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Language: English. Brand new Book. America's selective self-exemption, Natsu Taylor Saito argues, undermines not only specific legal institutions and norms, but leads to a decreased effectiveness of the global rule of law. Meeting the Enemy is a pointed look at why the United States' frequent-if selective-disregard of international law and institutions is met with such high levels of approval, or at least complacency, by the American public.
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