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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  22 May 2009

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1 Regarding these writings in general, there is a great deal of published opinion to contrast with the contemptuous footnote on p. 405 of the Cox article. See, for instance, a brief evaluation in the British Yearbook of International Law, 1972–73, by the then Professor of International Law at Oxford, now a Judge of the International Court, and the Professor of International Law at Cambridge.

2 There was not, of course, in this case any suggestion of involvement of the administration in any wrongful conduct; such authorizations as had been given came from Mr. Cox himself.