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From:Denver Journal of International Law and Policy (Vol. 37, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedI. INTRODUCTION Since the advent of the so-called "Global War on Terror," the United States of America has responded to the crimes carried out on American soil that day by using or threatening to use military force...
From:Denver Journal of International Law and Policy (Vol. 37, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedI. INTRODUCTION The term "war on terror" has undoubtedly entered our common usage, notwithstanding heavy criticism that instead of using it as a metaphor, as in the [degrees]'war on poverty" or the "war on drugs,"...
From:Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law (Vol. 45, Issue 1-2) Peer-ReviewedThe U.S. practice of targeted killing by remotely-piloted unmanned vehicles (1) in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Libya, Iraq and Somalia--popularly referred to as "America's drone wars" (2) --raises the question of the...
From:Denver Journal of International Law and Policy (Vol. 40, Issue 1-3) Peer-ReviewedINTRODUCTION At the dawn of the 21st century, the world was (as it is today) in the process of working out the power dynamics that would shape this coming century. China, India, Brazil, and many other countries have...
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