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Germany's Basic Law and the Use of Force
17 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 197 (2010)
  • Russell A Miller, Washington & Lee School of Law
Document Type
Symposium
Publication Date
7-1-2010
Abstract
The German Basic Law's Regime for the use of force is evidence of and an explanation for the deep difference between Germany and the United States on security matters. It also might say something more grand about the power of law to constrain force. Transatlantic Perspectives on Law, Security and Power: A German/American Dialogue on NATO’s 60th Anniversary, Symposium.
Citation Information
Russell A Miller. "Germany's Basic Law and the Use of Force" 17 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 197 (2010) (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/russell_miller/4/