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Hengameh Saberi: 0000-0002-9943-7290

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London Review of International Law, Volume 4, Issue 2, 1 June 2016, Pages 275–306


Confronting significant foreign policy questions, US international lawyers persistently frame their debates as a conflict between law and policy. The article suggests that this opposition, which has defined the US international legal reasoning since World War Two, often leads the debates to a deadlock and constrains the best potential of international law.


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