Sunday, August 30, 2009
My co-editor, Professor Cindy Buys at Southern Illinois University School of Law, was a guest blogger this week on Intlawgrrls. Click here to read more. In her guest post on Intlawgrrls, Cindy posits a way forward respecting U.S. obligations under international law in light of recent cases before the U.S. Supreme Court and the International Court of Justice on the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations. Another topic of current research is linkage between the ICJ Nottebohm Case (Liechtenstein v. Guatemala) (1953) and the World War II-era U.S. detention program in Latin America.