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Peace Treaties and International Law in European History : From the Late Middle Ages to World War One - Randall Lesaffer

Peace Treaties and International Law in European History

From the Late Middle Ages to World War One

By: Randall Lesaffer (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1st August 2004
ISBN: 9780521827249
Number Of Pages: 504

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In the formation of the modern law of nations, peace treaties played a pivotal role. Many basic principles and rules that governed and still govern the relations between states were introduced and elaborated in the great peace treaties from the Renaissance onwards. Nevertheless, until recently few scholars have studied these primary sources of the law of nations from a juridical perspective. In this edited collection, specialists from all over Europe analyse peace treaty practice from the late fifteenth century to the Peace of Versailles of 1919. An important place is given to the doctrinal debate about peace treaties and the influence of older, Roman and medieval, concepts on modern practices. This book goes back further in time beyond the epochal Peace Treaties of Westphalia of 1648, and this broader perspective allows for a reassessment of the role of the sovereign state in the modern international legal order.

List of contributors
Acknowledgements
Table of treaties
List of abbreviations
Introduction
Peace Treaties and International Law from Lodi to Versailles (1454-1920)
Peace treaties from Lodi to Westphalia Randall Lesaffer
Peace treaties from Westphalia to the Revolutionary Era Heinz Duchhardt
Peace treaties from Paris to Versailles Heinhard Steiger
Thinking Peace: Voices from the Past
Vestigia pacis. The Roman peace treaty: structure or event? Christian Baldus
The influence of medieval Roman law on peace treaties Karl-Heinz Ziegler
The kiss of peace Hanna Vollrath
Martinus Garatus Laudensis on treaties Alain Wijffels
The importance of medieval canon law and the scholastic tradition for the emergence of the early modern international legal order Dominique Bauer
The Peace Treaties of Westphalia as an instance of the reception of Roman law Laurens Winkel
Thinking Peace: Towards a Better Future
Peace treaties, bonne foi and European civility in the Enlightenment Marc BĂ©lissa
Peace, security and international organisations: the German international lawyers and the Hague conferences Ingo Hueck
Consent and caution: Lassa Oppenheim and his reaction to World War I Mathias Schmoeckel
Talking peace: social science, peace negotiations and the structures of politics Andreas Osiander
Making Peace: Aspects of Treaty Practice
The ius foederis re-examined: the Peace of Westphalia and the constitution of the Holy Roman Empire Ronald G. Asch
The peace treaties of the Ottoman Empire with European Christian powers Karl-Heinz Ziegler
Peace and prosperity: commercial aspects of peacemaking Stephen Neff
The 1871 Peace Treaty between France and Germany and the 1919 Peace Treaty of Versailles Christian Tomuschat
Conclusion
Conclusion Randall Lesaffer
APPENDIX
Index
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ISBN: 9780521827249
ISBN-10: 0521827248
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 504
Published: 1st August 2004
Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 16.0  x 3.58
Weight (kg): 0.97

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