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A Study On The Development Of A Global Community From A Legal Perspective, Sung-Soo Han Dec 2010

A Study On The Development Of A Global Community From A Legal Perspective, Sung-Soo Han

Brigham Young University International Law & Management Review

No abstract provided.


The Iraq War: A Commander's Perspective, Michael L. Oates Dec 2010

The Iraq War: A Commander's Perspective, Michael L. Oates

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Full Volume 86: The War In Iraq: A Legal Analysis (2010) Dec 2010

Full Volume 86: The War In Iraq: A Legal Analysis (2010)

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Legal Basis For Coalition Combat Operations In Iraq, May 2003-Present, Alexandra Perina Dec 2010

Legal Basis For Coalition Combat Operations In Iraq, May 2003-Present, Alexandra Perina

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Regime Change And The Restoration Of The Rule Of Law In Iraq, Raid Juhi Al-Saedi Dec 2010

Regime Change And The Restoration Of The Rule Of Law In Iraq, Raid Juhi Al-Saedi

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Legal Bases For Military Operations In Iraq, Raul A. "Pete" Pedrozo Dec 2010

Legal Bases For Military Operations In Iraq, Raul A. "Pete" Pedrozo

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Was The 2003 Invasion Of Iraq Legal?, Andru E. Wall Dec 2010

Was The 2003 Invasion Of Iraq Legal?, Andru E. Wall

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Legal Considerations In Relation To Maritime Operations Against Iraq, Neil Brown Dec 2010

Legal Considerations In Relation To Maritime Operations Against Iraq, Neil Brown

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Detention Operations In Iraq: A View From The Ground, Brian J. Bill Dec 2010

Detention Operations In Iraq: A View From The Ground, Brian J. Bill

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


The Role Of The International Committee Of The Red Cross In Stability Operations, Laurent Colassis Dec 2010

The Role Of The International Committee Of The Red Cross In Stability Operations, Laurent Colassis

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Introduction (Volume 86) Dec 2010

Introduction (Volume 86)

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Iraq And The "Fog Of Law", John F. Murphy Dec 2010

Iraq And The "Fog Of Law", John F. Murphy

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Come The Revolution: A Legal Perspective On Air Operations In Iraq Since 2003, Charles J. Dunlap, Jr. Dec 2010

Come The Revolution: A Legal Perspective On Air Operations In Iraq Since 2003, Charles J. Dunlap, Jr.

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


The Occupation Of Iraq, Clyde J. Tate Ii Dec 2010

The Occupation Of Iraq, Clyde J. Tate Ii

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Rule Of Law Capacity Building In Iraq, Richard Pregent Dec 2010

Rule Of Law Capacity Building In Iraq, Richard Pregent

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Concluding Observations: The Influence Of The Conflict In Iraq On International Law, Yoram Dinstein Dec 2010

Concluding Observations: The Influence Of The Conflict In Iraq On International Law, Yoram Dinstein

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


The Occupation Of Iraq: A Reassessment, Eyal Benvenisti, Guy Keinan Dec 2010

The Occupation Of Iraq: A Reassessment, Eyal Benvenisti, Guy Keinan

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


The International Humanitarian Law Classification Of Armed Conflicts In Iraq Since 2003, David Turns Dec 2010

The International Humanitarian Law Classification Of Armed Conflicts In Iraq Since 2003, David Turns

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Occupation In Iraq: Issues On The Periphery And For The Future: A Rubik's Cube Problem?, George K. Walker Dec 2010

Occupation In Iraq: Issues On The Periphery And For The Future: A Rubik's Cube Problem?, George K. Walker

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


The Dark Sides Of Convergence: A Pro-Civilian Critique Of The Extraterritorial Application Of Human Rights Law In Armed Conflict, Naz K. Modirzadeh Dec 2010

The Dark Sides Of Convergence: A Pro-Civilian Critique Of The Extraterritorial Application Of Human Rights Law In Armed Conflict, Naz K. Modirzadeh

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents (Volume 86) Dec 2010

Table Of Contents (Volume 86)

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


The "Fog Of Law": The Law Of Armed Conflict In Operation Iraqi Freedom, Marc Warren Dec 2010

The "Fog Of Law": The Law Of Armed Conflict In Operation Iraqi Freedom, Marc Warren

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Counterinsurgency And Stability Operations: A New Approach To Legal Interpretation, Dale Stephens Dec 2010

Counterinsurgency And Stability Operations: A New Approach To Legal Interpretation, Dale Stephens

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Mugged Twice?: Payment Of Ransom On The High Seas, Lawrence Rutkowski, Bruce G. Paulsen, Jonathan D. Stoian Dec 2010

Mugged Twice?: Payment Of Ransom On The High Seas, Lawrence Rutkowski, Bruce G. Paulsen, Jonathan D. Stoian

American University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Rejecting Refugees: Homeland Security's Administration Of The One-Year Bar To Asylum, Philip G. Schrag, Andrew I. Schoenholtz, Jaya Ramji-Nogales, James P. Dombach Dec 2010

Rejecting Refugees: Homeland Security's Administration Of The One-Year Bar To Asylum, Philip G. Schrag, Andrew I. Schoenholtz, Jaya Ramji-Nogales, James P. Dombach

William & Mary Law Review

Since 1980, the Refugee Act has offered asylum to people who flee to the United States to escape persecution in their homeland. In 1996, however, Congress amended the law to bar asylum—regardless of the merits of the underlying claim—for any applicant who fails to apply within one year of entering the United States, unless the applicant qualifies for one of two exceptions to the rule.

In the years since the bar was established, anecdotal reports have suggested that genuine refugees, with strong claims to asylum, have been rejected solely because of the deadline. Many scholars and practitioners suspected that this …


Professionalism In Corrections And The Need For External Scrutiny: An International Overview, Andrew Coyle Nov 2010

Professionalism In Corrections And The Need For External Scrutiny: An International Overview, Andrew Coyle

Pace Law Review

No abstract provided.


November Roundtable: Multiculturalism And Integration Introduction Nov 2010

November Roundtable: Multiculturalism And Integration Introduction

Human Rights & Human Welfare

An annotation of:

“Germany's Integration Blinkers. What's So Bad About Parallel Societies?” by Henryk M. Broder, Spiegel Online, November 20, 2010

and

“Angela Merkel: German Multiculturalism has Utterly Failed,” by Matthew Weaver, The Guardian, October 17, 2010


A Protection Post-Mortem On The "Death" Of Multiculturalism In Germany, Erin Mooney Nov 2010

A Protection Post-Mortem On The "Death" Of Multiculturalism In Germany, Erin Mooney

Human Rights & Human Welfare

Noticeably absent from the recent pronouncements of the “death” of multiculturalism in Germany, including Chancellor Angela Merkel’s own conclusion that the policy had “utterly failed,” has been any interest to seriously examine, let alone address, the reasons for such a failure.


Multiculturalism And The Struggle Of National Normative Challenges, Marc Alexander C. Gionet Nov 2010

Multiculturalism And The Struggle Of National Normative Challenges, Marc Alexander C. Gionet

Human Rights & Human Welfare

Globalization has not translated into a set of universal monolithic values. As populations relocate for various reasons, increasingly less effort is required not only to stay connected, but to remain within the home community via satellite television, radio, telecommunications, and locally concentrated diaspora. Henryk M. Broder has described such a phenomenon as the development of “ parallel societies, ” which result from immigrants’ failure or lack of interest in integrating into a host community. The question that many commentators have attempted to answer is: does the development of parallel societies, or even additional cultural diversity, represent a threat or a …


Citizenship, Rights, And Culture, Alison Brysk Nov 2010

Citizenship, Rights, And Culture, Alison Brysk

Human Rights & Human Welfare

Shortly after German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s repudiation of multiculturalism, the Soros Foundation announced the winners of its Fellowships for New Americans—an award for graduate study for foreign-born students whose career paths show initiative, accomplishment, and “commitment to the values expressed in the U.S. Constitution.” Dozens of America’s best and brightest are pursuing degrees in law, medicine, public policy, business, and the arts that will immensely enrich our national and global communities.