Sticky Wicket? Just say “As if!”

Written by David Breeden
Read by Justin Bovee

The great Renaissance-era jurist Hugo Grotius looked out on a Europe in ruins from the conflagration that we nowadays call the Thirty Years War (1618–1648). It was a war that killed over eight million people through violence, disease, and famine. To put a stop to the killing, Grotius put his mind to the task of establishing something that had been imagined but never accomplished: international law…

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