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The Constitutional Power To Interpret International Law

Michael Stokes Paulsen

118 Yale L.J. 1762 (2009). 

What is the force of international law as a matter of U.S. law? Who determines that force? This Essay maintains that, for the United States, the U.S. Constitution is always supreme over international law. To the extent that the regime of international law yields determin…

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Commentary: How To Interpret the Constitution (and How Not To)

Michael Stokes Paulsen

115 Yale L.J. 2037 (2006)