The Senators’ Letter to Iran and Domestic Incorporation of International Law
Michael C. Dorf discusses a 2015 open letter from 47 Republican senators to the government of Iran warning that a nuclear agreement signed by President Barack Obama without congressional participation would lack lasting effect. He uses the letter to examine the relation between international and domestic law.
Our Undemocratic Constitution: Where the Constitution Goes Wrong (and How We the People Can Correct It), Sanford Levinson Reviewed by Michael C. Dorf
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