Gartner article published in Alabama Law Review

Associate professor David Gartner’s article, “Foreign Relations, Strategic Doctrine and Presidential Power,” was published in the Alabama Law Review.

The article offers a third option to the debate over whether the president inherited great power from the founders of the country or that there was a significant shift in the balance of power over foreign relations after World War II. Gartner contends that the president gained significant power during the decade after the Spanish-American War.

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Gartner teaches constitutional law, international institutions, foreign relations law and global health law and policy. His current research focuses on the role of innovative international institutions and non-state actors in shaping international law and the response to global challenges in areas such as global health, development, education and the environment. He is a Nonresident Fellow at the Brookings Institution and a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Before joining the faculty, Gartner was a Fellow at the Brookings Institution and a Visiting Scholar at Harvard University’s Program in Ethics and Health.`