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Approaching and Celebrating the Centennial

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In the early years of the millennium, the Society was engaged in a transformation process designed to strengthen its impact, and the impact of international law, on U.S. decision-makers in the judicial, legislative and executive branches of government. The transformation was much abetted by the remodelling of Tillar House. At the beginning of the new millennium, the Society established its Institute on International Law in Public Affairs, designed to intensify its efforts to move international law toward a more central place in public discourse. At the Executive Council meeting in the autumn of 2002, there was extensive discussion of outreach to the military. The Society's centennial theme, "A Just World Under Law", carried forward the Society's aspiration at its birth a hundred years earlier. In short, the American Society of International Law in its centennial year was healthy and in a position to remain so.

Keywords: Executive Council meeting; Just World Under Law; Society's centennial theme; Tillar House



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