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What is Foreign Relations Law? Curtis A. Bradley Five Conceptions of the Function of Foreign Relations LawCampbell Mclachlan Foreign Relations Law: Comparison as InventionKaren Knop Comparative Foreign Relations Law: A National Constitutions PerspectiveTom Ginsburg A Comparative Foreign Relations Law Agenda: Opportunities and ChallengesOona A. Hathaway The Constitutional Allocation of Executive And Legislative Power Over Foreign Relations: A SurveyJenny S. Martinez Executive Power in Foreign Affairs: The Case for Inventing a Mexican Foreign Relations LawAlejandro Rodiles Separation of Powers, Treaty-Making, and Treaty Withdrawal: A Global SurveyPierre-Hugues Verdier and Mila Versteeg International Agreements and U.S. Foreign Relations Law: Complexity in ActionJean Galbraith International Treaties and The German ConstitutionStefan Kadelbach The Current Practice of Making and Applying International Agreements in JapanTadaatsu Mori Spanish Foreign Relations Law and the Process for Making Treaties and other International AgreementsCarlos Espósito Incorporation and Implementation of Treaties in South KoreaJaemin Lee Making Treaties and Other International Agreements: The European UnionMarise Cremona Foreign Affairs Federalism in the United StatesErnest A. Young Federalism and Foreign Affairs in CanadaCharles-Emmanuel Côté Foreign Affairs Federalism in SwitzerlandRoland Portmann Federalism and Foreign Affairs in IndiaAnamika Asthana and Happymon Jacob Foreign Affairs Federalism in the European UnionRobert Sch࿂tze Treaty Exit and Intrabranch Conflict at the Interface of International and Domestic LawLaurence R. Helfer Constitutionalism and Internationalism: U.S. Participation in International InstitutionsPaul B. Stephan Engagement and Disengagement with International Institutions: The U.K. PerspectivePaul Craig International Integration and its counter-Limits: A German Constitutional PerspectiveAndreas L. Paulus and Jan-Henrik Hinselmann State Engagement with Treaties: Interactions between International and Domestic LawHannah Woolaver Regional Organizations’ Relations with International Institutions: The EU and ASEAN ComparedJoris Larik Treaty Self-Execution as “Foreign” Foreign Relations LawDuncan B. Hollis and Carlos M. Vázquez The Domestic Application of International Law in British CourtsShaheed Fatima Q.C. The Domestic Application of International Law in CanadaGib Van Ert International law in Israeli CourtsAmichai Cohen International law in Japanese CourtsHiromichi Matsuda International Law in Chinese CourtsCongyan Cai Domestic Application of International Law in Latin AmericaRené Urueña Foreign Relations Law in the Constitutions and Courts of Commonwealth African CountriesErnest Yaw Ako and Richard Frimpong Oppong The Application of International Law by the Court of Justice of the European UnionMario Mendez International Immunities in U.S. LawDavid P. Stewart International Immunities in English LawPhilippa Webb South African Law on ImmunitiesHennie Strydom Jurisdictional Immunities, Constitutional Values, and System ClosuresAndrea Bianchi International Comity in Comparative PerspectiveWilliam S. Dodge Crown and Foreign acts of State Before British Courts: Rahmatullah, Belhaj, and the Separation of PowersEirik Bjorge and Cameron Miles Techniques for Regulating Military ForceMonica Hakimi U.S. War Powers and the Potential Benefits of ComparativismCurtis A. Bradley The USE of Military Force by the United Kingdom: The Evolution of AccountabilityKatja S. Ziegler Military Operations Abroad Under the German Basic LawAnne Peters Using Military Force and Engaging in Collective Security: The Case of FranceMathias Forteau Decisions in Japan to use Military Force or Participate in Multinational Peacekeeping OperationsTadashi Mori