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Publication Date: 1991
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Grabar, V. E., Butler, E. E.
This book, first published in Russian in 1958, is an authoritative account of the development of international law scholarship in Russia up to the 1917 Revolution. Newly translated with extensive corrections, annotations, and a bibliography, Grabar's study is an exhaustive guide to Russian literature on the law of nations that places those writings and their authors in the larger context of contemporary political, diplomatic, cultural, and economic developments of the period. It will be important reading for a wide range of lawyers, historians, and sovietologists.Grabar, V. E. is the author of 'History of International Law in Russia, 1647-1917', published 1991 under ISBN 9780198254959 and ISBN 0198254954.
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