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JOURNAL: Journal of the History of International Law/Revue d'histoire du droit international XVIII (2016), No. 2

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The new issue of the Journal of the History of International Law/Revue d'histoire du droit international has just been published.

Contents:
L’institutionnalisation du droit international comme phénomène transnational (1869–1873). Les réseaux européens de Gustave Rolin-Jaequemyns (Vincent Genin)

Human Rights for and against Empire – Legal and Public Discourses in the Age of Decolonisation (Fabian Klose)

The Waitangi Tribunal in the Context of New Zealand’s Political Culture and Historiography (Richard P. Boast)

Colonial Laws: Sources, Strategies and Lessons? (Martti Koskenniemi)

In the General Interest of Peace? British International Lawyers and the Spanish Civil War (Ignacio de la Rasilla y del Moral)

The Family of Nations as an Element of the Ideology of Colonialism (Harald Kleinschmidt)

Book reviews:
Le droit international et la Chine impériale dans ses dernières années. Textes, événements et politique* , written by Lai Junnan (Mingzhe Zhu)

Sovereignty, Property and Empire, 1500–2000* , written by A. Fitzmaurice (Mieke Van der Linden)

Freedom of the Seas* , written by J.M.G. de Rayneval (Jean Allain)
More information on Brill's Books and Journals Online website.

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PODCAST: Marta Madero on her latest book (France Culture, La Fabrique de l'Histoire, 21 Mar 2016)

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Marta Madero (Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento), whose recent La loi de la chair (Paris: PUPS) had been announced earlier on this blog, presented her work in an interview with Emmanuel Laurentin (La Fabrique de l'Histoire, France Culture).

The broadcast can be heard here.
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