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Restatement of the Law Fourth,

The Foreign Relations Law of the United States

The Restatement Fourth of U.S. Foreign Relations Law addresses the U.S. approach to three areas of foreign relations law, with limitations:

  • Treaties but not other forms of international agreements
  • U.S. views on Jurisdiction, but not generally on separation of powers or federalism
  • Sovereign Immunity, but not other immunities required or regulated by international law
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    524 pages, 2018, #1R4FRLOTV1

    Much has changed since 1987, and that is no more evident than in the world of foreign relations. Recognizing that parts of the Restatement Third were no longer a true reflection of the present state of the law, ALI decided in 2012 to begin reexamining U.S. foreign relations law. Now available, this volume of the Restatement of the Law Fourth, The Foreign Relations Law of the United States, completes the work on selected topics in jurisdiction, treaties, and sovereign immunity.