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    VINCENT CHETAIL, Vattel and the American Dream: An Inquiry into the Reception of the Law of Nations in the United States, in Pierre-Marie Dupuy/Vincent Chetail (eds.), The Roots of International Law, Liber Amicorum Peter Haggenmacher, Leiden/Boston 2014, pp. 251

    CHARLES G. FENWICK, The Authority of Vattel, in American Political Science Review, Volume 7, Issue 3, Baltimore 1913, pp. 395

    EMMANUELLE JOUANNET, Emer de Vattel (1714–1767), in Bardo Fassbender/Anne Peters (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the History of International Law, Oxford 2012

    CHRISTOPHER KEITH HALL, The First Proposal for a Permanent International Criminal Court, in International Review of the Red Cross Volume 38, Issue 322, 1998, pp. 57

    ROBERT KOLB, The Protection of the Individual in Times of War and Peace, in: Bardo Fassbender/Anne Peters (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the History of International Law, Oxford 2012

    MARTI KOSKENNIEMI, The Gentle Civilizer of Nations. The Rise and Fall of International Law, Cambridge 2002

    LUIGI NUZZO/MILOŠ VEC, The Birth of International Law as a Legal Discipline, in the 19th Century in Luigi Nuzzo/Miloš Vec (eds.), Constructing International Law. The Birth of a Discipline, Frankfurt a.M 2012, p. IX

    MERI PÄIVÄRINNE, Translating Grotius’s De jure belli ac pacis: Courtin vs Barbeyrac, in Translation Studies Volume 5, Issue 1, 2012, pp. 33

    DIETRICH SCHINDLER/JIŘÍ TOMAN, The Laws of Armed Conflicts, Dordrecht 1988

    BENEDICT VON TSCHARNER, Inter Gentes: Statesmen, Diplomats, Political Thinkers, Geneva 2012

    EMER DE VATTEL, The Law of Nations, or, Principles of the Law of Nature, Applied to the Conduct and Affairs of Nations and Sovereigns, with Three Early Essays on the Origin and Nature of Natural Law and on Luxury, edited and with an introduction by Bela Kapossy/Richard Whatmore, Indianapolis 2008

    SILJA VÖNEKY, Francis Lieber (1798–1872), in: Bardo Fassbender/Anne Peters (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the History of International Law, Oxford 2012, pp. 1138