Une impossible tâche? L'institut de droit international et la régulation des migrations internationales 1870-1920

Abstract : Before WWI the Institut de Droit International was where debates about the regulation of international migrations took place. International lawyers, diplomats who met during its sessions tried to define a common understanding of what migration and refugee policies were and could be. They also tried to promote their idea of what they should be, at least in Europe. Studying this group of international lawyers, their debates, allows us to study the birth of international regulations for international migrations. The liberal ideals and proposals this small but influent group develop will not stand the test of time. Most of t hem are quickly forgotten during the interwar period, even so today's debates sometimes bear a striking similarities to this long-forgotten endeavor.
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Philippe Rygiel. Une impossible tâche? L'institut de droit international et la régulation des migrations internationales 1870-1920. Histoire. Université Panthéon-Sorbonne - Paris I, 2011. ⟨tel-00657654⟩

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