The Permanent Court of International Justice's contributions often are overshadowed by the fact that it was the predecessor of the overwhelmingly important International Court of Justice. This article is the first to look at the Permanent Court's possible contribution to global history in its own right. While the case-study method adopted in this article does not allow for the determination of causal linkages between acts of the Permanent Court and consequences in global history, it nevertheless provides compelling support for liberal institutionalism and the notion that global history has been influenced by actors other than states, even though states remain the main shapers of global history.
James D. Fry,
The Permanent Court of International Justice in Global History,
33 Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law
Available at: https://scholarship.law.duke.edu/djcil/vol33/iss2/1