Stephen C. Neff

Justice among Nations

A History of International Law

Harvard University Press 2014

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Stephen C. Neff‘s Justice Among Nations: A History of International Law (Harvard UP, 2014) is a book of breathtaking scope, telling the story of the development of...

Stephen C. Neff‘s Justice Among Nations: A History of International Law (Harvard UP, 2014) is a book of breathtaking scope, telling the story of the development of international law from Ancient times to the present. It moves across many different cultures and parts of the world, with the express ambition of being a comprehensive intellectual history of international law. It moves among names that any student of international law will recognize, but also surveys unfamiliar sources and recovers their importance. Neff’s prose is both accessible and elegant. This book will surely become an enormously important resource for scholars and students interested in the field.

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