9 Loy. U. Chi. Int'l L. Rev. [i] (2011-2012)

handle is hein.journals/intnlwrv9 and id is 1 raw text is: LOYOLA UNIVERSITY
CHICAGO
INTERNATIONAL
LAW REVIEW
CONTENTS
Remarks
Loyola University Chicago International Law Symposium
Keynote Address
The Law of War in the War Against Terrorism
MichaelA. Newton
Feature Articles
A Social Justice Theory of Self-Defense at the World Court
James Kraska
The Somali Piracy Challenge: Operational Partnering, the Rule of Law,
and Capacity Building
Captain Brian Wilson, US. Navy (Retired)
The Bush Doctrine and the Use of Force: Reflections on Rule
Construction and Application
Paul E Diehl, Shyam Kulkarni, andAdam Irish
The Impending Nuclear Disaster: Flaws in the International
Counter-Proliferation Regime at Sea
Captain Raul (Pete) Pedrozo
War and the Vanishing Battlefield
Fridiric Migret
Litigating the Long War on Terror: The Role of al-Aulaqi v, Obama
Lesley Wexler
Potential Pitfalls of Strategic Litigation: How the al-Aulaqi Lawsuit
Threatened to Undermine International Humanitarian Law
Michael W Lewis
Student Article
The Destruction of Mass Weapon Distribution: The United Nations Arms
Trade Treaty & The Part America Must Play
Matthew Levitt

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