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  • New Publication Available Grotiana, Volume 36 (2015)

    February 8, 2016

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  • 6th UPEACE/PPL Lecture on ‘Peacebuilding in Progress’

    January 29, 2016

    6th UPEACE/PPL Lecture on 'Peacebuilding in Progress', 3 February 2016

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  • A Tribute to Steven van Hoogstraten by Bernard Bot

    January 29, 2016

    On Wednesday 27 January 2016, the Carnegie Foundation has bid an official farewell to its former General-Director and Treasurer of The Hague Academy of International Law, Mr. Steven van Hoogstraten. After serving the Carnegie Foundation for thirteen years, Mr. Van Hoogstraten has been succeeded on July 1st by Mr. Erik de Baedts. To mark this special occasion, the Carnegie Foundation organised a seminar-debate titled “The Peace Palace, International Centre for the Peaceful Settlement of Disputes” with various distinghuised speakers. A farewell tribute by Dr. Bernard Bot, Chairman of the Board of the Carnegie Foundation, President of the Administrative Council of The Hague Academy of International Law. [Text in Dutch]

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  • A Tribute to Steven van Hoogstraten by Yves Daudet

    January 29, 2016

    A farewell tribute to Steven van Hoogstraten by Professor Yves Daudet, Secretary-General of The Hague Academy of International Law, Emeritus Professor at Paris I University (Panthéon-Sorbonne). [Text in French:] ‘Le Trésorier de l’Académie qu’il était a porté à l’institution une attention constante et précise. Il avait de l’Académie une connaissance profonde et détaillée que servait un grand attachement à celle-ci.’

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  • A Tribute to Steven van Hoogstraten by Hope Elizabeth May

    January 29, 2016

    A farewell tribute to Steven van Hoogstraten by Professor Hope Elizabeth May, Central Michigan University: “Mr. van Hoogstraten has used and built upon the symbolic history of the Peace Palace at a crucial time in the development of the Temple of Law and International Ethics. Steven van Hoogstraten has helped us to ‘go on with the mighty work’ in a way that reminds us that two important stones in this Temple are public education and involvement, and an historic narrative of the Peace through Law movement that duly recognizes the labors of both men and women.”

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  • Farewell Messages Erik de Baedts and Jeroen Vervliet

    January 29, 2016

    Farewell Messages by Erik de Baedts, General-Director Carnegie Foundation and Treasurer of The Hague Academy of International Law and Jeroen Vervliet, Director Peace Palace Library. [Text in Dutch and English]

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  • The Perfect Farewell Gift: “The Life of Hugo Grotius”

    January 29, 2016

    For the last few months, the Peace Palace Library was on a mission of finding the perfect farewell gift for Steven van Hoogstraten upon the occasion of his retirement as the General-Director of the Carnegie Foundation. Since we prefer to remain true to ourselves, we decided to give to him a special work titled ‘The Life of Hugo Grotius’ (Het Leven van Hugo de Groot). This antique book was published in 1785 and is an early biography on the life of Grotius, the founding Father of International Law.

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  • Bibliography Steven van Hoogstraten

    January 29, 2016

    Compiled from the catalogue of the Peace Palace Library on the occasion of Mr. Van Hoogstraten’s retirement as General-Director of the Carnegie Foundation and Teasurer of The Hague Academy of International Law.

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  • New Opening Hours 2016

    December 31, 2015

    From January 1, 2016, the Peace Palace Library will expand its opening hours. We will be open 5 days a week: Monday till Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Closed during weekends.
    New Opening Hours 2016

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  • Library User In The Spotlight: Dr. Marco Duranti

    December 23, 2015

    Sometime ago, as a doctoral student at Yale University, my research on the cultural foundations of European human rights law prompted me to inquire into the origins of the Peace Palace. Back then, I had never laid eyes on this mythic structure. The only primary source materials I had at my disposition were journalistic accounts from the time of the Peace Palace’s construction whose accuracy I could not ascertain. Several years later, as I began to finish revisions on my forthcoming monograph, I decided that I could no longer delay my pilgrimage to The Hague, that mecca of international law. I admit that I undertook this journey with no small trepidation: Would the Peace Palace of my scholarly imagination match the Peace Palace of real brick and marble?

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