Routledge studies in modern history ; Volume 23.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Justifying international action : international law, the Hague and diplomacy before 1914 / William Mulligan 2. Peace through law : the Hague peace conferences and the rise of the ius contra bellum / Randall Lesaffer 3. Muddied waters : the influence of the first Hague conference on the evolution of the Geneva conventions of 1864 and 1906 / Neville Wylie 4. Reconsidering disarmament at the Hague peace conference of 1899, and after / Andrew Webster 5. More than just a taboo : the legacy of the chemical warfare prohibitions of the 1899 and 1907 Hague conferences / M. Girard Dorsey 6. Sub silentio : the sexual assault of women in international law / Sarah Gendron 7. The duel of honour and the origins of the rules for arms, warfare and arbitration in the Hague conferences / Robert A. Nye 8. Writing for peace : reconsidering the British public peace petitioning movement's historical legacies after 1898 / Annalise R. Higgins 9. The Hague as a framework for British and American newspapers' public presentations of the First World War / Thomas Munro 10. Norway's legalistic approach to peace in the aftermath of the first world war / Marta Stachurska-Kounta 11. Against the Hague conventions : promoting new rules for neutrality in the cold war / Wolfgang Mueller 12. The neutrals and Spanish neutrality : a legal approach to international peace in constitutional texts / Yolanda Gamarra.