In The Historical Foundations of World Order: the Tower and the Arena, Douglas M. Johnston has drawn on a 45 year career as one of the world s most prolific academics in the development of international law and public policy and 5 years of exhaustive research to produce a comprehensive and highly nuanced examination of the historical precursors, intellectual developments, and philosophical frameworks that have guided the progress of world order through recorded history and across the globe, from pre-classical antiquity to the present day. By illuminating the personalities and identifying the controversies behind the great advancements in international legal thought and weaving this into the context of more conventionally known history, Johnston presents a unique understanding of how peoples and nations have sought regularity, justice and order across the ages. This book will appeal to a wide spectrum of readers, from lawyers interested in the historical background of familiar concepts, to curriculum developers for law schools and history faculties, to general interest readers wanting a wider perspective on the history of civilization.Winner 2009 ASIL Certificate of Merit for a Preeminent Contribution to Creative Scholarship... in the Field, it was recognized for the first time that doctors and nurses would be treated as non-combatants exempt from capture. ... Since 1864 the ICRC has become the world communitya#39;s field monitor and reporter on a long series of international, ... times: first in 1906, then in 1929, more fundamentally in 1949, and most recently with additional Protocols in 1977. ... The Iraqi burning of Kuwait oil wells led to the 1994 ICRS/UN Guidelines for Military Manuals and Instructions on theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Historical Foundations of World Order|
|Author||:||Douglas M. Johnston|
|Publisher||:||Martinus Nijhoff Publishers - 2008|