Monday, March 19, 2018

New Issue: Jus Gentium: Journal of International Legal History

The latest issue of Jus Gentium: Journal of International Legal History (Vol. 3, no. 1, 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • V.G. Butkevych, The International-Legal Ideology of Pre-Slavic Chiefdoms of the Ukrainian Ethnos (Part Four)
    • Mark Somos, Boston in the State of Nature, 1761-1765: The Birth of an American Constitutional Trope
    • Christopher Rossi, The Gulf of Fonseca and International Law: Condominium or Anti-Colonial Imperialism?
    • Amy Kellam, Suzerainty and the 1914 Simla Agreement
    • V. Popovski, Raphael Lemkin: Inventing and Codifying Genocide
  • Notes and Comments
    • M. Mulligan, The Status of Egypt After the 1840 Convention of London
    • V. S. Ivanenko, Private International Law in Russia: The Earliest Work
    • L. Anufrieva, Myths and Facts of the Russian Science of Private International Law: The Legacy of M. I. Brun
    • V.V. Veeder, Looking for Professor B. E. Nolde
  • International Legal Doctrine
    • W.E. Butler, The Abbé Ferdinando Galiani and Neutrality
    • Abbé Galiani, On the Reciprocal Rights of Belligerents and Neutrals