Wednesday, April 12, 2017

New Issue: Jus Gentium: Journal of International Legal History

The latest issue of Jus Gentium: Journal of International Legal History (Vol. 2, no. 1, 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • V. G.Butkevych, The International-Legal Ideology Pre-Slavic Chiefdoms of the Ukrainian Ethnos (Part Two)
    • Douglas Howland, The Limits of International Agreement: Belligerent Rights vs. Submarine Cable Security in the Nineteenth Century
    • Miriam McKenna, The Means to the End and the End of the Means: Self-Determination, Decolonization, and International Law
  • Notes and Comments
    • V. Vasquez, Piracy in the United States Supreme Court: United States v. Palmer
    • J. G. Gorman, III, United States v. Smith: The Influence of Commodore John Daniel Danels
    • B.J. Forgue, The Malek Adhel and Shipowner Liability for Piracy
    • R. L. Armezzani, Worcester v. Georgia and Native American Tribal Sovereignty
    • W. E. Butler & V. S. Ivanenko, On the Russian Society of International Law (1880)
    • Taylor J. Wolf, Samuel Crandall and Treaty-Making in the United States