John Quigley


This article reviews the United States' recent practices, both executive and congressional, to assess whether they bespeak an adherence to the rule of law. The article explores two aspects of United States practice: the extent to which the United States works cooperatively through international organizations, and the frequency with which it resorts to use of armed force.





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