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International Organization as the Foundation of a Peaceful Order after the First World War inthe Views of Szymon Rundstein.

  • Academic Journal
  • Journal on European History of Law; 2022, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p96-101, 6p
  • The research objective of the article is to seek answers to the question of how Rundstein envisioned the construction of the international legal order after the First World War. These reflections can be considered from the perspective of the history of political and legal thought, as Rundstein developed a doctrine concerning both the law and the ways of development of international politics. He created the concept of the idea of the law of nations. He believed that after the First World War, the conditions emerged to create an international organization, which he saw as the realization of the idea of the law of nations. Such an organization would have to have law-making powers to resolve disputes between states precisely based on the law it created. The conception of the development of international relations after the war and the creation of an international organization constitute worthwhile material that will complement research in the history of legal thought. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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