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Edited by Alberto Coll, 1995
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Table of Contents

Foreword and Preface

Unconventional Warfare, Liberal Democracies, and International Order
Alberto R. Coll

Low-Intensity Conflict and The International Legal System
John Norton Moore

State Sovereignty, International Law, and the Use of Force in Countering Low-Intensity Aggression in the Modern World
Robert F. Turner

Low-Intensity Conflict and State Sovereignty: A Philosophical Analysis
Fernando R. Teson

Commentary on Fernando R. Teson's "Low Intensity Conflict and State Sovereignty: A Philosophical Analysis"
Terry Nardin

Panel Discussion: International Law and State Sovereignty
W. Michael Reisman

Just War Tradition and Low-Intensity Conflict
James Turner Johnson

Arbiter Mundi? Commentary on James Turner Johnson's "Just War Tradition and Low-intensity Conflict"
Francis X. Winters

Just War Doctrine's Complementary Role in the International Law of War
William V. O'Brien

Commentary on William V. O'Brien's "Just War Doctrine's Complementary Role in the International Law of War"
William G. Eckhardt

Panel Discussion: The Just War Tradition
Alberto R. Coll

Low-Intensity Conflict in the Post-Cold War World: The American Moral-Cultural Environment
George Weigel

American Strategic Culture in Small Wars
Carnes Lord

Panel Discussion: Domestic U.S. Constraints on Low-Intensity Conflict
RADM Bruce Harlow

Roundtable Discussion
Alberto R. Coll

Can American Democracy Employ Covert Action as an Instrument of Statecraft?
Alberto R. Coll and Richard H. Shultz, Jr.

Editors and Contributors

Index