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2006

International Law

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Faith, The State, And The Humility Of International Law, Mark Weston Janis Jan 2006

Faith, The State, And The Humility Of International Law, Mark Weston Janis

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Father Robert Drinan, long a leading advocate of human rights, has had a distinguished career serving as a U.S. congressman from Massachusetts, as Dean of the Boston College Law School, and now as Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center. Father Drinan's new book, Can God and Caesar Coexist?: Balancing Religious Freedom and International Law, sensitively and persuasively sets out the often tortuous relations among religion (the God of his title), national governments (Caesar), and international law (the new and possibly helpful partner in this relationship). My essay employs the facts and arguments in Father Drinan's ...


The American Tradition Of International Law: Exceptionalism And Universalism, Mark Weston Janis Jan 2006

The American Tradition Of International Law: Exceptionalism And Universalism, Mark Weston Janis

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