DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AFTER THE WORLD WAR.
Item #: 3428
Published: Union; Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.; 2003.
Subjects: INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, INTERNATIONAL LAW
Reprint of the first English edition published in 1923 underthe auspices of the Carnegie Endowment for InternationalPeace. With an introduction by James Brown Scott. Thisimportant study was written during the First World War, andit was one of the first to propose a league of nations.Nippold argues that the First World War created a need fora radical reinterpretation of the law of war. Modern warcannot be given the character of a legal institutionbecause it is really a negation of law. War is not anelement of international law, he concludes; it is self-helpon the part of the aggressor nation. Fenwick, InternationalLaw (3rd edition) xxv-I cited in Marke, A Catalogue of theLaw Collection at New York University (1953) 576.Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
Please contact our Sales & Marketing department directly for purchasing information.