I agree with what I understand to be Professor Katz's main thesis: that cold war disputes are presently nonjusticiable. But I dissent from his conclusion that these disputes should be considered as entirely outside the mainstream of international adjudicatory developments. His position flows, I believe, from his willingness to attribute to the differences between the main powers a uniqueness which they do not, in any general appraisal, deserve.
Cornelius F. Murphy Jr.,
The Cold War and the Peaceful Settlement of Disputes: A Comment,
Duq. L. Rev.
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