International Law and the Trump Administration:
A Live Online Briefing Series
For generations, across administrations of both political parties, the United States has played a central role in the creation of international legal structures, including treaties, regional agreements, and institutions, that have helped promote prosperity, stability, and the peaceful resolution of disputes within the international community.
The policy choices made by the U.S. government over the coming months will have major implications for a range of vital international legal issues. The series will bring together leading experts in the field to provide concise, nonpartisan background and perspectives on these issues.
Saturday, January 28, 2017
ASIL: 100 Days - A Live Online Briefing Series
The American Society of International Law is sponsoring "100 Days - A Live Online Briefing Series." The first session - on "The Future of International Agreements" - is scheduled for this coming Wednesday, February 1, 2017. Here's the idea: