- Date de réalisation : 16 Septembre 2021
- Durée du programme : 20 min
- Classification Dewey : Droit international
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Paweł Fiktus - Comments by Prof. Gustaw Roszkowski on the changes in public international law
The presented topic refers to the first point and will concern one of the leading but somewhat forgotten lawyer – Gustaw Roszkowski associated with the University of Lviv. In addition to his scientific activities in Galicia, he was associated with the Institute of International Law in Brussels. In his scientific work, Roszkowski repeatedly commented on changes in international law. An example is his work from 1887 on the Geneva Convention (which was the subject of a polemic with Prof. Franciszek Kasparek, another Polish expert on public international law). Other works that emerged as a result of the changes occurring in the world at the time include On the Oxford Draft Law of War of 1887, On the 14th Peace Congress of 1905 – published in 1906, On the Codification of International Law of 1882 and The Right to Overhead Navigation of 1912. It is worth noting that Prof. Roszkowski also referred in his scientific work to international affairs of Austria-Hungary, such as On the most recent Treaties of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy with Belgium and the Netherlands of 1880 and 1881 on extradition of criminals of 1882. Other works relating to the events of the time in the international field include On Midhat Pasha's case of 1881.