Thursday, September 22, 2011

New Volume: International Law Studies (Blue Book) Series

The latest volume in the International Law Studies (Blue Book) Series (Vol. 86, 2010) is out. The theme is "The War in Iraq: A Legal Analysis"; the editor is Raul A."Pete" Pedrozo. Contents include:
  • Raid Juhi al-Saedi, Regime Change and the Restoration of the Rule of Law in Iraq
  • John F. Murphy, Iraq and the “Fog of Law”
  • Raul A. “Pete” Pedrozo, Legal Bases for Military Operations in Iraq
  • Andru E. Wall, Was the 2003 Invasion of Iraq Legal?
  • Alexandra Perina, Legal Bases for Coalition Combat Operations in Iraq, May 2003–Present
  • David Turns, The International Humanitarian Law Classification of Armed Conflicts in Iraq since 2003
  • Neil Brown, Legal Considerations in Relation to Maritime Operations against Iraq
  • Charles J. Dunlap, Jr., Come the Revolution: A Legal Perspective on Air Operations in Iraq since 2003
  • Michael L. Oates, The Iraq War: A Commander’s Perspective
  • Marc Warran, The “Fog of Law”: The Law of Armed Conflict in Operation Iraqi Freedom
  • Clyde J. Tate II, The Occupation of Iraq
  • George K. Walker, Occupation in Iraq: Issues on the Periphery and for the Future: A Rubik’s Cube Problem?
  • Eyal Benvenisti & Guy Keinan, The Occupation of Iraq: A Reassessment
  • Dale Stephens, Counterinsurgency and Stability Operations: A New Approach to Legal Interpretation
  • Richard Pregent, Rule of Law Capacity Building in Iraq
  • Naz K. Modirzadeh, The Dark Sides of Convergence: A Pro-civilian Critique of the Extraterritorial Application of Human Rights Law in Armed Conflict
  • Brian J. Bill, Detention Operations in Iraq: A View from the Ground
  • Laurent Colassis, The Role of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Stability Operations
  • Yoram Dinstein, Concluding Observations: The Influence of the Conflict in Iraq on International Law