International Law: Volume 2, The Law of Peace, Part 1, International Law in General: Being The Collected Papers of Hersch Lauterpacht by E. LauterpachtInternational Law: Volume 2, The Law of Peace, Part 1, International Law in General: Being The Collected Papers of Hersch Lauterpacht by E. Lauterpacht

International Law: Volume 2, The Law of Peace, Part 1, International Law in General: Being The…

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The first volume of the collected papers of Sir Hersch Lauterpacht contained three general works. The second volume begins a systematic coverage of the rest of his work presented roughly in accordance with a plan Lauterpacht himself drew up for a possible textbook. The book contains papers falling within the introductory section, dealing with International Law in general, though materials later included in separately published works have normally been excluded. Three papers - 'On Realism, Especially in International Relations', 'Professor Carr on International Morality' and 'International Law after the Second World War' - have not been published before and one, The Reality of the Law of Nations', has only had very limited circulation. The whole work continues the carefully organized presentation of the work of a very distinguished international lawyer.
Title:International Law: Volume 2, The Law of Peace, Part 1, International Law in General: Being The…Format:PaperbackDimensions:616 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 1.38 inPublished:April 2, 2009Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

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1. The nature of international law and general jurisprudence; 2. The reality of the Law of Nations; 3. On realism, especially in international relations; 4. Professor Carr on international morality; 5. International law and colonial questions, 1870-1914; 6. International law after the Covenant; 7. International law after the Second World War; 8. Private law sources and analogies of international law; 9. Some observations on the prohibition of 'non liquet' and the completeness of the law; 10. Decisions of municipal courts as a source of international law; 11. Codification and development of international law; 12. The Grotian tradition in international law; 13. Spinoza and international law; 14. Westlake and present day international law; 15. Kelsen's pure science of law; 16. Brierly's contribution to international law; 17. The so-called Anglo-American and Continental schools of thought in international law; 18. The subjects of the Law of Nations; 19. Is international law part of the law of England?