Foreign Affairs and the Several States, 71 Proceedings of the American Society of International Law 182 (1977)
I would like to sketch, with what must be savage brevity, a theory accommodating needs for both centralization and dispersal of powersharing in foreign affairs matters. I do not suggest that this is a theory consistently reflected in decision trends, but that it is one which might meet the complex objectives of the Republic.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Reisman, W. Michael, "Foreign Affairs and the Several States" (1977). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 720.