Saturday, June 27, 2020

New Issue: Jus Gentium: Journal of International Legal History

The latest issue of Jus Gentium: Journal of International Legal History (Vol. 5, no. 1, 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • David K. C. Huang & Nigel N. T. Li, Bu-Fu-Zhou: A Lesson from Ancient China: Degeneration of the Institution of Zhou from Constitution to International Law and on to Anarchy
    • Sean Morris, The Private Foundations of International Law: Intellectual Property Rights and Pashukanis
    • O. V. Kresin, Ukrainian Statehood in the Mid-Seventeenth to Early Eighteenth Centuries in Treaties with Foreign States: Principal Legal Models (Part One)
    • V. S. Ivanenko, Aleksandr Pilenko: International Law and Invention Law in Russia
  • Notes and Comments
    • Mohsen Nikbin, On the Origins of the Earliest Lecture on International Law In Persia
  • Documents and Other Evidence of State Practice
    • William E. Butler, Thomas Baty: Legal Adviser to the Government of Japan
    • Thomas Baty, Enemy Allegiance, Domicile, and “House of Trade”
    • Peter Macalister-Smith & Joachim Schwietzke, A Brief Calendar of State Practice for Shandong: 1897-1924: Part One (1897-1904): Open Door to China