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Responses To The Ten Questions, Gregory S. McNeal 2010 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, Gregory S. Mcneal

William Mitchell Law Review

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Responses To The Ten Questions, Mary Ellen O'Connell 2010 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, Mary Ellen O'Connell

William Mitchell Law Review

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Responses To The Ten Questions, John T. Parry 2010 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, John T. Parry

William Mitchell Law Review

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Responses To The Ten Questions, Paul R. Pillar 2010 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, Paul R. Pillar

William Mitchell Law Review

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Responses To The Ten Questions, Richard L. Russell 2010 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, Richard L. Russell

William Mitchell Law Review

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The United States Smallpox Bioterrorism Preparedness Plan: Rational Response Or Potemkin Planning, Edward P. Richards III 2010 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

The United States Smallpox Bioterrorism Preparedness Plan: Rational Response Or Potemkin Planning, Edward P. Richards Iii

William Mitchell Law Review

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Foreign Public Opinion And National Security, Dakota S. Rudesill 2010 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Foreign Public Opinion And National Security, Dakota S. Rudesill

William Mitchell Law Review

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"If You Are Reading This, You Are Engaged And Aware": Serving The Diversity Of Interests In Blogs Written By Service Members, Peter Colwell 2010 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

"If You Are Reading This, You Are Engaged And Aware": Serving The Diversity Of Interests In Blogs Written By Service Members, Peter Colwell

William Mitchell Law Review

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Developing U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy And International Law: The Approach Of The Obama Administration, Winston P. Nagan, Erin K. Slemmens 2010 University of Florida Levin College of law

Developing U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy And International Law: The Approach Of The Obama Administration, Winston P. Nagan, Erin K. Slemmens

UF Law Faculty Publications

Prior U.S. presidential administrations have developed and adhered to the nuclear weapons policy of nuclear deterrence. This policy was largely conditioned by the Cold War and the fact that the U.S. Cold War adversary was a major threat to U.S. security because of its nuclear capability. The policy of nuclear deterrence worked on the principle of mutually assured destruction. It appears to have had the effect of discouraging recourse to nuclear weapons as instruments of war. It has also been generally perceived as a position that has an uneasy relationship with conventional international law. Even before entering ...


Should Bush Administration Lawyers Be Prosecuted For Authorizing Torture?, Claire Oakes Finkelstein, Michael Lewis 2010 University of Pennsylvania

Should Bush Administration Lawyers Be Prosecuted For Authorizing Torture?, Claire Oakes Finkelstein, Michael Lewis

Faculty Scholarship

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Responses To The Ten Questions, Robert Knowles 2010 Valparaiso University School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, Robert Knowles

Law Faculty Publications

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The Choice Of Law Against Terrorism, Mary Ellen O'Connell 2010 Notre Dame Law School

The Choice Of Law Against Terrorism, Mary Ellen O'Connell

Journal Articles

The Obama administration has continued to apply the wartime paradigm first developed by the Bush administration after 9/11 to respond to terrorism. In cases of trials before military commissions, indefinite detention, and targeted killing, the U.S. has continued to claim wartime privileges even with respect to persons and situations far from any battlefield. This article argues that both administrations have made a basic error in the choice of law. Wartime privileges may be claimed when armed conflict conditions prevail as defined by international law. These privileges are not triggered by declarations or policy preferences.


The Founders, Executive Power, And Military Intervention, Christopher A. Preble 2010 Cato Institute

The Founders, Executive Power, And Military Intervention, Christopher A. Preble

Pace Law Review

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Classification Of Participants In Suicide Attacks And The Implications Of This Classification On The Severity Of The Sentence: The Israeli Experience In The Military Courts In Judea And Samaria As A Model To Other Nations, Amit Preiss, Chagai D. Vinizky 2010 Sha'arei Mishpat College of Law

Classification Of Participants In Suicide Attacks And The Implications Of This Classification On The Severity Of The Sentence: The Israeli Experience In The Military Courts In Judea And Samaria As A Model To Other Nations, Amit Preiss, Chagai D. Vinizky

Pace Law Review

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International Legality, The Use Of Military Force, And Burdens Of Persuasion: Self-Defense, The Initiation Of Hostilities, And The Impact Of The Choice Between Two Evils On The Perception Of International Legitimacy, Geoffrey Corn, Dennis Gyllensporre 2010 South Texas College of Law

International Legality, The Use Of Military Force, And Burdens Of Persuasion: Self-Defense, The Initiation Of Hostilities, And The Impact Of The Choice Between Two Evils On The Perception Of International Legitimacy, Geoffrey Corn, Dennis Gyllensporre

Pace Law Review

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Constitutionality Of Torture In A Ticking-Bomb Scenario: History, Compelling Governmental Interests, And Supreme Court Precedents, Riddhi Dasgupta 2010 University of Cambridge

Constitutionality Of Torture In A Ticking-Bomb Scenario: History, Compelling Governmental Interests, And Supreme Court Precedents, Riddhi Dasgupta

Pace Law Review

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Foreword, Kenneth M. Karas 2010 District Judge, S.D.N.Y.

Foreword, Kenneth M. Karas

Pace Law Review

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"Intelligence" Searches And Purpose: A Significant Mismatch Between Constitutional Criminal Procedure And The Law Of Intelligence-Gathering, Robert C. Power 2010 Widener University School of Law

"Intelligence" Searches And Purpose: A Significant Mismatch Between Constitutional Criminal Procedure And The Law Of Intelligence-Gathering, Robert C. Power

Pace Law Review

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Free Speech, Terrorism, And European Security: Defining And Defending The Political Community, Shawn Marie Boyne 2010 Indiana University Law School, Indianapolis

Free Speech, Terrorism, And European Security: Defining And Defending The Political Community, Shawn Marie Boyne

Pace Law Review

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John Brown's Constitution, Robert L. Tsai 2010 Boston College Law School

John Brown's Constitution, Robert L. Tsai

Boston College Law Review

It will surprise many Americans to learn that before John Brown and his men briefly captured Harpers Ferry, they authored and ratified a Provisional Constitution. This deliberative act built upon the achievements of the group to establish a Free Kansas, during which time Brown penned an analogue to the Declaration of Independence. These writings, coupled with Brown’s trial tactics after his arrest, cast doubts on claims that the man was a lunatic or on a suicide mission. Instead, they suggest that John Brown aimed to be a radical statesman, one who turned to extreme tactics but nevertheless remained committed ...


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