Can Rules Make Us Safer? International Security and the Dilemma of Rules

Sep 5, 2007

Anthony F. Lang, Jr. explores what rules can and cannot do in the war on terrorism, pointing toward a possible world order that emphasizes constitutionalism as a way to reorder international security.

Anthony F. Lang, Jr. explores what rules can and cannot do in the war on terrorism, pointing toward a possible world order that emphasizes constitutionalism as a way to reorder international security.

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