Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Van Hulle & Lesaffer: International Law in the Long Nineteenth Century (1776-1914)

Inge Van Hulle (Tilburg Univ. - Law) & Randall C.H. Lesaffer (KU Leuven; Tilburg Univ.) have published International Law in the Long Nineteenth Century (1776-1914): From the Public Law of Europe to Global International Law? (Brill | Nijhoff 2019). Contents include:
  • Randall Lesaffer & Inge Van Hulle, Introduction
  • James Crawford, Napoleon 1814–1815: A Small Issue of Status
  • Camilla Boisen, The Law of Nations and the Common Law of Europe: The Case of Edmund Burke
  • Viktorija Jakjimovska, Uneasy Neutrality: Britain and the Greek War of Independence (1821–1832)
  • Andrew Fitzmaurice, Equality of Non-European Nations in International Law
  • Inge Van Hulle, British Humanitarianism, International Law and Human Sacrifice in West Africa
  • Raphael Cahen, The Mahmoud Ben Ayad Case and the Transformation of International Law
  • Stefan Kroll, Public-Private Colonialism: Extraterritoriality in the Shanghai International Settlement
  • Frederik Dhondt, Permanent Neutrality or Permanent Insecurity? Obligation and Self-Interest in the Defence of Belgian Neutrality, 1830–1870
  • Ana Delic, The Role of Comparative Law in the Development of Modern Private International Law (1750–1914)
  • Vincent Genin, The Institute of International Law’s Crisis in the Wake of the Franco-Prussian War (1873–1899)