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Executive summary: Report on the resolution of outstanding property claims between Cuba and the United States
As Cuba transitions to the post-Castro era, the U.S. must consider re-engaging the island. The first step to lifting the embargo against Cuba under current U.S. law is resolution of property claims issues arising from ...
A World of Paranoia
Can sovereigns be brought to justice? The crime of genocide's evolution and the meaning of the Milosevic trial
This paper tracks the evolution of genocide from an accepted wartime practice in antiquity to an international crime today and the concommitant effort to hold sovereigns accountable for commission of genocide. The trial ...
Executive excess v. judicial process: American judicial responses to the government's war on terror
The federal government's policy responses to the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the ensuing conduct of President Bush's war on terror have thrown American civil liberty rights into disarray. Attorney General Ashcroft and Defense ...
Traveling the road to Rambouillet: Is the imposition of federalism in Kosovo pragmatic foreign policy or unwise meddling?
(Lexington Books, 2002)
This is a diplomatic history of the Rambouillet conference held to stave off war between NATO and the remnants of Yugoslavia under Slobodan Milosevic at the height of Milosevic campaign of ethnic cleansing in Kosovo against ...
Understanding September 11th -- An international legal perspective on the war in Afghanistan
America's military response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks was an invasion and occupation of Afghanistan, toppling the Taliban government and pursuing al Qaeda remnants. This action was covered by Article 51 of the U.N. ...