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University of Michigan Law School

1994

Military, War, and Peace

War

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War Powers: An Essay On John Hart Ely's War And Responsibility: Constitutional Lessons Of Vietnam And Its Aftermath, Philip Bobbitt May 1994

War Powers: An Essay On John Hart Ely's War And Responsibility: Constitutional Lessons Of Vietnam And Its Aftermath, Philip Bobbitt

Michigan Law Review

A Review of War and Responsibility: Constitutional Lessons of Vietnam and its Aftermath by John Hart Ely


Executive Detention In Time Of War, Richard A. Posner May 1994

Executive Detention In Time Of War, Richard A. Posner

Michigan Law Review

A Review of In the Highest Degree Odious: Detention Without Trial in Wartime Britain by A.W. Brian Simpson


Perspectives On The Gulf War, Majid Khadduri Jan 1994

Perspectives On The Gulf War, Majid Khadduri

Michigan Journal of International Law

Review of Crisis in the Gulf: Enforcing the Rule of Law by John Norton Moore, and The Gulf Conflict, 1990-1991: Diplomacy and War in the New World Order by Lawrence Freedman and Efraim Karsh


Problems And Prospects For The Kurdish Struggle For Self-Determination After The End Of The Gulf And Cold Wars, Richard Falk Jan 1994

Problems And Prospects For The Kurdish Struggle For Self-Determination After The End Of The Gulf And Cold Wars, Richard Falk

Michigan Journal of International Law

At a dinner in Istanbul with Kurdish journalists and academicians in early 1992, a young sociologist told the author that he had just finished a survey of Kurdish attitudes toward different solutions to the Kurdish problem. His principal finding was that Kurds living in the Middle East were generally in favor of modest solutions within the boundaries of existing States, while Kurds living in exile were overwhelmingly in support of the establishment of a single sovereign State, to be called Kurdistan, that would provide a homeland for all Kurdish people. Whether or not the study would satisfy social science standards ...