In recent history, remarkable changes have taken place in international law. This book analyzes the relationship between international law, including the U.N. Charter, and present-day American foreign policy. From the competing perspectives of unilateralism and multilateralism, the book deconstructs terrorism, concerns for national security, American courts best suited for the trial of detainees and unlawful combatants, and fears that some governmental responses have crossed constitutional boundaries.
International Law and U.S. Foreign Policy
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