Great Power Politics and the Structure of Foreign Relations Law

@article{Abebe2009GreatPP,
  title={Great Power Politics and the Structure of Foreign Relations Law},
  author={Daniel D Abebe},
  journal={Public International Law eJournal},
  year={2009}
}
  • Daniel D Abebe
  • Published 2009
  • Economics
  • Public International Law eJournal
Foreign relations law serves as an internal constraint on the unilateral exercise of foreign relations powers through the distribution of authority within the national government. Given the predominance of the executive branch in foreign affairs, courts routinely resolve questions regarding the breadth of the executive’s authority by reference to the Constitution, legal precedent, historical practice, and functional considerations. Though courts generally focus on these domestic factors, they… Expand
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