Foreign Relations Law: Cases and Materials, Third Edition / Edition 3

Foreign Relations Law: Cases and Materials, Third Edition / Edition 3

by Curtis A. Bradley, Jack L. Goldsmith
     
 

ISBN-10: 0735578540

ISBN-13: 9780735578548

Pub. Date: 12/04/2008

Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business

Using a thoughtful, balanced mix of cases and non-case materials, including statutes, treaties, and Executive Branch pronouncements, Foreign Relations Law: Cases and Materials, Third Edition , examines the constitutional and statutory law that  See more details below

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Using a thoughtful, balanced mix of cases and non-case materials, including statutes, treaties, and Executive Branch pronouncements, Foreign Relations Law: Cases and Materials, Third Edition , examines the constitutional and statutory law that

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780735578548
Publisher:
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date:
12/04/2008
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
810
Product dimensions:
7.20(w) x 10.20(h) x 1.70(d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Editorial Notice
Overview of International Law and Institutions
Ch. 1Introduction: Historical and Conceptual Foundations1
AConstitutional Background1
1Declaration of Independence2
2Articles of Confederation4
3United States Constitution7
BNeutrality Controversy of 179312
CNature of U.S. Foreign Relations Authority25
Ch. 2Courts and Foreign Relations39
AJurisdiction over Foreign Relations Cases39
BJusticiability: Standing, Ripeness, Mootness41
CPolitical Question Doctrine47
DAct of State Doctrine60
1The Sabbatino Decision61
2Limitations and Exceptions74
EJudicial Deference to the Executive Branch91
Ch. 3Congress and the President in Foreign Relations107
ASources of Congressional Power108
BSources of Executive Power125
CRelationship Between Congress and the President141
Ch. 4War Powers161
AHistorical Background161
BCongress's Power to Declare of War168
CThe President's Military Powers184
DWar Powers Resolution198
ECollective Uses of Force213
1The United Nations Charter, Collective Security, and the Korean War214
2NATO, Collective Self-Defense, and the Kosovo Bombing217
FMilitary Commissions225
GWar and Individual Liberties246
Ch. 5States and Foreign Relations275
AStatutory Preemption276
BTreaty Preemption293
CDormant Preemption300
DFederal Common Law of Foreign Relations321
Ch. 6Treaties and Other International Agreements337
ASelf-Execution339
BLast-in-Time Rule348
CSeparation of Powers and Delegation Limitations359
1Relationship with Congress's Power359
2Delegation of Authority to International Institutions365
DFederalism Limitations?373
EConditional Consent385
FSubject Matter Limitations?399
GExecutive Agreements409
1Congressional-Executive Agreements409
2Sole Executive Agreements421
Ch. 7Customary International Law427
A"Part of Our Law"427
BThe Alien Tort Statute and Torture Victim Protection Act443
CRecent Issues in International Human Rights Litigation465
DThe Charming Betsy Canon483
Ch. 8Extraterritoriality495
AThe Constitution Abroad495
BFederal Statutes Abroad511
1Presumption Against Extraterritoriality511
2International Law of Prescriptive Jurisdiction529
CExtradition537
DExtraterritorial Abduction558
Ch. 9Foreign Sovereign Immunity571
AHistorical Background571
BOverview of the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act577
CCommercial Activity Exception585
DNoncommercial Tort Exception600
EInternational Law Exception?610
FState Sponsors of Terrorism622
GImmunity of Foreign Officials and Heads of State635
HDiplomatic and Other Immunities651
App. AConstitution of the United States659
App. BSelect Jurisdictional Provisions677
App. CForeign Sovereign Immunities Act681
Table of Cases691
Index701

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