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November 18th, 2011
Episode 653 of 1286 episodes
I would disagree with those who suggest international law doesn't really matter, says Ian Hurd. If we look at what states do, they work very hard to marshal legal resources behind their foreign policy choices. They clearly care very much about being seen as following international law.