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Customary International Law: Pronouncements of States-The United States of America

Pronouncements of USA

Pronouncements of states may take the form of Department of State memoranda, letters from legal advisors, U.S. briefs, position papers and remarks. Many of these are freely available on the U.S. State Department website. You can also use digests and secondary sources to find commentary on, citations to, or the full-text of pronouncements of the state on international law.

U.S. Diplomatic Papers

Organized in reverse chronological order 

Digest of U.S. Practice in International Law

U.S. Secondary Sources