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events and problems with which he and we are currently involved. Repeatedly it seems that by the time a policy question reaches center stage, Moynihan has written a book on the subject. On the Low of Nations1 appeared last faD in time for the Gulf crisis, and the new U.N. role, the new world order (i.e., in time for this season's discussions of international law and the use of force). But the opinions expressed in this book are not as fashionable as they seemed before the Gulf War. On the Law of Nations is simultaneously a harsh, partisan attack that seeks to criminalize the actions of the Reagan administration, actions of which Moynihan disapproves, and a sweeping commentary on international law and organizations. Moynihan moves easily about in American history, noting this or that president's attitude toward this or that matter of constitutional or international law. He comments on so many subjects so briefly, that it is difficult to

 
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[ACADEMIC] World Affairs (1991)
 



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