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Bibliography Peter Haggenmacher / Bibliographie Peter Haggenmacher

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This bibliography presents a list of selected books, articles, book reviews and forewords, and translations relevant to the discussion of the international law. The book The Roots of International Law: Liber Amicorum Peter Haggenmacher highlights the multifaceted history of international law, analyses the origins and foundations of the international legal order, focuses on Hugo Grotius to explain capitalism, questions the positivist tradition initiated by Vattel, and inquiries into the practice of the Law of Nations, including its main patterns and changing evolution as well as the role of non-western traditions and the impact of colonization through multi-civilizational international law.

Keywords: capitalism; Hugo Grotius; international law; international legal order; Law of Nations; positivist tradition; Vattel



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