Judging Iran

A Memoir of The Hague, The White House, and Life on the Front Line of International Justice

Charles N. Brower

Judging Iran

A Memoir of The Hague, The White House, and Life on the Front Line of International Justice

Charles N. Brower

I recommend this memoir, elegantly written and highly readable, to all interested in better understanding the challenges besetting the settlement of international disputes, in particular to young lawyers aspiring to pursue a career in international litigation.

— Peter Tomka, Judge and Former President of the International Court of Justice

Judge Brower’s Judging Iran delivers on its stated purpose: it tells a gripping story about the career of a highly esteemed international lawyer, and in the process lays out and defends, with sophistication, our contemporary system of international dispute settlement.

— Sean D. Murphy, Manatt-Ahn Professor of International Law, George Washington University; Member, U.N. International Law Commission

Charles Brower’s memoir vividly portrays the power of international justice and the inestimable value of an orderly dispute resolution system for international peace and security.

— Abdulqawi Yusuf, Judge and Former President of the International Court of Justice

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