The International Law of War: Transnational Coercion and World Public Order

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1994 M08 18 - 872 pages
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Contents

PUBLIC ORDER
xix
UNIVERSALITY VERSUS PAROCHIALISM
lxxxiii
The Process of Decision
39
The Common Interest
59
The Common Interest in an Inclusive Public Order of Freedom
93
AGGRESSION AND SELFDEFENSE
121
the Charter
138
An Alternative Conception
151
Nonparticipation
395
Values in Contexts of Nonparticipation
409
Destruction in Contexts of Claimed Nonparticipation
420
COMMUNITY REGULATION OF COMBAT SITUATIONS
520
Warfare
671
Jurisdiction and Procedure
703
THE MANAGEMENT OF CAPTURED
732
Governmental Processes in Occupied Territory
744

The Conception of Permissible Coercion
207
Order
258
The Potential Sanctioning Process and Its Context of Conditions
280
Strategy
344
Major Defects in Contemporary Sanctioning Process
353
Proposals for Improvement Multiplicitous and Partial
367
Recommended Alternatives in Communication and Collaboration
375
Claims of Restored Sovereigns to Review Prescriptions
771
Occupied Territory
790
Exploitation of Occupied Territory
809
The Management of Financial Processes in Occupied
824
TABLE OF CASES
838
SUBJECT INDEX
854
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