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Making Endless War

The Vietnam and Arab-Israeli Conflicts in the History of International Law

How two conflicts have shaped the relationship between law and war since 1945

The United States and International Law

Paradoxes of Support across Contemporary Issues

Why U.S. support for international law is so inconsistent

The Art of Getting More Back in Diplomacy

Negotiation Lessons from North Korea, China, Libya, and the United Nations

Why boardroom diplomacy fails

Lawyers Beyond Borders

Advancing International Human Rights Through Local Laws and Courts

How American human rights lawyers fight for justice in U.S. Courts for international victims of violence

Remoteness Reconsidered

The Atacama Desert and International Law

When the margin IS the center, perspectives shift

Judging Justice

How Victim Witnesses Evaluate International Courts

Shows how witness experiences of testimony give credence to perceptions of justice in international courts

Curating Community

Museums, Constitutionalism, and the Taming of the Political

Reconsiders complex questions about how we imagine ourselves and our political communities


The First Global Prosecutor

Promise and Constraints

Legal scholars and practitioners examine the role of the ICC’s first prosecutor

Law, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Terrorism

In democratic states, the courts can help safeguard civil liberties against excessive legislative and executive efforts to combat terrorism

Communities and Law

Politics and Cultures of Legal Identities

Offers an alternative approach to liberalism and to communitarianism, with an empirical focus on Israel

At the Risk of Being Heard

Identity, Indigenous Rights, and Postcolonial States

An analysis of indigenous rights and the challenges confronting indigenous peoples in the twenty-first century

Issues and Options for U.S.-Japan Trade Policies

Addresses the central negotiating issues involving the trade policies and relations between the United States and Japan

Global Prescriptions

The Production, Exportation, and Importation of a New Legal Orthodoxy

Essays on the emerging new orthodoxy in international law that advocates the "rule of law" and "civil society" across the globe

The Courts of International Trade

Judicial Specialization, Expertise, and Bureaucratic Policymaking

Focuses on the Court of International Trade to illuminate the important role of specialized courts in critical areas of law

Bendectin on Trial

A Study of Mass Tort Litigation

Explains how courts handle mass product liability litigation and explores the roles of the different participants