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12-13 Grotiana (n.s.) 3 (1991-1992)

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We are happy that we finally can present this volume of Grotiana. This volume
covers two years (1991, 1992).
Three articles concern the perennial problem of war and peace. Fuks-Mansfeld
deals with this topic as treated in biblical and post-biblical Judaism, while Van
den Hout discusses the role of natural law in Hittite documents concerning war
and peace. Coomans and Grunfeld address the question whether international
organizations such as UN and NATO that focus on collective defense have
become outdated since the end of the Cold War.
Wiersma writes on the influence Grotius had on the famous German theologian
Finally Ziegler discusses the import of antiquity into the international law of
Unfortunately this volume does not contain the usual bibliography. The next
volume surely will make up for this shortcoming.
Dr. E. Rabbie (Constantijn Huygens Instituut, Grotius Department, P.O. Box
90754, 2509 LT The Hague) has succeeded dr. B.P. Vermeulen as Executive
As always, the editors express their gratitude to the Netherlands Organization
of Research (N.W.O.) for their grant which enabled us to publish this volume.

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