60 Naval L. Rev. [i] (2010)

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Articles, Essays & Notes
CONTROLLING THE USE OF FORCE IN CYBERSPACE: THE APPLICATION OF
THE LAW OF ARMED CONFLICT DURING A TIME OF FUNDAMENTAL
CHANGE IN THE NATURE OF WARFARE                              I
Commander Todd C. Huntley, JAGC, USN
UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL LAW APPLIED IN THE ARCTIC
OCEAN: FRUSTRATING THE BALANCE OF THE LAW OF THE SEA,
NATIONAL SOVEREIGNTY, AND INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION
EFFORTS                                                     41
Lieutenant Commander Joan M Malik, JAGC, USN
THE SHIPBOARD PANDORA'S Box: THE OPERATIONAL REALITY THAT AN
EXPECTATION OF PRIVACY EXISTS IN ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS
ABOARD NAVAL VESSELS                                        93
Lieutenant Colonel Leon James Francis, USMC
FEDERAL COURT OR MILITARY COMMISSION: THE LEGAL DILEMMA
POSED BY THOSE CHARGED WITH TERRORIST VIOLENCE             125
Colonel James P. Terry, USMC (Ret.)
RETIRING A POLLUTING FLEET: THE UNIQUE LEGAL CHALLENGES
AND ENVIRONMENTAL HURDLES TO SUISUN BAY NON-RETENTION
VESSEL DISPOSAL                                            141
Lieutenant Ryan M Anderson, JAGC, USN
TOWARD A NEW BEGINNING WITH THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL
COURT                                                      167
Lieutenant Jeremy L. Snellen, JAGC, USN
WHEN RUF GETS ROUGH IT LOOKS LIKE R2P: COMPARING
MICRO-LEVEL RULES FOR USE OF FORCE IN POST-CONFLICT
COUNTRIES CHALLENGED BY ETHNIC, TRIBAL, AND CULTURAL
VIOLENCE TO MACRO-LEVEL CONCEPTS OF HUMANITARIAN
INTERVENTION AND RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT                 189
Lieutenant Commander Scotch Perdue, JAGC, USN

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