98 Am. J. Int'l L. [iii] (2004)
Table of Contents - Issue 1

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VOL. 98

January 2004

Controlling the Use of Force: A Role for Human Rights Norms in
Contemporary Armed Conflict                                Kenneth Watkin
Increasingly, the use of force during armed conflict is being assessed through
the perspective of human fights law, as a result of the overlap between the
paradigms of criminal law enforcement and international humanitarian law.
Situations of noninternational armed conflict, occupation, and terrorism are
especially suited to the application, with some adjustment, of the better devel-
oped human rights accountability principles to ensure that there are no gaps
in humanitarian protection.

Oscar Schachter (1915-2003)

Lori Fisler Damrosch

Agora: The United States Constitution and International Law
Editors' Introduction             Lori Fisler Damrosch and Bernard H. Oxman
International Law as Part of Our Law                  Harold Hongju Koh
Misusing International Sources to Interpret the Constitution  Roger P. Alford
International Materials and Domestic Rights: Reflections on
Atkins and Lawrence                                  Michael D. Ramsey
The Uses of International Law in Constitutional Interpretation Gerald L. Neuman
International Law, Sovereignty, and American Constitutionalism:
Reflections on the Customary International Law Debate T. Alexander Aleinikoff
Editorial Comment
International Law Status of WTO Dispute Settlement Reports:
Obligation to Comply or Option to Buy Out?           John H. Jackson
Notes and Comments
The Challenge to the Mandatory Death Penalty in the
Commonwealth Caribbean                               Joanna Harrington
Current Developments
Restrictions on U.S. Attorneys Practicing Before International
Criminal Tribunals                              Jonathan G. Cedarbaum
International Decisions                            Edited by David D. Caron
United States-Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset Act of 2000 (Mark L. Movsesian)
WTO Appellate Body decision regarding challenges to U.S. Byrd Amendment

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