1 D’Amato, The President and International Law: A Missing Dimension, 81 AJIL 375 (1987).
2 E. ZOLLER, PEACETIME UNILATERAL REMEDIES: AN ANALYSIS OF COUNTERMEASURES (1984).
3Von Daniel v. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 623 F. Supp. 246 (D.D.C. 1985).
4 Editor’s note: On June 29, 1988, amended July 6, 1988, Judge Edmund L. Palmieri of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York decided United States v. Palestine Liberation Organization, 695 F. Supp. 1456 (S.D.N.Y. 1988), available in 1988 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 6388, in which he concluded, inter alia, that the act and the agreement “cannot be reconciled except by finding the [act] inapplicable to the PLO Observer Mission.” Id. at 25. Noting “the special responsibility which the United States has to provide access to the United Nations under the Headquarters Agreement,” id at 6, Judge Palmieri found no “clear legislative intent that Congress [in the Anti-Terrorism Act] was directing the Attorney General, the State Department or this Court to act in contravention of the Headquarters Agreement.” Id. at 23. See also 27 ILM 1055 (1988). For an interesting discussion of this issue, see the panel on the PLO Mission controversy, infra, at 534.
5 D’Amato, Trashing Customary International Law, 81 AJIL 101 (1987).
6 Boyle, International Law in Time of Crisis: From the Entebbe Raid to the Hostages Convention, 75 Nw. U.L. REV. 769 (1980).
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