United States Foreign Relations Law: Executive agreements
Michael J. Glennon, Thomas M. Franck
Oceana Publications, Jan 1, 1980 - United States - 474 pages
This set examines treaty and war powers, foreign trade laws, antiboycott legislation, arms export controls, terrorism and foreign development assistance. Also included is published and unpublished Congressional documentation.
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