This article investigates the prospects for successful litigation in American courts to influence United States foreign policy by forcing federal government compliance with United Nations Security Council resolutions. The feasibility of such an undertaking is evaluated through a study of the foremost such effort to date, the Namibian fur seal skins case.
Thomas A. Schweitzer,
The United Nations as a Source of Domestic Law: Can Security Council Resolutions Be Enforced in American Courts?,
Yale J. Int'l L.
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