Legal Theory

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Comparative Perspectives on Executive Unilateralism in Foreign Affairs

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Jennifer Trahan

On Saturday, April 11, Michael Van Alstine (University of Maryland) moderated a panel on “Comparative Perspectives on Executive Unilateralism in Foreign Affairs.”  The panelists

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Complicity in International Law

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R. Carter Parét

To a packed room, five experts eloquently discussed the complicated concept of complicity liability across fields of international law.  Jaya Ramji-Nogales of Te

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The Stagnation of International Law

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Marko Milanovic

This panel was a natural sequel to the Legitimacy, Adaptability and Consent panel earlier in the mor

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Legitimacy, Adaptability, and Consent in Modern International Law

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Marko Milanovic

This excellent panel consisted of a roundtable conversation moderated by Joseph Weiler (EUI/NYU), with contributions by Joel Trachtman (Fletcher), Benedict Kingsbury (NYU), Jutta

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The Use of Armed Force: Are We Approaching Normative Collapse?

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Rachel E. VanLandingham

Thursday's late morning panel titled, "The Use of Armed Force: Are We Approaching Normative Collapse?" provided a refreshing look at international law from largely an international relations perspe