International Law of the Roman Empire
This paper dicusses the International Law of the Roman Empire Focuses and focuses on treaties of friendship. hospitality, alliance, legal rules regarding war and changes.
?The Roman Empire came to be a homogeneous mass of privileged persons largely using the same language, aiming at the same type of civilization, equal among themselves, but all alike conscious of their superiority to the surrounding barbarians.?.
What had caused the success of Roman hegemony over the empire? It was her foreign policies that insured her domination of the Empire. It is popular to believe that the history of her policies towards her neighbors is a history of military domination. But it is also a history of a recognition of international law and binding treaties on sovereign states.