Nicaragua v. U.S., Article 2(4) of the UN Charter, International Court of Justice
Conflict of Laws | International Law | Law
Discusses questions about U.S. policy raised by the proceedings of the Nicaragua case. Was the United States within the exercise of its "inherent right of self defense"? Was the matter a political question for resolution by the Security Council and not suitable for adjudication by the International Court of Justice?
D'Amato, Anthony, "Nicaragua and International Law: The "Academic" and the "Real"" (1985). Faculty Working Papers. Paper 135.