750 - Foreign Relations Law
Professor: Stanley K. Laughlin Jr.
Semester: 2009 Winter
Second Writing? No
Professional Responsibility? No
This course will examine the constitutional, statutory, and international law basis for the conduct of foreign relations and foreign policy by the United States. It will examine how those legal powers and restraints interact with international law and practice. Among the topics considered will be treaties and international agreements, the war power, and respective roles of the president and the Congress, and the law of nations as incorporated into U.S. law.
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