Jeanne M. Woods has published a chapter in the new text International Law and its Discontents: Confronting Crises. Published by Cambridge University Press, Woods' chapter is titled "Global Crisis and the Law of War."
The book brings together some of international law's most outspoken “discontents;” those who situate their malaise in international law itself. Their shared objective is to expose international law's complicity in the ongoing economic and financial global crises and to assess its capacity – and its will – to constructively address them.
Jeanne M. Woods currently serves as the Ted and Louana Frois Distinguished Professor of International Law Studies at Loyola, where she teaches Public International Law, The Law of International Trade, International Human Rights, and Law and Poverty.