International law challenges: homeland security and combating terrorism
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Thomas McK. Sparks and Glenn M. Sulmasy, editors
Newport, R.I. : Naval War College, 2006.
- 1 online resource (xv, 434 p. ) ill.
- Shipping list no.: 2007-0159-P.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- The international dimensions of homeland security / the Honorable Ryan Stiles -- Comparative approaches to security and maritime border control / Dale Stephens -- European and German security policy and international terrorism / Torsten Stein -- The proliferation security Initiative : security vs. freedom of navigation? / Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg -- Limits on the use of force in maritime operations in support of WMD counter-proliferation initiatives / Craig H. Allen -- Is there a new law of intervention and occupation?/ Leslie C. Green -- Current issues in occupation law : 2003 civilian deaths in Baghdad / Fred Abrahams --Treatment and interrogation of detained persons / David E. Graham -- Liberation and occupation : a commander's perspective / Fabio Mini -- Military commissions : old laws for new wars / William K. Lietzau -- Military commissions : constitutional, jurisdictional, and due process requirements / Jordan J. Paust -- Military commissions kangaroo courts? / Charles Garraway -- Using force lawfully in the 21st century / David B. Rivkin, Jr. and Lee A. Casey -- The Gulf War: 1990-2004 (and still counting) / Yoram Dinstein -- The right of self-defense in the global fight against terrorism / Christoph Muller -- The legality of Operation Iraqi Freedom under international law / Michael N. Schmitt -- Debating the issues / Kenneth Roth and Robert F. Turner
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