THE SUPREME COURT AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY
- The Myth of the Balanced Court. Sunstein, Cass R. // American Prospect;Sep2007, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p28
The article focuses on the U.S. Supreme Court. It says that the court has a liberal wing, which currently includes Justices John Paul Stevens and David Stouter and a conservative wing, including Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Antonin Scalia. The author cites several changes in the court,...
- Political liberalism and establishment clause jurisprudence. Foley, Edward B. // Case Western Reserve Law Review;Spring93, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p963
Focuses on the relationship between political liberalism and establishment clause jurisprudence of the US Supreme Court. Coercion versus endorsement; Impossibility of neutrality; Political philosophy to constitutional law.
- The Implications of Crosby for Federal Exclusivity in Foreign Affairs. Golove, David M. // Berkeley Journal of International Law;2003, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p152
Presents an article about the implications of the case Crosby versus National Foreign Trade Council for federal exclusivity in foreign affairs. Reaction to the remark of Professor Spiro on the importance of the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court on the case; Discussion on an assault on the...
- The Powers of Congress and the President in International Relations: Revisited. Reisenfeld, Stefan A. // California Law Review;Jul99, Vol. 87 Issue 4, p817
Discusses the issues on which the United States Supreme Court based its decisions on three cases involving federal powers in international relations in 1936-1937. Source of the dilemma; Congressional curbs on presidential foreign relations power; Foreign relations power and international law.
- Junior Scholastic TEACHER'S GUIDE VOL. 115, NO. 10, JANUARY 7, 2013. Colbert, Clara // Junior Scholastic (Teacher's Edition);1/7/2013, Vol. 115 Issue 10, pT-1
Several quizzes are presented, including American history, the U.S. Supreme Court and international relations.
- THE MYTH OF A CONSERVATIVE SUPREME COURT: THE OCTOBER 2000 TERM. Graglia, Lino A. // Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy;Winter2003, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p281
Discusses the conservatism of the U.S. Supreme Court. Explanation on the phrase judicial activism with regard to conservatism; Role of the conservative qualities of the Supreme Court in the nature and source of constitutional law; Comparison between the liberal and conservative activism of the...
- BALANCING ACT. Harter, Nathan W. // ABA Journal;Sep91, Vol. 77 Issue 9, p58
Comments on the clamor for the restoration of an ideological balance in the United States Supreme Court. Conservative and liberal views about a balanced court; Definition of judicial conservatism; Arguments of the proponents of an ideological balance in the courts.
- The 'Judicial Philosophy' Dodge. Carter, Stephen L. // Christianity Today;Jan2006, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p66
This article considers the claim that in order to be appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court, potential justices should hold the right judicial philosophy. The author distinguishes the meaning between adjudication and legislation. According to him, conservatives tend to exalt one case and liberals...
- Coalition formation on the U.S. Supreme Court: 1969-2009. Brams, Steven; Camilo, Gustavo; Franz, Alexandra // Public Choice;Mar2014, Vol. 158 Issue 3/4, p525
We apply a fallback model of coalition formation to decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court, focusing on the seven natural courts, which had the same members for at least two terms, between 1969 and 2009. The predictions of majority coalitions on each of the courts are generally borne out by the 5-4...