Franck, Thomas Martin
FRANCK, Thomas Martin
FRANCK, Thomas Martin. American (born Germany), b. 1931. Genres: International relations/Current affairs, Law, Politics/Government. Career: Professor of Law, School of Law, and Director, Center for International Studies, 1965-, New York University, NYC; on leave from NYU: Director of Research, U. N. Institute for Training and Research, 1980-82. Director, International Law Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1975-79 (Acting Director, 1973-75); Visiting Professor Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Toronto, 1972-76. Publications: Race and Nationalism, 1960; (co-author) The Role of the United Nations in the Congo, 1963; (co-author) African Law, 1963; East African Unity Through Law, 1964; Comparative Constitutional Process, 1968; The Structure of Impartiality, 1968; (co-author) A Free Trade Association, 1968; (co-author) Why Federations Fail, 1968; (co-author) Word Politics: Verbal Strategy Among the Superpowers, 1971; (co-ed.) Secrecy and Foreign Policy, 1974; (co-author) Resignation in Protest, 1975; (co-author) Foreign Policy by Congress, 1979; (co-author) U.S. Foreign Relations Law, vols. I-III, 1980-81, vols. IV-V, 1984; The Tethered Presidency, 1981; Human Rights in Third World Perspective, 3 vols., 1982; Nation against Nation, 1985; Judging the World Court, 1986; Foreign Relations and National Security Law, 1987, 2nd ed. 1993; The Power of Legitimacy among Nations, 1990; Political Questions/Judicial Answers, 1992; Fairness in the International Legal and Institutional Systems, 1993; Fairness in International Law and Institutions, 1995; (co-author) International Law Decisions in National Courts, 1996.