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Naval Law Review, Volume 57, 2009
NAVAL JUSTICE SCHOOL NEWPORT RI
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This issue of the Naval Law Review contains the following articles Moving the Law of Occupation into the Twenty-First Century, by Major Breven C. Parsons, USMC One Small Step for a Submersible, One Giant Land Grab for Russian-Kind An Evaluation of Russias Claim to the North Pole Under International Law, by Lieutenant Commander J. Trent Warner, USCG New Model for Disaster Relief A Solution to the Posse Comitatus Conundrum, by Lieutenant Timothy E. Steigelman, USN Mitigating Collateral Damage to the Natural Environment in Naval Warfare An Examination of the Israeli Naval Blockade of 2006, by Lieutenant Matthew L. Tucker, JAGC, USN Willful and Outrageous Acts of Personal Abuse -- Now OK for the CIA by Major William T. Hennessy, USMC Planning for the Strategic Case A Proposal to Align the Handling of Marine Corps War Crimes Prosecutions with Counterinsurgency Doctrine, by Major John M. Hackel, USMC and Remote Testimony and Executive Order 13430 A Missed Opportunity, by Major Nicole K. Hudspeth, USMC.
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