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Goler T. Butcher Medal Recipients

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This appendix section of the book The American Society of International Law's First Century: 1906-2006 contains Goler T. Butcher medal recipients during the period 1997 - 2006. The purpose of the American Society of International Law is to "foster the study of international law and to promote the establishment and maintenance of international relations on the basis of law and justice". Rick Kirgis's centennial history illustrates how the Society has balanced, in various eras from 1906 to the present, the tricky task of both studying and promoting by talking more or less simultaneously to three separate audiences: government decision makers, a national and later an international community of scholars and, ultimately, a general educated public.

Keywords: American Society of International Law; Goler T. Butcher; Rick Kirgis



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