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Mariano M. Schlez - Intelligence, diplomacy and international relations. The Parish Report on the Revolutions in South America and the foundations of British recognition of insurgent states (1822)

My work presents a description and explanation of the historical significance of the unpublished intelligence report "South America", written in 1822 by Woodbine Parish, clerk at the Foreign Office and Castlereagh's private secretary (and later the first British Consul to Buenos Aires). The aim is to outline Foreign Office political strategy towards the South American revolutions at the Congress of Verona, analysing the links between political struggle, intelligence and international diplomacy. At the time of its writing in 1822, Parish was a clerk in the Foreign Office and private secretary ...
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Florenz Volkaert - The First Generation of International Economic Lawyers? Juridification and Professionalization in International Economic Diplomacy: A Prosopography and Discourse Network Analysis (1850-1914)

...Contemporary international economic law is considered an autonomous subdiscipline of international law administered by an epistemic community of international lawyers and economists, separate from public international law. In stark contrast to...
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Bruno Martin-Gay - Alexandre Walewski, émissaire à Londres du Gouvernement insurrectionnel polonais : convaincre les puissances de faire régner l’ordre juridique de Vienne à Varsovie (1831-1832)

At the Congress of Vienna, the Polish question was a tricky one and depended mainly on the Russian position. After Napoleon’s escape from Elba, the discussions became harsher and Tsar Alexander I managed to extend his sovereignty to the heart of Poland. Though the Congress’s Final Act dated 9 June 1815 did not allow him to reunite the whole former Jagiellonian kingdom. The main principles of the treaty were the result of the Great Compromise of 8 February. The tsar eventually agreed to give back Galicia to Austria and part of the Duchy ...
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