Clive Parry’s Consolidated Treaty Series is now digitized and available via Oxford Historical Treaties. The Consolidated Treaty Series contains a wide-ranging collection of treaties of all nations concluded from 1648 through 1919 with additional commentary and contextual information. The database will be enlarged in the near future with treaties that did not find their way into Parry’s original collection.
Oxford Historical Treaties is accessible via the Oxford Public International Law platform. This platform offers the opportunity to cross-search all of Oxford Public International Law resources and use of the Oxford Law Citator (navigation tool) which provides direct links between Oxford content and carefully selected third-party websites.
The newly digitized collection will make comparative and empirical research easier, especially with the possibility to filter by content type, treaty type, party, date and more.
Learn more about Oxford Historical Treaties from John Louth, Editor in Chief of Academic Law at OUP, and Randall Lesaffer, the site’s editor.