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Politics
Author: Jennifer Elsea
ISBN: 1606920480
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Pages 84 pages
Publisher Nova Science Pub Inc (October 1, 2008)
Language English
Category: Politics
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by Jennifer Elsea


The book will first present an outline of the sources and principles of the law of war, including a discussion of whether and how it might apply to the current terrorist crisis.

The book will first present an outline of the sources and principles of the law of war, including a discussion of whether and how it might apply to the current terrorist crisis. A brief explanation of the background issues and arguments surrounding the use of military commissions will follow.

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DTIC Archive, Elsea, Jennifer, DEFENSE ACQUISITION .

DTIC Archive, Elsea, Jennifer, Defense Acquisition Univ Fort Belvoir VA David D Acker Library AND Knowledge Repository, LAW Enforcement, Terrorism, Terrorists, United States, Crimes, Military LAW, Joint Military Activities, Unconventional Warfare, Collection. dticarchive; additional collections. The purpose of this report is to identify some of the legal and practical implications of treating the terrorist acts as war crimes and of applying the law of war rather than criminal statutes to prosecute the alleged perpetrators.

The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) (Pu. 114–222) is a law passed by the United States Congress that narrows the scope of the legal doctrine of foreign sovereign immunity

The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) (Pu. 114–222) is a law passed by the United States Congress that narrows the scope of the legal doctrine of foreign sovereign immunity. It amends the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act and the Anti-Terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act in regards to civil claims against a foreign state for injuries, death, or damages from an act of international terrorism.

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Find nearly any book by Jennifer Elsea. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Treatment of Battlefield Detainees in the War on Terrorism. ISBN 9781410219268 (978-1-4102-1926-8) Softcover, University Press of the Pacific, 2004.

Jennifer K. Elsea1 de octubre de 2010. Denying POW status may allow the Army to retain more stringent security measures, detain accused members of terrorist organizations indefinitely, and try some detainees by military commissions for violations of the law of war.

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Edward W. Said 'Cooley's important and timely book examines a strange love affair that went disastrously wrong. When given the choice of a number of books to read for a class on the law of war and terror, I chose this one, and I was not disappointed

Edward W. When given the choice of a number of books to read for a class on the law of war and terror, I chose this one, and I was not disappointed. Primarily concerned with US action in Afghanistan and the rise of the Taliban and later Osama bin Laden in the mire left by the Soviet occupation in the 1980s. Cooley has an incredible amount of information and relies on interviews he conducted with key players over the last 30 years.

The purpose of this book is to identify some of the legal and practical implications of treating the terrorist acts [of, for example, September 2001] as war crimes and of applying the law of war rather than criminal statutes to prosecute the alleged perpetrators.