40 Naval L. Rev. [v] (1992)
Table of Contents

handle is hein.journals/naval40 and id is 5 raw text is: NAVAL LAW REVIEW
VOL. 40 1992
CONTENTS
Com  manding  Officer's  M essage  ..................................................................... i
Captain Arthur R. Philpott, JAGC, USN
Articles
Targeting Theory in the Law of Naval Warfare ..................................... 1
Lieutenant Commander Frank Russo, JAGC, USN
Legal Considerations in Noncombatant Evacuation Operations ........ 45
Major Steven F. Day USMC
Suffering the Slings and Arrows of the Panama Canal Treaties ........ 65
Lieutenant Colonel Grego'y M Huckabee USA
The Decline and Fall of the War Powers Resolution: Waging War
Under the Constitution after Desert Storm .......................................... 85
Lieutenant Commander John W. Rolph, JAGC, USN
The Iraqi Oil Weapon in the 1991 Gulf War: A Law of Armed
Conflict  A nalysis  .......................................................................................... 105
Lieutenant Commander Jonathan P. Edwards, JAGC, USN
Lithuanian Independence and International Law: A Retrospective
E xam ination  .................................................................................................. 133
Colonel James P. Teny USMC
Notes
A Proposed Amendment to the Military Rules of Evidence on
Inspections and the Probable Cause Search Standard for Operational
U nits  ..............................................................................................................  143
Major Kevin H. Winters USMC
Temporary Injunctions Aimed at the Military: A Rapid Response Plan
for  Governm ent Lawyers ............................................................................ 157
Lieutenant Donald M Brown, Jr., JAGC, USNR
Health Care Professionals and Rights Warnings .................................... 173
Captain Joseph L. Falvey, Jr. USMC
Satisfying the Duty to Bargain: A Lesson from the Private Sector ...... 193
Captain Amy V. Dunning USMC
The Deep Seabed: The Common Heritage of Mankind or Arena for
U nilateral Exploitation? .............................................................................. 207
Lieutenant Martin A. Hany, JAGC, USNR

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