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7 N.Z. Armed F. L. Rev. i (2007)

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Editor's Preface                                               iii
President's Foreword                                           vii
Obituary - Captain Roger Fraser                                ix
Operations and International Law
The Soldier as a Citizen in Uniform: A Reappraisal
Peter Rowe                                                   1
Do as we say, Not as we do: A Critical Examination of the
Agreement for the Transfer of Detainees between the Canadian
Forces and the Ministry of Defence of Afghanistan
Stuart Hendin                                               18
The Chemical Weapons Disarmament Regime in the Modem Security
Environment: Are Current Criticisms Valid?
Peggy Lefevre- Cabarroque                                  48
Military Law
Recent Reforms to the Australian Defence Force Discipline System
Rachel Jones                                               77
New Zealand Defence Force Operations
Chris Gallavin                                            104
AFLANZ Memorial Prize                                         118
Call for Papers, New Zealand Armed Forces Law Review 2008     120

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