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Grotius Resurgens⊕

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The doctrine of international law, while proclaiming Grotius to be its Founding Father, has deviated on some important issues from the latter's teachings. However, the development of international law itself may force writers on international law to renew acquaintance with Grotius' own conceptions. This article tries to illustrate these conclusions by giving some examples.

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1980-01-01
2015-05-25

Affiliations: 1: Ancien juge à la Cour permanente de Justice internationale

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