A friend of the blog has been hard at work on an event that might be of interest to Nola readers:
On March 19, 2010, the Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law will host a Symposium entitled Changing Course: The United States' Evolving Approach to International Law. The Symposium will analyze whether the Obama administration has changed the country's posture towards international law. The symposium will focus on three issues: The Copenhagen Summit on Climate Change, Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaties, and Human Rights in the War on Terror.
Eric L - whom you might recall from the time we went gallivanting around in Macau - organized the symposium to focus on the distinctions between the Bush and Obama administrations when it comes to the U.S. approach to international law.