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1 Reprinted at 77 D E P ‘ T STATE BULL. 550 (1977).

2 Paust, Does Your Police Force Use Illegal Weapons? A Configurative Approach to Decision Integrating International and Domestic Law, 18 HARV. INT'L L. J. 19 (1977).

3 E.g. Garcia & Garza (Mexico v. United States), UNITED STATES-MEXICAN CLAIMS COMMISSION, OPINIONS OF COMMISSIONERS UNDER THE CONVENTION CONCLUDED SEPTEMBER 8, 1923 BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO, 1926-27, at 163, 4 U.N.R.I.A.A. 119.

4 See 22 U.S.C. §§ 2304, 2751-52, 2778 (1976); 22 C.F.R. §§ 121.01 (1977) et seq? superseded in part by 22 C.F.R. §§ 47.1 (1977) et seq., and the U.N. CHARTER, arts. 1(3), 55(c), 56. See also Sohn, The Human Rights Law of the Charter, 12 TEX. INT'L L. J. 129 (1977).

5 Remarks of George H. Aldrich in Panel Discussion, Human Rights and Armed Conflict: Conflicting Views, 67ASIL PROC 141, 148, 168 (1973); Remarks by Jordan Paust, id. at 162.

6 Id. 148.

7 U.S. ARMY DEP'T, PAMPHLET 27-161-2: INTERNATIONAL LAW VOLUME II, at 43-44 (1962).

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