Transforming (Private) Rights through (Public) International Law: Readings on a 'Strange and Painful Odyssey' in the PCIJ Mavrommatis Case
Straddling both the centres of (European) power and the shifting dynamics of the post-Ottoman world in a quest to guarantee private rights through public international legal redress, the PCIJ Mavrommatis case provides a rich resource for interrogating the extent to which international law during the League period could speak for voices on the edge of empire. In this article, historical consideration of the regimes of empire and Mandate form the backdrop to an exploration into how international...[Show more]
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