Volume 28, Number 2 (2011)

28.2 Cover



Front Matter

i-iv




Contents Page

v-viii




Articles

Reason of State, Natural Law, and Early Modern Statecraft

Cathy Curtis and David Martin Jones

1-4

Reason of State and Sovereignty in Early Modern England: A Question of Ideology?

Conal Condren

5-27

Advising Monarchs and their Counsellors: Juan Luis Vives on the Emotions, Civil Life and International Relations

Cathy Curtis

29-53

Aphorism and the Counsel of Prudence in Early Modern Statecraft: The Curious Case of Justus Lipsius

David Martin Jones

55-85

Law, War, and Casuistry in Vattel's Jus Gentium

Ian Hunter

87-104

Law of Nations as Reason of State: Diplomacy and the Balance of Power in Vattel's Law of Nations

Richard Devetak

105-128

The Analysis of Interest and the History of Economic Thought

Ryan Walter

129-147

'By Ordinance of Nature': Marriage, Religion and the Modern English State

Lisa O'Connell

149-166


Reviews

167-248





Short Notices

249-268