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The Law of Piracy



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The Law of Piracy by Alfred P. Rubin
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CONTENTS: Foreword Preface The Origins The Evolution of the Concept of Piracy in England The United States of America and the Law of Piracy British Practice in the Nineteenth Century "Piracy" in the Twentieth Century Appendices Abbreviations Bibliography Index Index of Cases Professor Alfred P. Rubin of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy of Tufts University, the author of this volume, has contributed a work of exceptional scholarship that will long be regarded as an authoritative reference material not only with respect to the law of piracy, but to the whole of international law. Professor Rubin's work is considered to be informative, comprehensive, and provocative. Ronald J. Kurth Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy President, Naval War College
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August 9th, 2006
Country of Publication
United States
black & white illustrations
University Press of the Pacific
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