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T.M.C. Asser [1838 - 1913]: Founder of The Hague Tradition

Dr. Arthur Eyffinger
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T.M.C. Asser [1838 - 1913]: Founder of The Hague Tradition
Dr. Arthur Eyffinger

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'The Learned Guide of our Nation' Tobias Asser was coined upon his demise by the then Dutch Foreign Minister, as this dignitary solemny pledged his country over the open grave: 'We will not forget'. Fairly few though are the Dutch these days who will recall Tobias Asser's exeptional talents or or the crucial role this gifted Amsterdam scholar of Jewish descent played in putting The Hague back in touch with the world, hence to develop into a centre of international law and diplomacy. In the perspective of a full century of international adjudication and with The Hague Tradition of International Law firmly established, it is hard to imagine the unlikely beginnings of our proud Legal Capital and the critical bearing of Tobias Asser's visionary, daring views in turning history around. This year we celebrate the centenary of Asser's unique status in The Netherlands as the nation's single Nobel Peace laureate, along with the assignment of the designation 'Royal' to the Netherlands Society of International Law [the oldest branch of the International Law Association, ILA], to which Tobias Asser stood godfather a full hundred years ago. It makes for a fitting moment to step back from the hectic and briefly pause and ponder: Siste Viator!
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