What Rubin is arguing against—his blogpost is titled "The Perils of Proportionality"—are concepts enshrined in international law.
The administration has not explained how the strikes accord with international law.
International politics and international law are highly dependent on precedent.
When we think of children in terms of international law that means people under 18 years of age.
But it will not be the harbinger of territorial compromise or respect for international law.
As regards customs duties, international law does not claim the exemption of envoys therefrom.
Now what was the reason that antiquity did not know of any international law?
The property in slaves was well recognized in international law.
Higher authority than international law was pressed into the service.
As it is a new person in international law, it is entitled to full personal freedom in entering into relations with other states.