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(p. 22) 2. The Historical Evolution of the International Community 

(p. 22) 2. The Historical Evolution of the International Community
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(p. 22) 2. The Historical Evolution of the International Community
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Antonio Cassese

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10.1093/he/9780199259397.003.0002
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date: 18 October 2019

This chapter traces the historical evolution of the international community, which can be roughly divided into four major stages: from its gradual emergence (sixteenth-early seventeenth century) to the First World War; from the establishment of the League of Nations to the end of the Second World War (1919–1945); from the establishment of the United Nations to the end of the cold war (1945–1989); and the present period.

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