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Edited by Raul A. “Pete” Pedrozo and Daria P. Wollschlaeger, 2011
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Table Of Contents

Introduction and Preface

Combating Terrorists: Legal Challenges in the Post-9/11 World
Nicholas Rostow

Mission Impossible? International Law and the Changing Character of War
John F. Murphy

Cyber Attacks as “Force” under UN Charter Article 2(4)
Matthew C. Waxman

Low-Intensity Computer Network Attack and Self-Defense
Sean Watts

Cyber Operations and the Jus in Bello: Key Issues
Michael N. Schmitt

Who May Be Held? Military Detention through the Habeas Lens
Robert M. Chesney

The Changing Character of the Participants in War: Civilianization of Warfighting and the Concept of “Direct Participation in Hostilities”
Charles Garraway

Direct Participation in Hostilities and the Interoperability of the Law of Armed Conflict and Human Rights Law
Françoise J. Hampson

Use of Unmanned Systems to Combat Terrorism
Raul A. “Pete” Pedrozo

New Technology and the Law of Armed Conflict
Darren M. Stewart

The Law of Armed Conflict in Asymmetric Urban Armed Conflict
David E. Graham

Lawfare Today . . . and Tomorrow
Charles J. Dunlap, Jr.

The Age of Lawfare
Dale Stephens

Warning Civilians Prior to Attack under International Law: Theory and Practice The Law of Armed Conflict in Asymmetric Urban Armed Conflict
Pnina Sharvit Baruch and Noam Neuman

The Changing Character of Public Legal Scrutiny of Operations
Rob McLaughlin

XVI Litigating How We Fight
Ashley S. Deeks

XVII Asymmetric Warfare: How to Respond?
Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg

XVIII Concluding Remarks: LOAC and Attempts to Abuse or Subvert It
Yoram Dinstein

Contributors

Index