America's war on terror: rattling international law with raw power?
Maogoto, Jackson Nyamuya
Subcontracting sovereignty: commodification of military force and fragmentation of state authority
The international criminal tribunal for Rwanda: a paper umbrella in the rain? Initial pitfalls and brighter prospects
The military ascent into space: from playground to battleground: the new uncertain game in the heavens
State sovereignty and international criminal law: Versailles to Rome
New frontiers, old problems: the war on terror and the notion of anticipating the enemy
War on the enemy: self-defence and state-sponsored terrorism
Rushing to break the law?: the 'Bush Doctrine' of pre-emptive strikes and the UN Charter on the use of force
War crimes and realpolitik: international justice from World War I to the 21st century
Countering terrorism: from wigged judges to helmeted soldiers - legal perspectives on America's counter-terrorism responses
Battling terrorism: legal perspectives on the use of force and the war on terror
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