I am pleased to have co-edited and contributed to this volume, forthcoming with Routledge in May 2018.The book's website at Routledge is linked here, and its Twitter feed is here: https://twitter.com/lon2un?lang=en.
Foreword: From the League of Nations to the United Nations.
Introduction: Rocking on its Hinges? The League of Nations, the United Nations and the New History of Internationalism in the Twentieth Century.
Simon Jackson and Alanna O’Malley
1: ‘He Tampers with the Source of Life itself who Tampers with Freedom’: Personhood, the State, and the International Community in the Thought of Charles Malik.
2: From the Tigris to the Amazon: Peripheral Expertise, Impossible Cooperation and Economic Multilateralism at the League of Nations, 1920-1946.
José Antonio Sánchez Román
3: Pan-American Exceptionalism: Regional International Law as a Challenge to International Institutions.
Mats Ingulstad and Lucas Lixinski
4: Jewish Memory and the Human Right to Petition, 1933-1953.
Nathan A. Kurz
5: The 1971 East Pakistan Crisis and the Origins of the UN’s Engagement with Humanitarian Aid.
6: "Women’s point of view was apt to be forgotten": The Liaison Committee of International Women’s Organizations’ Campaign for an International Women’s Convention, 1920-1953.
7: The League of Nations and the Transformation of Representation: Sectarianism, Consociationalism, and the Middle East.
8: Reimagining the Postwar International Order: The World Federalism of Ozaki Yukio and Kagawa Toyohiko.
Konrad M. Lawson
9: Internationalism and Empire: The Question of Native Labour in the Portuguese Empire (19291962).
Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo and José Pedro Monteiro