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Professor Michael Schmitt's article "Human Shields in International Law," which was originally published in 2008, has been included in the book "The Progression of International Law, edited by Professor Yoram Dinstein, former Stockton Professor, and Dr. Fania Domb. The work by the Chairman of the International Law Department marks the 40th Anniversary of the Israel Yearbook on Human Rights and consists of a selection of articles published in that journal over the past four decades. According to Professor Dinstein, the twenty-five essays were selected out of the hundreds available "based on a sense that they impressively tap the rich lode of legal research; present insightful theses for intellectual discourse and argument; and enhance the reader's knowledge and understanding." Also included in the book were pieces by numerous former Stockton Chairs -- Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg, Nick Rostow, John Murphy, Leslie Green and Yoram Dinstein. Professor Schmitt is himself a former Stockton Professor.
 
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Professor Derek S. Reveron, National Security Affairs Department and EMC Informationist Chair, published his 2011 Annual Report for the chair’s activities. The chair supports research and teaching activities that emphasize intelligence, cyber, and maritime security.
 
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