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The War on Terror and the Laws of War: A Military Perspective (Terrorism and Global Justice) [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Michael Lewis , Eric Jensen , Geoffrey Corn

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9. Oktober 2009 Terrorism and Global Justice
When a soldier in the field of battle is under attack in a small village and comes upon a villager who could be a combatant or a civilian, what rules govern how that soldier should act? If the soldier detains the villager and determines that the villager is an unaffiliated combatant, what do the rules of detention require? In The War on Terror and the Laws of War, six legal scholars with experience as military officers bring practical wisdom to the contentious topic of applying international law to the battlefield. The authors apply their unique expertise to issues that have gained greater urgency during the United States' wars in Iraq and Afghanistan: including categorizing targets and properly detaining combatants. The modern battlefield has proven to be a difficult arena in which to apply traditional legal rules. The War on Terror and the Laws of War brings clarity to the subject with an insider's perspective.




The authors...are able to transfer the legal issues of the war on terror to concrete military operations Stephanie Kwasnitschka, Military Law and the Law of War Review

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Michael W. Lewis: Associate Professor of Law at Ohio Northern University's Pettit College of Law, where he teaches International Law and the Law of War. Before graduating cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1998 he spent over 7 years flying F-14's for the U.S. Navy. He was stationed in San Diego, California, and Atsugi, Japan. He flew missions in support of Operation Desert Shield in 1991, conducted strike planning for Desert Storm and flew missions over Iraq in support of the no-fly zone in 1992. He graduated from Navy Fighter Weapons School (Topgun) in 1992. He has published several articles on the law of war and has lectured on the subject at Oxford, Harvard, NYU, Cornell, Duke, Notre Dame, William & Mary, Ohio State, and Rutgers.

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This book was written by a team of legal heavyweights; the authors are all well-recognized for their commonsensical, accurate, and important insights into many of the most critical issues facing contemporary policymakers and military leaders. I deal with these same issues as a senior level legal advisor at the highest levels of our government. Upon reading the first segments, and scanning the contents, I quickly realized that this book would soon become a well-worn resource by the lawyers and staff officers who work in my orbit. Now that I have completed my read, I give this book my highest praise and enthusiastic endorsement; it has both substantial value to academics and pratitioners alike. After learning that Geoff Corn and Dick Jackson were involved in this effort, I had very high expectations, and these expectations were easily realized by their superb work product!!

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Terrific Book! 4. November 2009
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The War on Terror and the Laws of War is an outstanding contribution to the emerging body of important scholarship in this area. Written by scholars/lawyers/practitioners and experts in their fields, this book is a must read for those interested in Post-Sept 11th national security jurisprudence. This book will be an excellent textbook for college and graduate-level courses focused on such issues as detention, interrogation, targeting, and litigation.

Jody Prescott and David Wallace
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Professor Corn is a very seasonsed and accomplished retired military officer and attorney. His views are very direct and to the point--he is not one to "beat around the bush" and when appropriate, "calls a spade a spade". I look forward to reading this book and know that it will provide insight into how the military justice system operates, and/or "should operate".

Douglas S. Wacker
Captain, USMC
5.0 von 5 Sternen The War on Terror and the Laws of War 27. Dezember 2009
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This collection should be on the shelf of anyone interested in the law of armed conflict/international humanitarian law. The most important subjects of the transnational "War on Terror" are presented with clarity and precision (these include the choice of law, targeting, detention, interrogation, war crimes liability, command responsibility, and the difficulty inherent in translating legal principles into on-the-ground practice). What is more, this book brings under one cover what few other books can: the collective experience of scholars with over a century of experience in the United States Army and United States Navy. These authors acquired that experience as military prosecutors and defense counsel, legal advisors and strike planners, and as combatants. This shared experience has not produced complete harmony of opinion: the reader encounters debate within its pages over both the current application of the law and, consequentially, its future. Buy this book and you will soon find that it wears the unmistakable badge of all useful books: a well-worn spine and dog-eared pages.

Jeffrey Kahn
Assistant Professor of Law
SMU Dedman School of Law
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