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Section 9 History of International Law.
10 Periods of the History of International Law
11 International Relations between Ancient Nations
12 International Relations during the Medieval Historical Period 22
13 Influence of Christianity upon the Development of Inter-
14 Influence of Commerce on the Development of International
15 International Relations during the Modern Historical Period 26
18 General Character of International Law during This Period.. 27
19 The Recent History of International Law .
Section 29 States not considered as within the Protection of Inter-
31 De Jure and De Facto Governments.
32 Extent of Territorial Jurisdiction of a State
Section 34 Contents of Chapter
36 Duties of Public Ministers.
37 Appointment and Recall of Foreign Ministers.
38 Privileges and Immunities of Foreign Ministers
48 Effects of War upon Property Rights.
53 Combatants and Non-combatants
54 Instruments That May Be Employed in Warfare.
55 War against Uncivilized Races.
56 The International Hague Peace Conference.
CERTAIN MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
58 The Monroe Doctrine.
THIRTY-NINTH SUBJECT-CONFLICT OF LAWS.
Section 1 Definition.
2 Comparison between Public International Law and Private
.. 3 Basis of International Law