The President's Power to Withdraw the United States from International Agreements at Present and in the Future
An uneasy equilibrium exists with respect to how the United States exits international agreements. In general, exit is easy as a matter of legal doctrine but, for important agreements, difficult as a matter of political practice. While presidents can withdraw the United States from most major international agreements, they have done so only rarely—and never yet with deep costs to the stability of our world order.
NAFTA, international trade, international agreements, NATO, presidential power
Galbraith, Jean, "The President's Power to Withdraw the United States from International Agreements at Present and in the Future" (2018). Faculty Scholarship at Penn Carey Law. 2961.