Restoring the Global Judiciary: Why the Supreme Court Should Rule in U.S. Foreign Affairs

Author:   Martin S. Flaherty
Publisher:   Princeton University Press
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9780691179124


Pages:   344
Publication Date:   03 September 2019
Format:   Hardback
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Author:   Martin S. Flaherty
Publisher:   Princeton University Press
Imprint:   Princeton University Press
ISBN:  

9780691179124


ISBN 10:   0691179123
Pages:   344
Publication Date:   03 September 2019
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Professional and scholarly ,  Tertiary & Higher Education ,  Professional & Vocational
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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Language:   English

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In this timely book, Martin Flaherty addresses a historic problem that has renewed urgency: whether the Supreme Court can constrain the president in world affairs. Restoring the Global Judiciary is compelling, wide-ranging, accessible, and important. -Mary L. Dudziak, author of War Time: An Idea, Its History, Its Consequences Restoring the Global Judiciary is a major work. It is the best history of the Supreme Court and foreign affairs law that I know of, as well as the best integration of international relations theory and constitutional jurisprudence. This book is worth the price of admission and made me a whole lot smarter. -Mark A. Graber, author of A New Introduction to American Constitutionalism


In this timely book, Martin Flaherty addresses a historic problem that has renewed urgency: whether the Supreme Court can constrain the president in world affairs. Restoring the Global Judiciary is compelling, wide-ranging, accessible, and important. --Mary L. Dudziak, author of War Time: An Idea, Its History, Its Consequences Restoring the Global Judiciary is a major work. It is the best history of the Supreme Court and foreign affairs law that I know of, as well as the best integration of international relations theory and constitutional jurisprudence. This book is worth the price of admission and made me a whole lot smarter. --Mark A. Graber, author of A New Introduction to American Constitutionalism


Restoring the Global Judiciary is a major work. It is the best history of the Supreme Court and foreign affairs law that I know of, as well as the best integration of international relations theory and constitutional jurisprudence. This book is worth the price of admission and made me a whole lot smarter. -Mark A. Graber, author of A New Introduction to American Constitutionalism In this timely book, Martin Flaherty addresses a historic problem that has renewed urgency: whether the Supreme Court can constrain the president in world affairs. Restoring the Global Judiciary is compelling, wide-ranging, accessible, and important. -Mary L. Dudziak, author of War Time: An Idea, Its History, Its Consequences A timely and engaging call for a more robust U.S. judicial role in foreign affairs, Restoring the Global Judiciary is distinguished by its deep understanding of the constitutional Founders' perspective concerning the separation of powers and the importance of constitutional custom in filling out the Founders' blueprint. Offering a survey of American foreign relations law and a critique of the Supreme Court's approach to this law, this enjoyable and informative read will spur much-needed debate and discussion. -Curtis Bradley, Duke University School of Law In Restoring the Global Judiciary, Flaherty skillfully weaves together many strands of historical, legal, and empirical argument to demonstrate that judges must check and balance executive power just as much in foreign as in domestic affairs. The alternative is a global twilight zone in which individuals have no recourse against national governments. His proposals for the evolution of American law are bold and even shocking in the current environment, but deeply necessary. -Anne-Marie Slaughter, CEO of New America


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Martin S. Flaherty is the Leitner Family Professor of International Human Rights Law and founding codirector of the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice at Fordham Law School. He is also a longtime visiting professor at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. He lives in New York City. Twitter @MFlaherty17

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