JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
Vols. 1-11. Leiden, 1999-2009. Reprint.
Set price $ 1,700
- The object of the JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW / REVUE D'HISTOIRE DU DROIT INTERNATIONAL is to contribute to the effort to make intelligible the international legal past, however varied and eccentric it may be, to stimulate interest in the whys, the whats and wheres of international legal development, without projecting present relationships upon the past, and to promote the application of a sense of proportion to the study of current international legal problems. The aim of the Journal is to open fields of inquiry, to enable new questions to be asked, to be awake to and always aware of the plurality of human civilizations and cultures, past and present, and to maintain an appreciation of patterns of cultural flow and interaction that centrally affect international law and its development.
Sole agent for Japan: Maruzen-Yushodo Co. Ltd., Tokyo
PSC Reprint and Publisher's Backstock. Available from:
Periodicals Service Company
351 Fairview Avenue, Suite 300
Hudson, NY 12534
Tel. + 1 518 822 9300
Fax. + 1 518 822 9305
Published by Brill
Brill hold journals from 2010. We hold all older back volumes and can supply high quality reprints for most volumes that were previously out-of-print.