Divided by Common Interests: Transatlanticism and the Future of International Law After Iraq
This article argues that the Security Council dispute between the United States and England on one hand and France and Germany on the other should not be taken to indicate any fundamental disagreement about the role of international law in the world public order.
Date of this Version
Aaron X. Fellmeth, "Divided by Common Interests: Transatlanticism and the Future of International Law After Iraq" (May 5, 2005). bepress Legal Series. bepress Legal Series.Working Paper 612.