How Law affects Foreign Policy

The principal ways in which law affected, or might be thought to have affected, the course of action adopted [during the Cuban missile crisis]. First, as a constraint on action; second, as a basis of justification or legitimation for action; and third, as providing organizational structures, procedures, and forums.

Abram Chayes

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