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[No. 1, January, 1915, pp. 1-296; No. 2, April, 1915, pp. 297-582; No. 3, July, 1915,
WAR AND THE LAW OF NATIONS IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. Louis Renault 1
INTERNATIONAL LAW AS APPLIED BY ENGLAND IN THE WAR. Norman Bentwich.
THE ORGANIZATION OF INTERNATIONAL FORCE. Arthur W. Spencer.
SOME QUESTIONS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW In the European WAR. James W.
PRIVATE PECUNIARY CLAIMS ARISING OUT OF WAR. Edwin M. Borchard
THE DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENCE LEADING UP TO THE WAR. Part I. William
THE DOCTRINE OF CONTINUOUS VOYAGES IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.
THE DOCTRINE OF SERVITUDES IN INTERNATIONAL LAW. Pitman B. Potter
THE "CONTINUOUS VOYAGE" DOCTRINE DURING THE CIVIL WAR, AND NOW.
PACIFIC AND ASIATIC DOCTRINES AKIN TO THE MONROE DOCTRINE. Albert
THE NEW BRITISH IMPERIAL LAW OF NATIONALITY. Richard W. Flournoy, Jr. 870
THE RELATIONS BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND PORTO RICO. Part I.
The regulations governing the use of the Panama Canal by belligerents.. 167
The purchase of vessels of war in neutral countries by belligerents.
Merchant vessels suspected of carrying supplies to belligerent vessels.
Some technical points regarding the Hague conventions . .
The diplomatic correspondence between the United States and other
The Department of State and the war- -Admission to the diplomatic service 478
The joint resolution of Congress to empower the President to better enforce
The effect of Mr. Bryan's peace treaties upon the relations of the United
The controversy between the United States and Germany over the use of
The questions in dispute between the United States and Great Britain with
The sale of arms and ammunition by American merchants to belligerents
The appointment of Mr. Robert Lansing as Secretary of State
The use of poisonous gases in war.....
The special supplement of diplomatic correspondence of the United States
The quotation from the Journal in the decision of the British Prize Court
The Ninth Annual Meeting of the Society.
The Pan-American Scientific Congress.
The American Institute of International Law...
The attitude of journals of international law in time of war.
JUDICIAL DECISIONS INVOLVING QUESTIONS OF INTERNATIONAL Law:
Award in arbitration between the Netherlands and Portugal concerning
boundary in Island of Timor...
Brig "Sally." United States Court of Claims.
British Prize Court decisions:
The Aldworth (Part Cargo ex.).
The binding effect upon the German Empire of the treaty of London of
1867 neutralizing Luxemburg...
The Hague conventions and the neutrality of Belgium and Luxemburg.. 959
CHRONICLE OF International EVENTS. Kathryn Sellers.......221, 503, 721, 963
PUBLIC DOCUMENTS RelatinG TO INTERNATIONAL LAW. George A. Finch..230, 514,