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Authorizations for the Use of Force, International Law, and the "Charming Betsy" Canon
(Boston College Law Review, 2005)
Although international law has figured prominently in many disputes around actions of the U.S. military, the precise relationship between international law and the President's war powers has gone largely unexplored. This ...
Other Disciplines, Methodologies, and Countries: Studying Courts and Crisis
(Missouri Law Review, 2004)
How do governments and their citizens respond to fear and risk in times of crisis? Dr. Lee Epstein and Professor Christina Wells, in papers presented on the final symposium panel focus in particular on the Supreme Court's ...