Nations: Approbation and Recognition -- Chapter Five. Law-Making: Natural Law and Treaty Practice -- I. The Law of Nations in the Hierarchy of the Scholastic System of Natural Law -- II. The Practice of Law-Making: Treaty Law and Customary Law -- Chapter Six. The Judiciary: The Development and Structure of Medieval Arbitration -- Chapter Seven. Law Enforcement: The Idea and Reality of the »Just War± -- I. War and Feud -- II. The Teaching of the Church -- III. The Real Face of War -- IV. The »Treuga Dei± -- V. The Roman Tradition -- Chapter Eight. The Legal Forms of Territorial Settlement: Adjudication and Occupation -- Chapter Nine. Law and Dominion of the Sea: Claims by the Coastal States -- PART TWO. Ius inter gentes. The Law of Nations in the Spanish Age 1494-1648
  • Chapter One. The Predominance of Spain in the State System -- Chapter Two. The Foundation of the International Legal Community: The Laws of the European Family of Christian Nations -- I. Christianitas afficta: Christendom in the Age of the Confessional Schism -- II. The Closed System of the European Balance of Power: »No Peace Beyond the Line± -- Chapter Three. The Subjects of the International Legal Community: The Early Modern States -- I. The Formation of Modern States in Europe -- II. The Shape of the Early Modern State in the Age of Emerging Absolutism -- III. Religious Intervention -- Chapter Four. Admission to the International Law Community: The Recognition of the Independence of the Netherlands -- Chapter Five. Law-Making: Ius naturae and ius voluntarium -- I. The Law of Nations in the Natural Law System of the Spanish Late Scholastics and of Grotius -- II. The Practice of Law-Making: Sovereigns as Treaty Partners -- Chapter Six. The Judicial Settlement of International Disputes: The Decline of Arbitration -- Chapter Seven. Law Enforcement: The Genesis of the Classical Law of War -- I. »Special Reprisals± -- II. Changes in the Just War Doctrine -- Chapter Eight. The Institutions of the Law of Nations for the Formation of a Territorial Order in the Age of Discoveries -- I. The Legal Titles of Overseas Expansion -- II. The Papal Investiture and the »Raya± of Tordesillas -- III. Discovery as a Title for the Acquisition of Colonial Territories -- Chapter Nine. Law and Dominion of the Sea: Mare clausum vs. mare liberum -- PART THREE. Droit Public de l'Europe. The International Legal Order during the French Age 1648-1815 -- Chapter One. The Age of French Predominance in the State System -- Chapter Two. The Foundations of the International Legal Community: European Balance of Power, Dynastic Solidarity, Colonial Expansion
  • I. Christendom and Europe in the Age of Tolerance -- II. The »Wider± System of the European Balance of Power -- Chapter Three. The Subjects of the International Legal Community: Closed Territorial States -- I. The Modern State in the Age of Mature Absolutism -- II. The Emergence of Modern State Borders -- III. Political Intervention in the Name of »Balance of Power± and »Convenience± -- Chapter Four. Admission to the Family of Nations: The Recognition of the Independence of the United States -- Chapter Five. The Formation of Legal Rules: Law of Nature and raison d'etat -- I. The Law of Nations in the Natural Law System of Rationalism -- II. The Practice of Concluding Treaties in a World Ruled by raison d'etat -- Chapter Six. Judicature: The Nadir of International Arbitration -- Chapter Seven. Law Enforcement: Cabinat Wars and Contractual Neutrality -- I. »General Reprisals± -- II. The Classical Concept of War and the Beginnings of a Law of Neutrality -- Chapter Eight. The Laws of Territorial Settlement: Symbolic and Effective Occupation -- Chapter Nine. Law and Dominion of the Sea: Neutral Rights in Wartime as »liberté des mers± -- I. The Demise of the Sovereignty of the Sea and the Changed Meaning of the Sea Ceremonial -- II. »Liberté de la navigation et du commerce± -- III. Colonial Blockade: The »Rule of the War of 1756± and the »Doctrine of Continuous Voyage± -- IV. »Freedom of the Seas± as the Freedom of Neutral Trade in War -- Chapter Ten. The French Revolution: Postulates and Ideological Programmes Relating to the Law of Nations -- I. The Traditional Order of the Law of Nations Shaken -- II. Nation and Sovereignity as Central Concepts of the Revolutionary Law of Nations -- III. Non-intervention and Collective Security as Principles, Intervention and Aggressive War as Practice
  • IV. The Right of Self-Determination as a Consequence of the Sovereignty of the People -- V. »War Against War±: The Adversary as a Criminal -- PART FOUR. »International Law±. The International Legal Order of the British Age 1815-1919 -- Chapter One. British Predominance in the State System -- I. Britain and Europe in the Nineteenth Century -- II. The Holy Alliance and the Concert of Europe -- III. The Age of Bismarck (1871-1890) -- IV. The Desintegration of the European Order (1890-1919) -- V. The Rise of the Empire -- Chapter Two. The Foundations of the International Legal Community: The Idea of Civilisation and a Universal International Law in a Global State System -- I. The Society of »Civilised Nations± -- II. The World-Wide State System and Global Equilibrium -- III. The Widening of the European Law of Nations to Universal International Law -- IV. The Legal Institutions of the New Colonial Law of Nations -- Chapter Three. The Subjects of International Law: The Breakthrough of the Concept of the Nation-State -- I. Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law -- II. Humanitarian Intervention -- Chapter Four. Admission to the Familiy of Nations: The Independence of the Latin American Republics and the Classical Doctrine of Recognition -- Chapter Five. Law-Making: The Consent of States as a Source of International Law -- I. Positivism in International Law -- II. The Practice of Law-Making: Codification Conferences and Law-Making Treaties -- Chapter Six. Adjucation: The Rebirth of Arbitration -- Chapter Seven. Law Enforcement: The Completion of the Classical Law of War and Neutrality -- I. Peace Time Reprisals and Pacific Blockade -- II. The Right of Sovereign States to Wage War -- III. Continental and British Conceptions of War -- IV. Institutional Neutrality
  • Chapter Eight. The Law of Territorial Settlement: Acquisition of Territory by Effective Occupation -- Chapter Nine. Law and Dominion of the Sea: Freedom of the Seas under British Maritime Dominion -- I. Britain's Role in the Law of Naval Warfare -- II. Piracy: The Fall of the Barbary States -- III. »Quasi-Piracy±: The Fight Against the Slave Trade -- IV. »Quasi-Piracy±: The Naval Forces of Rebels and Unrecognised States -- PART FIVE. International Law and the League of Nations. The International Legal Order of the Inter-War Period 1919-1944 -- Chapter One. The Transition Period of the Anglo-American Condominium -- Chapter Two. The Foundations of the International Legal Community: A Global Community Dominated by the West -- I. The Post-Classical System of International Law -- II. Mankind as a World-Wide Legal Community -- III. The League of Nations and the Kellogg-Briand Pact as Instruments of the Anglo-American Comdominium -- Chapter Three. The Subjects of International Law: The Modern State in the Age of Mass Democracy -- I. The State as a Self-Organised Society -- II. Collective and »Cold± Intervention -- Chapter Four. Admission to the International Legal Community: The Stimson Doctrine of Non-Recognition -- Chapter Five. The Formation of Legal Rules: The Turn Away from Positivism -- A Frenzy of Law-Making -- I. A Return to a Secular Law of Nature -- II. The Practice of Law-Making: Euphoria in Codification -- Differentiation among Types and the Registration of Treaties -- Chapter Six. The Administration of Justice: Compulsory Arbitration and the Permanent Court of International Justice -- I. The Paralysis of Arbitration through Political Crises -- II. The Authority and Deficiencies of the Permanent Court of International Justice -- III. The Failure of the System of War Prevention -- Chapter Seven. Law Enforcement: The Outlawry of War, and Sanctions
  • I. The Prohibition of War by the Covenant of the League of Nations and the Kellogg-Briand Pact
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UMKCLawddaEBC3042816
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unknown
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1 online resource (802 pages)
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online
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9783110902907
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UMKC Law: DDA record.
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  • (MiAaPQ)EBC3042816
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  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10754985
  • (OCoLC)922945802
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The Epochs of International Law :
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
  • Preface -- Translater's Note -- Preface to the Second Edition -- Preface to the First Edition -- Introduction -- I. The Periodisation of the History of International Law -- II. The Origins of the Law of Nations -- III. International Legal Orders of the Modern State System -- PART ONE. Ius gentium. The Structure of the Law of the Nations during the Middle Ages -- Chapter One. Unity and Subdivision of the Occident under the Dyarchy of Emperor and Pope -- I. The Structure of Political Forces -- II. The »Middle Ages± and the Stages of Their Legal Development -- III. The Unity of Church and Empire and the Two Ministeria -- IV. Political and Territorial Subdivision -- Chapter Two. The Foundation of the International Legal Community: The Occidental Christian Community -- Chapter Three. The Subjects of the International Legal Community: The Polities of the Feudal Age -- I. Feudalism -- II. Personalisation and Territorial Allegiance -- III. »Openness± -- IV. Feuds and the Right of Resistance -- Chapter Four. Admission to the Family of Nations: Approbation and Recognition -- Chapter Five. Law-Making: Natural Law and Treaty Practice -- I. The Law of Nations in the Hierarchy of the Scholastic System of Natural Law -- II. The Practice of Law-Making: Treaty Law and Customary Law -- Chapter Six. The Judiciary: The Development and Structure of Medieval Arbitration -- Chapter Seven. Law Enforcement: The Idea and Reality of the »Just War± -- I. War and Feud -- II. The Teaching of the Church -- III. The Real Face of War -- IV. The »Treuga Dei± -- V. The Roman Tradition -- Chapter Eight. The Legal Forms of Territorial Settlement: Adjudication and Occupation -- Chapter Nine. Law and Dominion of the Sea: Claims by the Coastal States -- PART TWO. Ius inter gentes. The Law of Nations in the Spanish Age 1494-1648
  • Chapter One. The Predominance of Spain in the State System -- Chapter Two. The Foundation of the International Legal Community: The Laws of the European Family of Christian Nations -- I. Christianitas afficta: Christendom in the Age of the Confessional Schism -- II. The Closed System of the European Balance of Power: »No Peace Beyond the Line± -- Chapter Three. The Subjects of the International Legal Community: The Early Modern States -- I. The Formation of Modern States in Europe -- II. The Shape of the Early Modern State in the Age of Emerging Absolutism -- III. Religious Intervention -- Chapter Four. Admission to the International Law Community: The Recognition of the Independence of the Netherlands -- Chapter Five. Law-Making: Ius naturae and ius voluntarium -- I. The Law of Nations in the Natural Law System of the Spanish Late Scholastics and of Grotius -- II. The Practice of Law-Making: Sovereigns as Treaty Partners -- Chapter Six. The Judicial Settlement of International Disputes: The Decline of Arbitration -- Chapter Seven. Law Enforcement: The Genesis of the Classical Law of War -- I. »Special Reprisals± -- II. Changes in the Just War Doctrine -- Chapter Eight. The Institutions of the Law of Nations for the Formation of a Territorial Order in the Age of Discoveries -- I. The Legal Titles of Overseas Expansion -- II. The Papal Investiture and the »Raya± of Tordesillas -- III. Discovery as a Title for the Acquisition of Colonial Territories -- Chapter Nine. Law and Dominion of the Sea: Mare clausum vs. mare liberum -- PART THREE. Droit Public de l'Europe. The International Legal Order during the French Age 1648-1815 -- Chapter One. The Age of French Predominance in the State System -- Chapter Two. The Foundations of the International Legal Community: European Balance of Power, Dynastic Solidarity, Colonial Expansion
  • I. Christendom and Europe in the Age of Tolerance -- II. The »Wider± System of the European Balance of Power -- Chapter Three. The Subjects of the International Legal Community: Closed Territorial States -- I. The Modern State in the Age of Mature Absolutism -- II. The Emergence of Modern State Borders -- III. Political Intervention in the Name of »Balance of Power± and »Convenience± -- Chapter Four. Admission to the Family of Nations: The Recognition of the Independence of the United States -- Chapter Five. The Formation of Legal Rules: Law of Nature and raison d'etat -- I. The Law of Nations in the Natural Law System of Rationalism -- II. The Practice of Concluding Treaties in a World Ruled by raison d'etat -- Chapter Six. Judicature: The Nadir of International Arbitration -- Chapter Seven. Law Enforcement: Cabinat Wars and Contractual Neutrality -- I. »General Reprisals± -- II. The Classical Concept of War and the Beginnings of a Law of Neutrality -- Chapter Eight. The Laws of Territorial Settlement: Symbolic and Effective Occupation -- Chapter Nine. Law and Dominion of the Sea: Neutral Rights in Wartime as »liberté des mers± -- I. The Demise of the Sovereignty of the Sea and the Changed Meaning of the Sea Ceremonial -- II. »Liberté de la navigation et du commerce± -- III. Colonial Blockade: The »Rule of the War of 1756± and the »Doctrine of Continuous Voyage± -- IV. »Freedom of the Seas± as the Freedom of Neutral Trade in War -- Chapter Ten. The French Revolution: Postulates and Ideological Programmes Relating to the Law of Nations -- I. The Traditional Order of the Law of Nations Shaken -- II. Nation and Sovereignity as Central Concepts of the Revolutionary Law of Nations -- III. Non-intervention and Collective Security as Principles, Intervention and Aggressive War as Practice
  • IV. The Right of Self-Determination as a Consequence of the Sovereignty of the People -- V. »War Against War±: The Adversary as a Criminal -- PART FOUR. »International Law±. The International Legal Order of the British Age 1815-1919 -- Chapter One. British Predominance in the State System -- I. Britain and Europe in the Nineteenth Century -- II. The Holy Alliance and the Concert of Europe -- III. The Age of Bismarck (1871-1890) -- IV. The Desintegration of the European Order (1890-1919) -- V. The Rise of the Empire -- Chapter Two. The Foundations of the International Legal Community: The Idea of Civilisation and a Universal International Law in a Global State System -- I. The Society of »Civilised Nations± -- II. The World-Wide State System and Global Equilibrium -- III. The Widening of the European Law of Nations to Universal International Law -- IV. The Legal Institutions of the New Colonial Law of Nations -- Chapter Three. The Subjects of International Law: The Breakthrough of the Concept of the Nation-State -- I. Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law -- II. Humanitarian Intervention -- Chapter Four. Admission to the Familiy of Nations: The Independence of the Latin American Republics and the Classical Doctrine of Recognition -- Chapter Five. Law-Making: The Consent of States as a Source of International Law -- I. Positivism in International Law -- II. The Practice of Law-Making: Codification Conferences and Law-Making Treaties -- Chapter Six. Adjucation: The Rebirth of Arbitration -- Chapter Seven. Law Enforcement: The Completion of the Classical Law of War and Neutrality -- I. Peace Time Reprisals and Pacific Blockade -- II. The Right of Sovereign States to Wage War -- III. Continental and British Conceptions of War -- IV. Institutional Neutrality
  • Chapter Eight. The Law of Territorial Settlement: Acquisition of Territory by Effective Occupation -- Chapter Nine. Law and Dominion of the Sea: Freedom of the Seas under British Maritime Dominion -- I. Britain's Role in the Law of Naval Warfare -- II. Piracy: The Fall of the Barbary States -- III. »Quasi-Piracy±: The Fight Against the Slave Trade -- IV. »Quasi-Piracy±: The Naval Forces of Rebels and Unrecognised States -- PART FIVE. International Law and the League of Nations. The International Legal Order of the Inter-War Period 1919-1944 -- Chapter One. The Transition Period of the Anglo-American Condominium -- Chapter Two. The Foundations of the International Legal Community: A Global Community Dominated by the West -- I. The Post-Classical System of International Law -- II. Mankind as a World-Wide Legal Community -- III. The League of Nations and the Kellogg-Briand Pact as Instruments of the Anglo-American Comdominium -- Chapter Three. The Subjects of International Law: The Modern State in the Age of Mass Democracy -- I. The State as a Self-Organised Society -- II. Collective and »Cold± Intervention -- Chapter Four. Admission to the International Legal Community: The Stimson Doctrine of Non-Recognition -- Chapter Five. The Formation of Legal Rules: The Turn Away from Positivism -- A Frenzy of Law-Making -- I. A Return to a Secular Law of Nature -- II. The Practice of Law-Making: Euphoria in Codification -- Differentiation among Types and the Registration of Treaties -- Chapter Six. The Administration of Justice: Compulsory Arbitration and the Permanent Court of International Justice -- I. The Paralysis of Arbitration through Political Crises -- II. The Authority and Deficiencies of the Permanent Court of International Justice -- III. The Failure of the System of War Prevention -- Chapter Seven. Law Enforcement: The Outlawry of War, and Sanctions
  • I. The Prohibition of War by the Covenant of the League of Nations and the Kellogg-Briand Pact
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC3042816
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (802 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783110902907
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)EBC3042816
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL3042816
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10754985
  • (OCoLC)922945802

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