Treaties and Public Lawmaking: A Textual and Structural Defense of Non-Self-Execution, 99 Colum. L. Rev. 2218 (1999)
Presents constitutional arguments in defense of the non-self-executing treaties doctrine in the United States. Implications of congressional implementation of treaties for separation of legislative and executive power; Promotion of democratic means of creating domestic legislations; Inconsistencies in the Supremacy Clause.