Roundtable Series on the Rule of Law and U.S. Foreign Policy

Taking place in New York, this series serves as a venue for policymakers, scholars, legal professionals, and journalists to exchange ideas and reach conclusions on issues at the intersection of law and United States foreign policy. Particular attention is given to matters of international legal policy involving the rule of law.

Publications

Meetings

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The Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process and the Disappointing March to Statehood

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A Conversation with the Chief Prosecutor of United States Military Commissions

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Current Treaty Issues in the U.S. Senate

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The End of Geography? (The World Looks Different from Geneva than New York)

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Foreign Direct Investment Regulation and National Security

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Smart Financial Power and National Security

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U.S. Policy Toward the International Criminal Court

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U.S. Counterterrorism Law and Policy in Transition

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Democracy, Rule of Law, and Human Rights in 21st Century International Relations

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International Law Challenges for the Obama Administration

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Engaging from Strength: International Institutions and the Iran Question

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A Conversation with Benjamin Wittes

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