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Recent Books by Stuart Malawer Distinguished Service Professor of Law & International Trade, George Mason University. U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY LAW – Sourcebook of Cases, Laws, Treaties & Documents. (Wm S. Hein & Co. 2009).

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Recent Books by Stuart Malawer

Distinguished Service Professor of Law & International Trade,

George Mason University

U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY LAW – Sourcebook of Cases, Laws, Treaties & Documents. (Wm S. Hein & Co. 2009)

WTO LAW & LITIGATION – Sourcebook of Internet Material. (Wm S. Hein & Co. 2007)

ISBN 978-0-8377-1787-6

ISBN 978-0-8377-1408-0

Dr. Stuart S. Malawer


Reviews of national security law
Reviews of National Security Law

  • Senator Patrick Leahy, Chairman, Senate Judiciary Committee, U.S. Senate -- Stuart Malawer has studied the problems of national security law in a depth matched by few.  His work is extraordinarily helpful to those who must deal with this on a daily basis. It is a fast changing field of jurisprudence, and as the Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, I know how much time is taken in keeping up with the changes.  Dr. Malawer has provided an extremely helpful guide for all of us.

  • Dr. Stephen P. Gibert, Professor Emeritus of Government & Founding Director of the National Security StudiesProgram, Georgetown University -- We all owe a great debt to Professor Malawer for the Herculean effort to make available such a vast repository of knowledge for decision-makers who will have to grapple with myriad issues and to the general public looking for guidance in a confusing world. There is indeed no comparable volume to this collection; surely to remain a valuable reference work and sourcebook for years to come.

  • Gerald L. Baliles, Governor of Virginia (1986-1989) and Director of the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia -- Stuart Malawer has offered an informative and a very useful volume for scholars, students and practitioners alike. It is informative because the book contains case materials, laws, treaties, and documents. It is useful because all of this can be found in one place - “one-stop shopping,” as it were. I wish this collection of vital information had existed much earlier, when I was heavily engaged in providing legal advice and counsel to those involved in international trade, aviation and transportation matters. Stuart Malawer brings to this important work a magical blend of scholarship and practical experience. There is nothing quite like his work – U.S. National Security Law – and I commend it to anyone interested in or involved with legal matters relating to the U.S. national security arena.

Dr. Stuart S. Malawer


Reviews of wto law litigation
Reviews of WTO Law & Litigation.

  • Mike Moore, Director-General of the WTO (1999 – 2002) --  This outstanding sourcebook of Internet documents on WTO law and the dispute resolution system is a tremendous undertaking. It is long-overdue and will be invaluable to governments and professionals worldwide. Its comparative and institutional focus as well as its inclusion of interdisciplinary information on issues of law, trade and politics from a range of member states is a significant undertaking. Its reliance on material available on the Internet provides evidence of the growth of the historical revolution in information and communications technology that coincides with the birth and growth of the WTO itself. The interpretation and application of WTO trade law, litigation and policy is as complex as it is vital to all participants in the global trading system. To the extent that this work significantly assists in this global process, we all owe a great debt of gratitude to Dr. Stuart Malawer of George Mason University.

  • Peter S. Watson, formerly served as Chairman, United States International Trade Commission and as President, Overseas Private Investment Corporation -- As a former Chairman of the United States International Trade Commission it is great news that Professor Stuart S. Malawer of George Mason University has produced this outstanding sourcebook of hard to find laws and related policy documents concerning the WTO’S litigation process, focusing on the United States and other major trading countries. Locating these documents on the World Wide Web is a daunting task. It takes the skill of a highly trained and experienced international lawyer and international relationist as well as a technology savvy professional.

  • Don Wallace, Jr., Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center, and Chairman, International Law Institute, Washington, D.C. -- This well indexed work, with a complete table of contents, is a vast compendium of materials. It provides sources, and insights, which the growing community of international trade litigators will find of great use. 

Dr. Stuart S. Malawer


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