Monday, November 05, 2007

Summer in C'ville

Greetings from points south, where my Internet connection appears to involve a couple of tin cans and an enormous length of twine.

The summer 2007 issue of the Military Law Review has now been posted here. Though none of its three articles (excluding book reviews) is directly relevant to military justice, they may nevertheless interest military justice practitioners. The three articles are:

(1) Alternatives to the Judicially Promulgated Feres Doctrine;
(2) Beyond Interrogations: An Analysis of the Protection Under the Military Commissions Act of 2006 of Technical Classified Sources, Methods and Activities Employed in the Global War on Terror; and
(3) A Critique of the ICRC's Customary Rules Concerning Displaced Persons: General Accuracy, Conflation, and a Missed Opportunity.

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