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Münch, Balkan Wars (1912/ 1913), EPIL I (1992), 319–21. Verosta, Kollektivaktionen der Mächte des Europäischen Konzerts (1886– 1914), 1988. Fisch, Die europäische Expansion und das Völkerrecht, 1984; F. Ermarcora, Colonies and Colonial Régime, EPIL I (1992), 662–6. 18 The era of cooperation between the Great Powers19 in Europe came to an end with the dispute over the Balkans and their diverging strategic interests with regard to the declining Turkish empire. 24 Colonization and the relation to non-European powers One important aspect of the nature of international law in the age of European colonization of the world,25 was the relationship of European states, unified by Christianity, to non-European powers.
The Hague Peace Conferences of 1899 and 1907 The period of ‘classical’ international law came to an end with the two Hague Peace Conferences of 1899 and 1907,83 the first initiated by Tsar Nicholas II on the basis of his famous peace manifesto, the second by President Theodore Roosevelt. The Conference of 1899 resulted in three conventions and three declarations dealing with the law of land warfare, the law of sea warfare and the peaceful settlement of disputes, which led to the innovation of the establishment of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague.
63 See Chapters 19, 306–41 and 20, 342–63 below. 64 See Chapter 9 below, 130–46. 65 See Chapter 12 below, 173–97. 66 See Chapter 16 below, 242–3. 67 See Chapter 8 below, 123–7. 68 See Chapters 6, 91–6 and 21, 364– 84 below. 69 See Chapter 15 below, 222–40. 70 See Chapter 16 below, 244. 71 See Chapter 13 below, 198–208. 72 See Chapter 12 below, 173–5, 193–5. 73 See Chapter 16 below, 241–53. 74 See Chapter 13 below, 201–3. 75 See Chapter 14 below, 209–21. Schachter, International Law in Theory and Practice, 1991, 1.