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  • Recourse to Forceby Thomas M. Franck

    Cambridge University Press 2002; US$ 29.00

    The book relates changes in law and practice regarding the UN Charter of 1945 to changing public values. more...

  • The Power of Legitimacy among Nationsby Thomas M. Franck

    Oxford University Press 1990; US$ 124.99

    An authority on international law considers why it is that rules within the international system are for the most part obeyed, even though they are not usually enforced. The text uses practical examples to show how international law works successfully even without formal codes or laws. more...

  • Nation Against Nationby Thomas M. Franck

    Oxford University Press 1985; US$ 54.99

    Argues that American expectations for the U.N. have been too high, analyzes U.N. actions in terms of U.S. interests, and suggests ways America can improve its international relations. more...

  • Political Questions Judicial Answersby Thomas M. Franck

    Princeton University Press 2012; US$ 29.95

    Almost since the beginning of the republic, America's rigorous separation of powers among Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Branches has been umpired by the federal judiciary. It may seem surprising, then, that many otherwise ordinary cases are not decided in court even when they include allegations that the President, or Congress, has violated... more...

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