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1 See John, R. Crook Contemporary Practice of the United States, 101 AJIL 199 (2007), 102 AJIL 348 & 357 (2008).

2 Convention on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Certain Conventional Weapons Which May Be Deemed to Be Excessively Injurious or to Have Indiscriminate Effects, Oct. 10, 1980,1342 UNTS 137, reprinted in 19 ILM 1523 (1980).

3 See John, R. Crook Contemporary Practice of the United States, 101 AJIL 502 (2007).

4 The State Department legal adviser reviewed the administration’s arguments supporting the LOS Convention in a November presentation to Berkeley’s Law of the Sea Institute. John, B. Bellinger III The United States and the Law of the Sea Convention (Nov. 3, 2008), at <http://www.state.gov/s/l/rls/111587.htm . See John, R. Crook Contemporary Practice of the United States, 99 AJIL 498 (2005), 101 AJIL 650 (2007), 102 AJIL 168 (2008).

6 See John, R. Crook Contemporary Practice of the United States, 100 AJIL 470 (2006), 101 AJIL 869 (2007).

7 The following list is derived from the Senate’s list of treaties approved during the current session, at <http://www.senate.gov/pagelayout/legislative/one_item_and_teasers/trty_rtf.htm. Treaty document numbers are given to facilitate research. Some treaty documents contain more than one treaty.

8 See John, R. Crook Contemporary Practice of the United States, 100 AJIL 224 (2006).

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