Amsterdam Law Forum, Vol 1, No 2 (2009)
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Toward an effective international legal order
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Limits of Law, Prerogatives of Power: Interventionism after Kosovo
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My views generally reflected those of Fraser, Fulbright, Javits, Church, and other liberal internationalists who sought to subject U. I taught law part-time during this period, and, in the s, went into full-time law teaching.
The United States was, of course, still locked in its "long twilight struggle" with the Soviet Union. But hegemonic issues had already begun to emerge, concerning, for example, the extent to which the United States should submit to the same use-of-force rules applicable to other states. For me, the question was posed dramatically, and personally, by U. After co-directing an on-site inspection of their activities, I testified, at the request of the Nicaraguan government, in its action before the World Court.
I was only a "fact" witness, called to relate information we had gathered. But I had began to wonder whether it was accurate to regard the deeply disturbing questions raised by the Nicaragua Case as genuine legal questions. Neil MacFarlane and Michael Mastanduno eds. Blum, William Killing Hope: U. Chatterjee, Deen K. Scheid, eds.
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