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Nuclear Weapons And The World Court: The Icj's Advisory Opinion And Its Significance For U.S. Strategic Doctrine, Robert F. Turner Dec 1998

Nuclear Weapons And The World Court: The Icj's Advisory Opinion And Its Significance For U.S. Strategic Doctrine, Robert F. Turner

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Full Volume 72: Law Of Military Operations Liber Amicorum Dec 1998

Full Volume 72: Law Of Military Operations Liber Amicorum

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Clipped Wings: Effective And Legal No-Fly Zone Rules Of Engagement, Michael N. Schmitt Dec 1998

Clipped Wings: Effective And Legal No-Fly Zone Rules Of Engagement, Michael N. Schmitt

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


The New Normativity: The Abuse Excuse And The Resurgence Of Judgment In The Criminal Law, Victoria Nourse Apr 1998

The New Normativity: The Abuse Excuse And The Resurgence Of Judgment In The Criminal Law, Victoria Nourse

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

This article reviews Moral Judgment: Does the Abuse Excuse Threaten Our Legal System? by James Q. Wilson (1997).

There is growing interest within the academy in reviving the "normative" in criminal law scholarship. Enter a recent book, Moral Judgment, by the distinguished criminologist James Q. Wilson. Professor Wilson's work prompts the question: What is meant by the term ''judgment"? Considering three different models--judgment as community, judgment as character, and judgment as critique--this review argues that Professor Wilson's idea of judgment both departs from the "new normativity" in existing scholarship and shows how easily ''judgment" may stand in for ...