CUA Law Professor Marshall Breger spoke on a panel at the Permanent Neutrality: A Model for Peace, Security, and Justice Conference on March 25, 2019, in Washington, D.C. The conference was sponsored by the CUA Institute of Policy Research.
Permanent Neutrality: A Model for Peace, Security, and Justice
10:00 am - 11:00 am | Panel 2: Neutrality & International Law
During the long nineteenth century, neutrality became an integral part of International Law. This panel will explore the progress of neutrality as a practical policy and analyze the changing nature of the rights and duties of neutrals on land and on the sea. What are the implications for the Post-WWII American-led liberal world order? How did the concept move from the realm of strategy to that of law and was it successful? Can modern neutrals still build upon the provisions of old or are those days gone?
- Marshall Breger (Moderator) Professor Columbus School of Law, Catholic University of America
- Ruth Wedgewood Professor of International Law and Diplomacy, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
- Terrence Hopmann Professor of International Relations, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
- Stephen Neff Professor of War and Peace, University of Edinburgh
- Herbert Reginbogin Fellow, Institute of Policy Research, Catholic University of America