Vol. 42 Nbr. 1-2, December 2009
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- Informal inter-sessional meeting on the crime of aggression, hosted by the Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination, Woodrow Wilson School, at the Princeton Club, New York.
- Non-paper by the chairman on the conditions for the exercise of jurisdiction.
- Non-paper by the chairman on the elements of crimes.
- Just three mistakes!(international humanitarian law)
- The consequences of unlawful preemption and the legal duty to protect the human rights of its victims.
- Magna Carta, the interstices of procedure, and Guantanamo.
- Historical perspective on Guantanamo Bay: the arrival of the high value detainees.
- Organizational culture, professional ethics and Guantanamo.
- Some observations on the future of U.S. military commissions.
- Are you there, Geneva? It's me, Guantanamo.
- The cost of indefinitely kicking the can: why continued 'prolonged' detention is no solution to Guantanamo.
- Guantanamo habeas review: are the D.C. District Court's decisions consistent with IHL internment standards?
- Guantanamo, habeas corpus, and standards of proof: viewing the law through multiple lenses.
- In pursuit of justice: prosecuting terrorism cases in the federal courts: 2009 update and recent developments.
- Not 'by all means necessary': a comparative framework for post-9/11 approaches to counterterrorism.
- Prosecuting alleged terrorists by military commission: a prudent option.
- A hybrid court for a hybrid war.
- International law and the torture memos.
- Civil liability of Bush, Cheney, et al. for torture, cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatment and forced disappearance.
- Beyond the torture memos: perceptual filters, cultural commitments, and partisan identity.
- Prosecuting Guantanamo in Europe: can and shall the masterminds of the 'torture memos' be held criminally responsible on the basis of universal jurisdiction?
- The wrongheaded and dangerous campaign to criminalize good faith legal advice.
- Sexual violence: standing by the victim.
- Ending corporate impunity: how to really curb the pillaging of natural resources.
- Perfect pitch: how U.S. sports financing and recruiting models can restore harmony between FIFA and the EU.
- Bringing the crime of aggression within the active jurisdiction of the ICC.