International Security Part 6

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“Article 24 Crises” and Security Council Reform: A Japanese Perspective Luke L. Arnold, Acting locally, thinking globally? The Relationship between Decentralization in Indonesia and International Human Rights
Nobumasa Akiyama
Journal of East Asia and International Law
Volume 2, Number 1, Spring 2009

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THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICES ADVISORY JURISDICTION AND THE REVIEW OF SECURITY COUNCIL AND GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTIONS
Mark Angehr
Northwestern University Law Review
Volume 103, Number 2, Spring 2009 p.1007

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SYMBOL OF FREEDOM: ATSA AND INTERNATIONAL EFFORTS TO INCREASE SECURITY
Valerie Kraml
Hastings International and Comparative Law Review
Volume 32, Number 2, Summer 2009 p.731

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Water Security, Fear Mitigation and International Water Law
A. Dan Tarlock
Hamline Law Review
Volume 31, Number 3, Summer 2008 p.703

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Security Issues for the U.S. Military in the 21st Century-Why Alexander the Great Is Still Relevant and Pirates Remain a Problem
ADMIRAL WILLIAM J. FALLON
Fletcher Forum of World Affairs
Volume 33, Number 1, Winter/Spring 2009 p.115

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This winter, The Forum spoke with Admiral William J. Fallon, who drew upon lessons from the recent and distant past to explain how the U.S. military currently addresses a range of international threats across the globe. Scaling up counterinsurgency efforts in Afghanistan, pursuing a durable peace in the Middle East, facilitating the provision of humanitarian aid, tackling nuclear non-proliferation, and fighting Piracy -these challenges require U.S. leadership, continued investment in the military, and renewed partnerships with U.S. allies.

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– 2. V. 07 – Acts (detention) and omissions (de-mining) by UNMIK (Interim Administration in Kosovo) and KFOR ( International Security Force) under UN responsibility / Applications versus Troop Contributing Nations inadmissible ratione personae / Behrami and Behrami v. France and Saramati v. France, Germany and Norway
Human Rights Law Journal
Volume 28, Number 1-4, October 2007 p.86

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THE HOUSE OF LORDS IN AL-JEDDA AND PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW: ATTRIBUTION OF CONDUCT TO UN-AUTHORIZED FORCES AND THE POWER OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL TO DISPLACE HUMAN RIGHTS
Francesco Messineo
Netherlands International Law Review
Volume 56, Issue 1, May 2009 p.35-62

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Separating Private Military Companies From Illegal Mercenaries in International Law: Proposing an International Convention for Legitimate Military and Security Support that Reflects Customary International Law
Michael Scheimer
American University International Law Review
Volume 24, Number 3, 2009 p.609

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Security Council Resolution 1540 to Combat WMD Terrorism: Effectiveness and Legitimacy in International Legislation
Masahiko Asada
Journal of Conflict and Security Law
Volume 13, Number 3, Winter 2008 p.303-332

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Montreux Document on Pertinent International Legal Obligations and Good Practices for States related to Operations of Private Military and Security Companies during Armed Conflict: Montreux 17 September 2008
Journal of Conflict and Security Law
Volume 13, Number 3, Winter 2008 p.451-475

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National Security Law: Canadian Practice in International Perspective
Reviewed by Justin Mellor
Canadian Law library Review
Volume 34, Number 1, Spring 2009 p.38

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EXPERTS MEETING ON SECURITY DETENTION REPORT: INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS & THE FREDERICK K. COX INTERNATIONAL LAW CENTER
Report Prepared by Tyler Davidson & Kathleen Gibson
Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law
Volume 40, Number 3, 2009 p.323

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Conclusion

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Customary International Law, International Security, Law library, Piracy.

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