"What is to be done? Treat the rule of law 'as an asset, not an obstacle,' the authors conclude. A resounding argument contra administration policy, more effectively stated than Alan Dershowitz's recent Preemption (2006)."
Call it speculation on disaster, the administration's policy of guessing where future threats lie and then impinging, imprisoning, invading. That policy, argue Cole (Law/Georgetown Univ.) and Lobel (Law/Univ. of Pittsburgh), is a failure.
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