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Le droit international libéral-providence: une histoire du droit international (Brussel, Bruylant, 2011)

Frederik Dhondt (UGent)
(2012) WERELDBEELD (BRUSSEL). 35(160(4)). p.39-42
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Book review of Emmanuelle Jouannet's history of international law. Jouannet insists on the theoretic finality of international law. In her interpretation, law should be seen as the vector of both liberal (neutral, non-interventionist) and providential (welfare-oriented) values. She demonstrates how this essential ambiguity developed throughout (intellectual) history starting with Emer de Vattel (1714-1767), generating a "first" (19th Century) and "second" liberalism (post-1945), focusing on concepts, rather than on political events.
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International Law

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Dhondt, Frederik. 2012. “Le Droit International Libéral-providence: Une Histoire Du Droit International (Brussel, Bruylant, 2011).” Wereldbeeld (brussel).
APA
Dhondt, F. (2012). Le droit international libéral-providence: une histoire du droit international (Brussel, Bruylant, 2011). WERELDBEELD (BRUSSEL).
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Dhondt F. Le droit international libéral-providence: une histoire du droit international (Brussel, Bruylant, 2011). WERELDBEELD (BRUSSEL). 2012. p. 39–42.
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Dhondt, Frederik. “Le Droit International Libéral-providence: Une Histoire Du Droit International (Brussel, Bruylant, 2011).” WERELDBEELD (BRUSSEL) 2012 : 39–42. Print.
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  issn         = {1781-4146},
  keyword      = {International Law},
  language     = {dut},
  number       = {160(4)},
  pages        = {39--42},
  series       = {WERELDBEELD (BRUSSEL)},
  title        = {Le droit international lib{\'e}ral-providence: une histoire du droit international (Brussel, Bruylant, 2011)},
  volume       = {35},
  year         = {2012},
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