International courts and tribunals and the rule of law / John B. Bellinger III -- American public opinion on international courts and tribunals / Steven Kull and Clay Ramsay -- Arbitration and avoidance of war : the nineteenth-century American vision / Mary Ellen O'Connell -- The United States and the International Court of Justice : coping with antinomies / Sean D. Murphy -- The U.S. Supreme Court and the International Court of Justice : what does "respectful consideration" mean? / Melissa A. Waters -- U.S. attitudes toward international criminal courts and tribunals / John P. Cerone -- The United States and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights / Elizabeth A.H. Abi Mershed -- From paradox to subsidiarity : the United States and human rights treaty bodies / Tara J. Melish -- The U.S. and international claims and compensation bodies / John R. Crook -- Does the United States support international tribunals? : the case of the multilateral trade system / Jeffrey L. Dunoff -- The United States and dispute settlement under the North American Free Trade Agreement : ambivalence, frustration, and occasional defiance / David A. Gantz -- Dispute settlement under NAFTA chapter 11 : a response to the critics in the United States / Susan L. Karamanian -- The United States and international courts : getting the cost-benefit analysis right / Cesare P.R. Romano
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