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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 January 2017

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1 See Reinold, Theresa, State Weakness, Irregular Warfare, and the Eight to Self-Defense Post-9/11, 105 AJIL 244 (2011)CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

2 See IIIBellinger, John B. & Padmanabhan, Vijay M., Detention Operations in Contemporary Conflicts: Four Challenges for the Geneva Conventions and Other Existing Law, 105 AJIL 201 (2011)CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

3 See, e.g., Agora: Future Implications of the Iraq Conflict, 97 AJIL 553 (2003)Google Scholar; Agora (Continued): Future Implications of the Iraq Conflict, 97 AJIL 803 (2003)Google Scholar; Reisman, W. Michael & Armstrong, Andrea, The Past and Future of the Claim of Preemptive Self-Defense, 100 AJIL 525 (2006)Google Scholar.

4 See, e.g., Crook, John R., State Department Legal Adviser Describes U.S. Approach to International Law, 104 AJIL 271 (2010)Google Scholar.

5 See, e.g., Wilmshurst, Elizabeth, Book Review, 105 AJIL 390 (2011)CrossRefGoogle Scholar (reviewing Abraham D. Sofaer, the Best Defense? (2010)).

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