The Oxford Handbook of the History of International Law (Oxford Handbooks in Law)

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9780199599752: The Oxford Handbook of the History of International Law (Oxford Handbooks in Law)
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Shelley's interlocutor in Ozymandias paints a bleak picture of the fate which has befallen the Pharaoh's statue: 'Nothing beside remains. Round the decay / Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare / The lone and level sands stretch far away ' ... Thanks to interventions such as those organised by Fassbender and Peters in this excellent volume, the historians of international law need not fear such a fate befalling their discipline-indeed, its future has never seemed brighter or more vibrant. ( Cameron A. Miles, The British Yearbook of International Law)

It is a good and informative comprehensive historical introduction to international law. ( Carlo Focarelli, Italian Yearbook of International Law)

By any measure, the book is a substantial achievement, and it will be widely and rewardingly consulted for many years to come. ( Jacob Katz Cogan, University of Cincinnati, American Journal of International Law)

Impressive and timely volume ( Rose Parfitt, Global Law Books)

The volume does a marvelous job of hemming the topic in, but pays a price for its breadth and the erudition of its contributors by leaving the reader ungratefully greedy for further contextualization and (historical) policy detail - sparking this hunger in the reader though is a true vindication of a handbook of this sort. ( Wouter P. F. Schmit Jongbloed, ASIL Cables)

The Oxford Handbook of the History of International Law innovatively and comprehensively provides a timely and ambitious global history of international law from the sixteenth century to the mid-twentieth century. Under the skilled editorship of Bardo Fassbender and Anne Peters, the contributors, experts who themselves come from all parts of the world, present a history that imagines international law as the product of different regions, cultures, actors, and eras. Setting a new agenda for the field, the Handbook will be the indispensable starting point for students and researchers exploring the history of international law. ( ASIL Award Citation)

There is no doubt that The Oxford Handbook of the History of International Law will become what editors and authors intended," the new standard reference work for the global history of international law," provides the reader with a broad spectrum of useful information on a high level which is not easily assembled. ( Karl Heinz Ziegler, German Yearbook of International Law)

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By any measure, the book is a substantial achievement, and it will be widely and rewardingly consulted for many years to come. ( Jacob Katz Cogan, University of Cincinnati, American Journal of International Law)

Impressive and timely volume ( Rose Parfitt, Global Law Books)

The volume does a marvelous job of hemming the topic in, but pays a price for its breadth and the erudition of its contributors by leaving the reader ungratefully greedy for further contextualization and (historical) policy detail - sparking this hunger in the reader though is a true vindication of a handbook of this sort. ( Wouter P. F. Schmit Jongbloed, ASIL Cables)

innovatively and comprehensively provides a timely and ambitious global history of international law from the sixteenth century to the mid-twentieth century. Under the skilled editorship of Bardo Fassbender and Anne Peters, the contributors, experts who themselves come from all parts of the world, present a history that imagines international law as the product of different regions, cultures, actors, and eras. Setting a new agenda for the field, the Handbook will be the indispensable starting point for students and researchers exploring the history of international law. ( ASIL Award Citation)

There is no doubt that ( Karl Heinz Ziegler, German Yearbook of International Law)

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