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Jeremy Rabkin

Jeremy Rabkin is a Professor of Law at George Mason University School of Law. Before joining the faculty in June 2007, he was a Professor of Government at Cornell University for 27 years.  A member of the board of directors of the Center for Individual Rights, he is also the author most recently of Law Without Nations?: Why Constitutional Government Requires Sovereign States (Princeton University Press).

Articles found on this site:
Liberty or Death
By: Jeremy Rabkin
Posted: November 11, 2016
This article appeared in: Volume XVI, Number 4, Fall 2016

Believers of limited government should take heart. 

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This Means War
By: Jeremy Rabkin
Posted: October 30, 2014
This article appeared in: Vol. XIV, Number 4, Fall 2014

A review of Point of Attack: Preventive War, International Law, ...

 
A Broadside for Liberty
By: Jeremy Rabkin
Posted: August 12, 2014
This article appeared in: Vol. XIV, Number 3, Summer 2014
A review of Terms of Engagement: How Our Courts Should Enforce the Constitution’s Promise of Limited Government, by Clark M. Neily III In the Wall Street Journal, Randy Barnett, a libertarian professor at Georgetown Law School, hailed Clark Neily’s Terms of Engagement as &ldquo...
 
A CRB Discussion of Crimea and International Law
By: Jeremy Rabkin, Angelo M. Codevilla, Paul Pillar
Posted: June 30, 2014
Jeremy Rabkin’s Claremont Review of Books essay, “A More Dangerous World,” examines Russia’s aggressive actions in the Crimea. Two other scholars of international relations, Angelo M. Codevilla and Paul R. Pillar, have accepted our invitation to join Prof. Rabkin in examining...
 
Taking Globalism Seriously Or Not
By: Jeremy Rabkin
Posted: October 21, 2013
This article appeared in: Vol. XIII, Number 3 - Summer 2013

A review of Governing the World: The History of an Idea, by Mark Mazower

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The Spirit of the Law
By: Jeremy Rabkin
Posted: January 14, 2013
This article appeared in: Vol. XII, Number 4 - Fall 2012

A review of America's Unwritten Constitution: The Precedents and Principles We Live By, by Akhil Reed Amar

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A CRB discussion of Saving the Constitution
By: Jean M. Yarbrough, Bradley C.S. Watson, Michael M. Uhlmann, Jeremy Rabkin, John Marini, James W. Ceaser
Posted: December 12, 2012
The Spring 2012 issue of the Claremont Review of Books featured two cover essays, one titled "Abandoning the Constitution," in which John Marini analyzes America's departure from constitutional government, and the other "Restoring the Constitution," in which James W...
 
The Limits of Justice
By: Jeremy Rabkin
Posted: January 31, 2012
This article appeared in: Vol. XII, Number 1 - Winter 2011/12

A review of The Nuremberg Military Tribunals and the Origins of International Criminal Law, by Kevin Jon Heller and The International Criminal Court: Europe's Guantanamo Bay? by David Hoile.

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So Sorry
By: Jeremy Rabkin
Posted: January 10, 2011
This article appeared in: Vol. X, Number 4 - Fall 2010

A review of The Sins of the Nation and the Ritual of Apologies, by Danielle Celermajer.

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UNserious
By: Jeremy Rabkin
Posted: March 3, 2010
This article appeared in: Vol. X, Number 1, Winter - 2009/10

Reviewing the intellectual history of international institutions.

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Leafing Through Old Books
By: Jeremy Rabkin
Posted: October 9, 2008
This article appeared in: Vol. VIII, Number 4 - Fall 2008

How do we know Barack Obama hasn't secretly been reading Pufendorf?

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Forging a Nation
By: Jeremy Rabkin
Posted: June 20, 2007
This article appeared in: Vol. VII, Number 2 - Spring 2007

The Civil War and the way that America has come to see itself.

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Books in Brief
By: Jeremy Rabkin
Posted: March 20, 2007
This article appeared in: Vol. VI, Number 3 - Summer 2006
The Future of the United Nations: Understanding the Past to Chart a Way Forward by Joshua Muravchik Joshua Muravchik has compiled a calm, well-documented, depressing survey of the United Nations' performance, concentrating on the last 15 years, which indicts the organization as hopelessl...
 
Continental Drift
By: Jeremy Rabkin
Posted: November 7, 2005
This article appeared in: Vol. V, Number 4 - Fall 2005

Why Europe is not a union.

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The Lesser Evil is Not Good Enough
By: Jeremy Rabkin
Posted: January 25, 2005
This article appeared in: Vol. V, Number 1 - Winter 2004/05

A review of The Lesser Evil: Political Ethics in an Age of Terror, by Michael Ignatieff

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No Miracle In San Francisco
By: Jeremy Rabkin
Posted: October 13, 2004
This article appeared in: Vol. IV, Number 3 - Summer 2004

Examining the creation of the United Nations and its future usefulness.

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In the Looking Glass
By: Jeremy Rabkin
Posted: December 1, 2003
This article appeared in: Vol. IV, Number 1 - Winter 2003/04

O'Connor offers her reflections on the law.

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Equal Justice
By: Jeremy Rabkin
Posted: July 10, 2014
This article appeared in: ,

A review of Equality Under the Constitution—Reclaiming the 14th Amendment, by Judith A. Baer

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