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THE ALBERT SHAW LECTURES
ON DIPLOMATIC HISTORY
By the liberality of Albert Shaw, Ph.D., of New York City, the Johns Hopkins University has been enabled to provide for an annual series of lectures on Diplomatic History. This course was given in connection with the regular work of the Department of History and is published under the direction of Professor John Martin Vincent.
DIPLOMATIC HISTORY, 1907
International Law and Diplomacy
BY ELBERT J. BENTON, PH.D.
zens to the war. The system of concentration. The
established by the decisions of American courts.
decrees. The rejection of autonomy. The January
erent ports. The proposal for arbitration.
Mediation of the Pope. Overtures of great powers.
relations. The juridical aspects of intervention.
active declaration of war. The care of interests of