- Date de réalisation : 16 Septembre 2021
- Durée du programme : 27 min
- Classification Dewey : Droit international
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Philippe Rygiel - Les voyages du jeune Alphonse Rivier
Alphonse Rivier (1835-1898) is a forgotten member of the generation of internationalists who participated in the institutionalization of international law. Author of treatises, translator of Tobias Asser's works into French, he was a professor of international law at the Université Libre de Bruxelles. A founding member of the Institut de Droit International, of which he was secretary-general, he served as editor of the Revue de Droit International et de Législation Comparée. Legal advisor to the Swiss Republic and Consul General of Switzerland in Belgium, he was also a practitioner.
His archives, deposited at the cantonal library of Lausanne, allow us to trace his itinerary through a rich correspondence, both private and related to his functions, but also, the professional and intellectual training of one of the dominant figures of international law on the Swiss scene during the second half of the nineteenth century. It allows us to paint the sensibility and define the social roots of a polyglot and cosmopolitan jurist, as comfortable in Berlin where he defended his thesis as in Paris or Lausanne.
We will study a future internationalist's intellectual and political training by evoking his stays in Paris and Berlin during his training during the 1850s. We aim beyond the case of Alphonse Rivier to better define the traits and dispositions of the members of the first generation of jurists who made international law their primary and sometimes only concern.