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Christopher A. Casey, 2020. Nationals Abroad: Globalization, Individual Rights, and the Making of Modern International Law

In: Diplomatica
Author: Filip Batselé1
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  • 1 Faculty of Law and Criminology, Institute for Legal History, Ghent University, Ghent, , Belgium, Filip.batsele@ugent.be
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When was international law “made,” and what are its origins? The question has interested scholars for ages. If the importance of the once ubiquitous Peace of Westphalia has now largely been relegated, the 19th century has become an important focal point to craft stories about the making of international law. This is also the starting point of Christopher Casey’s monograph, which explores the legal effects of the tension created by growing mobility of people starting from the 1850s on the one hand, and the immobility of states and their territory on the other hand. The book traces how this conflict

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