It is just a quarter-century since I first came to Syracuse University to teach at the Maxwell School. Sobered by the discovery that elections can be lost as well as won, I settled down and promptly finished my doctoral dissertation in the field of international law and organization. In time, along with Harlan Cleveland, then Dean at Maxwell, I left to join the Kennedy Administration. He became Assistant Secretary of State for International Affairs and, generous as always, he saw to it that I had a small hand in such matters, beginning an involvement that has been more or less continuous since that time, and concerning which I would like to share some thoughts today.
Moynihan, Daniel Patrick
"International Law & International Order,"
Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce:
1, Article 2.
Available at: http://surface.syr.edu/jilc/vol11/iss1/2