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Edited by Michael JN. Schmitt, 2000
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Table of Contents

Foreword, Introduction, Preface

The Normative Framework of Internaitonal Humanitarian Law: Overlaps, Gaps, and Ambiguities
M. Cherif Bassiouni

The Westphalian Peace Tradition in International Law: From Jus ad Bellum to Jus contra Bellum
Ove Bring

Properly Speaking, Only Celestial Bodies Have Been Reserved for Use Exclusively for Peaceful (Non-Military) Purposes, but Not Outer Void Space
Bin Cheng

On Genocide
Anthony D'Amato

The Initiation, Suspension, and Termination of War
Yoram Dinstein

Legal Issues of Multinational Military Units: Tasks and Missions, Statinging Law, Command and Control
Dieter Fleck

International Law and the Conduct of Military Operations: Stocktaking at the Start of a New Millennium
Christopher Greenwood

Naval Blockade
Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg

Dispute Settlement under the 1997 Convention on the Law of the Non-Navigational Uses of International Watercourses
Ruth Lapidoth

The History and Status of the International Criminal Court
Howard S. Levie

The Charter of the United Nations as a World Constitution
Ronald St. J. Macdonald

International Humanitarian Law from Agincourt to Rome
Theodor Meron

Legal Implications of NATO's Armed Intervention in Kosovo
Ved P. Nanda

Making Law of War Treaties: Lessons from Submarine Warfare Regulation
W. Hays Parks

Antecedents of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court Revisited
Shabtai Rosenne

The International Criminal Court: A Skeptical Analysis
Afred P. Rubin

Chivalry in the Air? Article 42 of the 1977 Protocol I to the Geneva Conventions
Robbie Sabel

The Law of Armed Conflict as Soft Power: Optimizing Strategic Choice
Michael N. Schmitt

Jus Pacis ac Belli? Prolegomena to a Sociology of International Law
Georg Schwarzenberger

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UN Forces and International Humanitarian Law
Paul C. Szasz

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UN Forces and International Humanitarian Law
Paul C. Szasz

The Rome Statute on the International Criminal Court - Universal Jurisdiciton or State Consent - To Make or Break the Package Deal
Sharon A. Williams

Appendix

Contributors

Index