Restatement of the Law Third. Foreign Relations of the United States. Chief Reporter: Louis Henkin, Columbia University School of Law; Associate Reporters: Andreas F. Lowenfeld, New York University School of Law; Louis B. Sohn, University of Georgia School of Law; Detlev F. Vagts, Harvard Law School. American Law Institute, 1987. 2 Volumes. 641; 561 pages. Hardcover. [with] 2018 supplementary pamphlet. Ex-library with shelf location labels at foot of spines and property stamps, else good condition. Publisher's Price USD 173. Special $50. * Consists of international law as it applies to the United States, and domestic law that has substantial impact on the foreign relations of the United States or has other important international consequences. For the most part, the domestic component of the law restated in the book is federal law, deriving mainly from the Constitution, acts of Congress, and judicial decisions. The international law restated stems largely from customary international law and international agreements to which the United States is a party.
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