This is a peer-reviewed book series that publishes books on the history of international law in the broadest possible sense, without any restrictions in terms of geography or chronology. The series includes studies on the law governing relations between independent body politics, from whatever denomination or civilization. It does not reduce the field to the study of the antecedents, the emergence and evolution of international law as it was formed from the Late Middle Ages onwards in Western Europe.
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Randall Lesaffer, KU Leuven & Tilburg University
Tony Carty, Tsinghua University
Peter Haggenmacher, Institut de Hautes Études Internationales Genève
Martine Julia van Ittersum, University of Dundee
Emmanuelle Tourme Jouannet, Sciences Po Law School
Lauri Mälksoo, University of Tartu
Anne Peters, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law, Heidelberg
James Q. Whitman, Yale University
Masaharu Yanagihara, Open University of Japan
Studies in the History of International Law aspires at offering a forum for all scholars working on the history of international law regardless of their perspective, from truly historical studies on doctrines and practices of the past to works of theory of international law, heavily relying on historical argument. It publishes works of scholars from several constituencies, primarily international lawyers and legal historians, but also diplomatic historians, international relations specialists, legal philosophers and intellectual historians.