Brad R. Roth
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|Brad R. Roth|
|Fields||Political Theory, International Law|
|Institutions||Wayne State University (Professor of Law, 1997–present)
University of California, Berkeley (Visiting Professor of Law, 1996–1997)
|Alma mater||University of California, Berkeley (PhD, jurisprudence and social policy, 1996)
Columbia Law School (LLM, 1992)
Harvard Law School (JD, 1987)
Swarthmore College (BA, political science, Ivy Award, 1984)
|Doctoral advisor||Martin Shapiro, Jeremy Waldron|
|Influences||Karl Marx, John Rawls|
|Notable awards||Certificate of Merit, American Society of International Law, 1999|
His research has focused on international law, political theory, and human rights. He received a B.A. from Swarthmore College, a J.D. from Harvard Law School, an LL.M. from Columbia Law School, and a PhD from the University of California at Berkeley. He has been describes as a neoconservative realist.
Brad R. Roth's books include Governmental Illegitimacy in International Law (Oxford University Press), Democratic Governance and International Law (edited with Greg Fox, Cambridge University Press), and a forthcoming book on sovereignty. In recent years, Brad Roth has advised the government of Taiwan, including President Chen Shui-bian, on issues of sovereignty and independence from China under international law.
Roth has been a strong critic of U.S. foreign policy in Nicaragua during the 70s and 80s, and supporter of Palestinian rights and a two-state solution. In recent years, he has also emerged as a strong critic of torture policies advocated by people such as John Yoo.
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- "Profile". Retrieved 22 January 2012.
- Gathii, James Thuo (1 May 2000). "Governmental Illegitmacy in International Law.(Review)". Michigan Law Review. Retrieved 8 August 2010.