Monday, July 16, 2007

New Issue: Fordham International Law Journal

The latest issue of the Fordham International Law Journal (Vol. 30, no. 3, Feb. 2007) is out. Contents include:
    • Kenneth Anderson, U.S. Counterterrorism Policy and Superpower Compliance with International Human Rights Norms
    • Martha Rayner, Roadblocks to Effective Representation of Uncharged, Indefinitely Imprisoned Clients at Guantánamo Bay Military Base
    • Mark Denbeaux & Christa Boyd-Nafstad, The Attorney-Client Relationship in Guantánamo Bay
    • Miles P. Fischer, Applicability of the Geneva Conventions to "Armed Conflict" in the War on Terror
    • James R. Silkenat & Peter M. Norman, Jack Bauer and the Rule of Law: The Case of Extraordinary Rendition
    • Tim Bakken, The Prosecution of War Crimes: Military Commissions and the Procedural and Substantive Protections Beyond International Law
    • Scott Horton, Kriegsraison or Military Necessity? The Bush Administration's Wilhelmine Attitude Towards the Conduct of War
    • Geert-Jan Alexander Knoops, The Proliferation of the Law of International Criminal Tribunals Within Terrorism and "Unlawful" Combatancy Trials After Hamdan v. Rumsfeld
    • Peter Margulies, When to Push The Envelope: Legal Ethics, the Rule of Law, and National Security Strategy
    • Joseph C. Sweeney, Guantanamo and U.S. Law
    • Jennifer Trahan, Military Commission Trials at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba: Do They Satisfy International and Constitutional Law?