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European Integration Current Contents
Fordham International Law Journal
Issue: 30, 3
U.S. Counterterrorism Policy and Superpower Compliance with International Human Rights Norms
455 - 484
Roadblocks to Effective Representation of Uncharged, Indefinitely Imprisoned Clients at Guantánamo Bay Military Base
485 - 490
The Attorney-Client Relationship in Guantanamo Bay
491 - 508
Applicability of the Geneva Conventions to "Armed Conflict" in the War on Terror
509 - 534
Fischer, Miles P.
Jack Bauer and the Rule of Law: The Case of Extraordinary Rendition
535 - 552
Silkenat, James R.
Norman, Peter M.
The Prosecution of War Crimes: Military Commissions and the Procedural and Substantive Protections Beyond International Law
553 - 575
Kriegsraison or Military Necessity? The Bush Administration's Wilhemine Attitude towards the Conduct of War
576 - 598
The Proliferation of the Law of Interantional Criminal Tribunals with Terrorism and "Unlawful" Combatancy Trials after Hamdan v. Rumsfeld
599 - 641
Knoops, Geert-Jan A.
When to Push the Envelope: Legal Ethics, The Rule of Law, and National Security Strategy
642 - 672
Guantanamo and US Law
673 - 779
Sweeney, Joseph C.
Military Commission Trials at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba: Do They Satisfy International and Constitutional Law?
780 - 835
Don't Forget the Family: A Proposal for Expanding Immediate Protection to Families of Human Trafficking Survivors
836 - 872
Baker, Katrina Lynne
The Guantánamo Protective Order
873 - 933
Driscoll, Brendan M.
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