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  • Freedom of the Seas: Acknowledgments

    Freedom of the Seas, 1609: Grotius and the Emergence of International Law An exhibit marking the 400th anniversary of Hugo Grotius's Mare Liberum ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Thanks to the following individuals and institutions for their assistance in preparing this exhibit: David Warrington Librarian for Special...
  • Freedom of the Seas: Bibliography

    Freedom of the Seas, 1609: Grotius and the Emergence of International Law An exhibit marking the 400th anniversary of Hugo Grotius's Mare Liberum The Development of the Law of the Sea in the 17th Century: A Bibliography of Modern Scholarship Compiled by Edward Gordon Akashi. Kinji. Cornelius van...
  • Freedom of the Seas, Part 8

    Freedom of the Seas, 1609: Grotius and the Emergence of International Law An exhibit marking the 400th anniversary of Hugo Grotius's Mare Liberum Part 8 For the 17th century Mare liberum and Mare clausum were the centerpieces of the debate between advocates of exclusive and inclusive uses of ocean...
  • Freedom of the Seas, Part 7

    Freedom of the Seas, 1609: Grotius and the Emergence of International Law An exhibit marking the 400th anniversary of Hugo Grotius's Mare Liberum Part 7 In supporting his case with a massive showing of state practice, Selden was able to draw upon historical research done by the Keeper of the Records...
  • Freedom of the Seas, Part 6

    Freedom of the Seas, 1609: Grotius and the Emergence of International Law An exhibit marking the 400th anniversary of Hugo Grotius's Mare Liberum Part 6 William Welwood's work eventually drew a response from a Dutch lawyer, Dirck Graswinckel, entitled Mare liberi vindiciae adversus Gulielmum...
  • Freedom of the Seas, Part 5

    Freedom of the Seas, 1609: Grotius and the Emergence of International Law An exhibit marking the 400th anniversary of Hugo Grotius's Mare Liberum Part 5 England's own claims to maritime sovereignty ran counter to both Spain and Portugal's and to Holland's. Even during the reign of Queen...
  • Freedom of the Seas, Part 4

    Freedom of the Seas, 1609: Grotius and the Emergence of International Law An exhibit marking the 400th anniversary of Hugo Grotius's Mare Liberum Part 4 As it happens, the publication of Mare liberum came too late to influence negotiations with Spain. It served instead to ignite a fierce debate over...
  • Freedom of the Seas, Part 3

    Freedom of the Seas, 1609: Grotius and the Emergence of International Law An exhibit marking the 400th anniversary of Hugo Grotius's Mare Liberum Part 3 The tension generated by Spanish and Portuguese claims to maritime dominion intensified at the start of the 17th century. An exponential growth...
  • Freedom of the Seas, Part 2

    Freedom of the Seas, 1609: Grotius and the Emergence of International Law An exhibit marking the 400th anniversary of Hugo Grotius's Mare Liberum Part 2 Early efforts to codify maritime law did little to resolve claims growing out of acrimonious political disputes over rights to trade with the Americas...
  • Freedom of the Seas, Part 1

    Freedom of the Seas, 1609: Grotius and the Emergence of International Law An exhibit marking the 400th anniversary of Hugo Grotius’s Mare Liberum Part 1 Grotius, Hugo (1583-1645). Mare liberum (Leiden, 1609). Grotius launched his illustrious career in international law with this little book that...
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