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Behavioral War Powers
(New York University Law Review, 2015)
A decade of war has meant a decade of writing on war powers. From the authority to start a war, to restrictions on fighting wars, to the authority to end a war, constitutional lawyers and scholars have explored the classic ...
The Normalization of Foreign Relations Law
(Harvard Law Review, 2015)
The defining feature of foreign relations law is that it is distinct from domestic law. Courts have recognized that foreign affairs are political by their nature and thus unsuited to adjudication, that state and local ...