This Reply proceeds as follows. Part I outlines the argument of the Nzelibe and Yoo paper. Part II considers their principal-agent analysis in the context of the American political system. Part III elaborates on the "democratic peace" literature, demonstrating that it does not support the conclusions that they draw. Part IV addresses the argument that we are in a new strategic situation, such that old rules ought not apply. Part V concludes.
Paul F. Diehl & Tom Ginsburg,
Irrational War and Constitutional Design: A Reply to Professors Nzelibe and Yoo,
Mich. J. Int'l L.
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