Selected Works of D.I. Kachenovskii: Ukrainian International Lawyer

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The development of international law and doctrine in the Russian Empire was influenced by the works (on prize law, constitutionalism and other facets of international law) of Ukrainian jurist Dmitrii Ivanovich Kachenovskii [1827-1872], who held the Chair of International Law at Kharkov University. Rare among his colleagues, Kachenovskii traveled extensively throughout Europe and spoke, wrote, and published in English. In this volume we collect his English publications, all of them uncommon and never before ...
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The development of international law and doctrine in the Russian Empire was influenced by the works (on prize law, constitutionalism and other facets of international law) of Ukrainian jurist Dmitrii Ivanovich Kachenovskii [1827-1872], who held the Chair of International Law at Kharkov University. Rare among his colleagues, Kachenovskii traveled extensively throughout Europe and spoke, wrote, and published in English. In this volume we collect his English publications, all of them uncommon and never before assembled in one place. Edited by WILLIAM E. BUTLER, who contributes an introductory essay on the life and works of Kachenovskii.

CONTENTS: On the Life and Works of D. I. Kachenovskii - William E. Butler; WORKS BY D. I. KACHENOVSKII: The Present State of International Jurisprudence: Part I (21 June 1858), On the Present State of International Jurisprudence: Part II (5 May 1862), Prize Law: Particularly with Reference to the Duties and Obligations of Belligerents and Neutrals A Biographical Notice of the Late Professor Wurm (7 March 1859), [Letter of Professor Katchenowsky] (22 August (3 September) 1860), Dissertation on War and Peace, by Basil Mahnofsky (1 June 1858); Index of Names.

WILLIAM E. BUTLER is the John Edward Fowler Distinguished Professor of Law at Penn State University's Dickinson School of Law. He is the preeminent authority on the law of Russia and other former Soviet republics and the author, coauthor, editor, or translator of more than 120 books on Soviet, Russian, Ukrainian and other Commonwealth of Independent States legal systems. Professor Emeritus of Comparative Law at the University of London, Professor Butler is the founder and director of The Vinogradoff Institute, which operates as a unit of Penn State Dickinson. The recipient of numerous honors for his service to Russian and international law, Professor Butler is an Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and the National Academy of Legal Sciences of Ukraine and is a member of the international commercial arbitration courts of Kazakhstan, Russia, and Ukraine.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781616194062
  • Publisher: The Lawbook Exchange
  • Publication date: 6/23/2014
  • Pages: 316
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.88 (d)

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