The issues and analyses in this issue of the Fordham International Law Journal provide excellent cases for testing how a conventional approach would mediate current external pressures for legal change on current international and foreign relations law commitments. As it turns out, the results suggest that sovereigntist concerns are overblown, but that internationalist advocates ignore them completely at their peril.
Martin S. Flaherty,
"External" Versus "Internal" in International Law,
29 Fordham Int'l L.J. 447
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