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7 J. Hist. Int'l L. [i] (2005)

handle is hein.journals/jhintl7 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of the History of International Law
Revue d'histoire du droit international
Volume 7, Number 1, 2005
Articles
Brett Bowden
The Colonial Origins of International Law. European Expansion and the
Classical Standard of Civilization                                I
Randall Lesaffer
Paix et guerre dans les grands traitds du dix-huiti~me si~cle    25
Dominique Bauer
Ivo of Chartres, the Gregorian Reform and the Formation of the Just War
Doctrine                                                         43
Said Mahmoudi
The Islamic Perception of the Use of Force in the Contemporary World  55
Christoph A. Stumpf
Christian and Islamic Traditions of Public International Law     69
Henri de Waele
Commemorating Robert Regout (1896-1942). A chapter from the history
of public international law revisited                            81
Annex. Is There Reason to Trust in a Future for International Law?  93
Book reviews/Comptes rendus
Joachim Schwietzke
Carlo Focarelli, Lezioni di Storia del Diritto Internazionale      103
Anatoli Kovler
Olga V. Boutkevitch, Le droit international du monde ancien        107

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