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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Collected Papers: V. 1. International Law and Political Reality

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ISBN13: 9789041100368
ISBN: 9041100369
Published: July 1997
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



Among the topics that D'Amato examines in these studies of the interrelationship between international law and political reality are wars and war crimes, nuclear weapons and technology, sanctions and terrorism, covert and humanitarian intervention, and group and autonomy rights.;This is the first volume in a series of collected papers.

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Contents:
Part I: The Vietnam War.
1. The War Crimes Defense.
2. The Constitution and Undeclared War.
3. A State's Challenge to the War.
4. Congress and Undeclared War.
5. The Draft Register and Undeclared War. Part II: Other Wars and Interventions.
6. The Justification of Force Short of War.
7. Sanctions.
8. Terrorism: Libya.
9. Statehood: Israel and Palestine.
10. Covert Intervention: Nicaragua.
11. Humanitarian Intervention: Panama and Grenada.
12. War Crimes: Kuwait and Bosnia.
13. Defenses to War Crimes. Part III: Nuclear Weapons and Technology.
14. The French Nuclear Tests of 1966.
15. Pre-Emptive Strikes against Nuclear Installations.
16. State Responsibility for Exporting Nuclear Power Technology. Part IV: Minority Rights.
17. Should Groups Have Rights? 18. Assyrian Autonomy.
19. Claims of Equality in South West Africa.
20. The Homelands Plan for South West Africa.