Why the Supreme Court Should Rule in U.S. Foreign Affairs (Martin Flaherty)
Some argue that U.S. foreign affairs should be left to Congress and the President. But as more executive and legislative actions arise in this arena, is a judicial defense of fundamental rights needed?
“Restoring the Global Judiciary: Why the Supreme Court Should Rule in U.S. Foreign Affairs,” turns old arguments on their head, making the case for a stronger judiciary role in U.S. foreign policy. The book was penned by Martin Flaherty, a long-time visiting professor at Princeton’s Wilson School and a professor at Fordham Law School, who joins us in this episode.