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42 In the words of a 40 J. B. Moore (1931) attributed to Secretary of State, Thomas Jefferson, September 1793, in Chadwick, Traditional Neutrality, p. 267. 41 N. van Sas, “Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: The Logic of Neutrality,” in Colonial Empires Compared. Britain and the Netherlands, 1750–1850. Papers Delivered to the Fourteenth Anglo-Dutch Historical Conference, 2000, ed. B. Moore and H. van Nierop, (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003), p. 35. 42 Chadwick, Traditional Neutrality, p. 7. See also: J.
R. Shulman (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1994), pp. 105–106; and Neff, Rights and Duties, pp. 65–68. 34 Namely, that neutral flags protected all cargo, regardless of its point of origin or destination. Belligerents, obviously, contested that neutrals should not be able to transport enemy goods and particularly not contraband items (goods useful for the conduct of war). 35 Namely, that the blockaded ports were actually cut off by enemy warships. 36 m. m. 36 Eighteenth-century neutrality was, in the words of Philip Jessup, a living and developing concept,37 not only negotiated between belligerents and neutrals but also backed by resolve and military might.
Chadwick, “ ‘The ‘Impossibility’ of Maritime Neutrality During World War I,” Netherlands International Law Review 54, no. 2 (2007): pp. 337–360. 8 For example: D. H. Thomas, The Guarantee of Belgian Independence and Neutrality in European Diplomacy, 1830’s–1930’s (Kingston: D. H. , 1983); and G. Perrin, La Neutralité Permanente de la Suisse et les Organisations Internationales (Paris, 1964). 9 For example: O. Elgström, “Do Images Matter? The Making of Swedish Neutrality: 1834 and 1853,” Co-operation and Conflict 35, no.
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