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Why Sovereignty Matters

Rabkin, Jeremy

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ISBN 10: 0844771171 / ISBN 13: 9780844771175
Published by The AEI Press, Washington, DC, 1998
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Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. xi, [1], 159, [5] p. Notes This is one of the AEI Studies on Global Environmental Policy. Sovereign nations submit their domestic policies to international agreements and supranational institutions. This text warns that international regulation could distort the US constitutional system, and argues for reviving the traditional American view on international agreements and treaties. This book is an argument for reviving the traditional American view on the proper role of international commitments. The Framers considered that there were limites on what mattera a treaty could address, and what questions the law of nationals could settle. One of the centeral problems with international commitments is that they tend to transfer decisionmaking power away from the visible anda ccountable froums into the hand of foreign policy specialists in the executive branch. Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Bookseller Inventory # 65920

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Title: Why Sovereignty Matters

Publisher: The AEI Press, Washington, DC

Publication Date: 1998

Binding: Trade paperback

Edition: First edition. First printing [stated].

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Sovereign nations submit their domestic policies to international agreements and supranational institutions. This text warns that international regulation could distort the US constitutional system, and argues for reviving the traditional American view on international agreements and treaties.

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