The article explores the relationship between executive power and international law in the U.S. It notes that such a law was violated by presidents at significant moments where national security and foreign policy goals were at stake. It says that the precedence of the president's constitutional authority over international law is demonstrated by analyzing important events in military and diplomatic history of the country.

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