A lecture on lessons learned from the Bush Administration's treatment of international law, on issues such as the establishment of the International Criminal Court, the treatment of terrorist suspects at Guantanamo, and the war in Iraq. Part of the Fall 2008 Lessons Learned Series sponsored by the Program in Public Law.
Recorded on November 09, 2008.
Lecture titled: Lessons Learned: The Bush Administration & International Law.
Appearing: Curtis A. Bradley (Duke University School of Law), speaker.
Related paper: Curtis A. Bradley, The Bush Administration and International Law: Too Much Lawyering and Too Little Diplomacy, 4 Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy 57-76 (2009). Available at: http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/djclpp/vol4/iss1/6/