Since the title for this panel is "Presidential Uses of Force and Other Sanction Strategies," I will begin with "other sanction strategies" – that is, other than use of force. I would rather not be cast in the role of the dove on the panel to comment on illegitimacy of uses of force (presidential or otherwise), because I do not want to rule out or necessarily oppose presidential uses of force for counter-terrorism purposes in all circumstances. Indeed, I find myself in considerable agreement with Professor Reisman's lecture. Although I have disagreed with some of his writings and positions on uses of force in other contexts, I share a large measure of support for the positions he has articulated today. Thus, I will focus on other nonforcible legal strategies.
International Law | Law | Military, War, and Peace
Lori F. Damrosch,
Sanctions Against Perpetrators of Terrorism,
Hous. J. Int'l L.
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