- Christopher A. Ford, Introduction: Rethinking Armed Conflict in an Age of Terrorism
- Ariel Zemach, The Law that Turned Against Its Drafters: Guerrilla-Combatants and the First Additional Protocol to the Geneva Conventions
- Jeremy Rabkin, The Strange Pretensions of Contemporary Humanitarian Law
- Steven David, Targeted Killing: The Israeli Experience
- Yuval Shany, Guarding the Guards in the War on Terrorism
- John H. Shenefield, The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Puzzle: We Know How We Got Here—Now, What Do We Do?
- Amichai Cohen, Terrorism-related Adjudication
- Elizabeth Samson, Necessity, Proportionality, and the Distinction in Non-Traditional Conflicts: The Unfortunate Case Study of the Goldstone Report
- Juan Carlos Gomez Ramirez, Confronting Terrorism: Human Rights Law, or the Law of War?
- Christopher A. Ford, Living in the 'New Normal': Modern War, Nonstate Actors, and the Future of Law
- Amichai Cohen, Some Conclusions and Thoughts for the Future
Friday, December 30, 2011
Ford & Cohen: Rethinking the Law of Armed Conflict in an Age of Terrorism
Christopher Ford (Hudson Institute) & Amichai Cohen (Ono Academic College - Law) have published Rethinking the Law of Armed Conflict in an Age of Terrorism (Lexington Books 2011). Contents include: