How the Supreme Court is shaping U.S. foreign policy

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

In this week's New York Times Magazine ("When Judges Make Foreign Policy"), Harvard Law professor and author Noah Feldman breaks down what liberals and conservatives understand about international law, and whether the Geneva Conventions apply to accused terrorists. How is the Supreme Court shaping the future of international relations?
Guest: Noah Feldman, New York Times Magazine contributing writer, author and Harvard Law professor


Jesse Baker

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