The latest issue of the Journal of the History of International Law (Vol. 17, Issue 1, 2015) has been published. Contents include, among others, the following papers:
- Alexandra Kemmerer, “We do not need to always look to Westphalia . . .” A Conversation with Martti Koskenniemi and Anne Orford,
- Paolo Amorosa, James Brown Scott’s International Adjudication between Tradition and Progress in the United States,
- Shavana Musa, Tides and Tribulations: English Prize Law and the Law of Nations in the Seventeenth Century, and
- Janne E. Nijman, Images of Grotius, or the International Rule of Law beyond Historiographical Oscillation.
View the full table of contents, here.