02 Jun Inter-temporal International Law? Or How Would Modern International Law Have Treated “Unconditional Surrender”?
Seth Tillman of Maynooth University has a clever “parody” letter (scroll to the bottom) in the most recent Claremont Review of Books. I can’t really do it justice here, but it is an amusing take on how modern international law might have critiqued the relentless Allied demands for unconditional surrender by Germany and Japan in 1945. Also, I particulalry appreciate his efforts to reproduce mid-20th century typography.