Whiggish International Law

Publisher : Legal History Library / Studie

ISBN-13 : 9789004389182

Page : 272 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 182 voters

Christopher Rossi's Whiggish International Law refreshes English School and Cambridge contextualist concerns for historical abridgment as jurists and scholars revive complexities and discussions of international law's turbulent history in the Americas.

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