The Alabama Claims Tribunal: The British Perspective

@article{Brent2021TheAC,
  title={The Alabama Claims Tribunal: The British Perspective},
  author={Richard P. Brent},
  journal={The International History Review},
  year={2021},
  volume={44},
  pages={21 - 58}
}
  • R. Brent
  • Published 31 March 2021
  • History
  • The International History Review
Abstract The arbitration in Geneva in 1872 – by which Great Britain settled US claims brought against it arising out of the civil war – has achieved canonical status. It is usually viewed as marking the beginning of the emergence of an institutional international rule of law, a movement which culminated in the Hague Convention of 1899 and laid the foundation for the Permanent Court of International Justice. The arbitration’s origins, however, lie as much in realpolitik as in idealism. Its… 
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