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Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 109, #2, 2012
Journal of Law and Society, Vol. 39, #3, 2012
Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, Vol. 22, #2, 2012
Law & Social Inquiry, Vol. 37, #3, 2012
Legal Studies, Vol. 32, #3, 2012
Politics & Gender, Vol. 8, #3, 2012
Political Research Quarterly, Vol. 65, #3, 2012
Political Studies Review, Vol. 10, #3, 2012
Signs, Vol. 38, #1, 2012
Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, Vol. 33, #4, 2012
Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, Vol. 14, 2011

Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 109, #2, 2012
Michael J. O’Fallon and Kenneth D. Butterfield.  The influence of unethical peer behavior on observers’ unethical behavior: A social cognitive perspective.
D.A.L. Coldwell, T. Joosub, and E. Papageorgiou.  Responsible leadership in organizational crises: An analysis of the effects of public perceptions of selected SA business organizations’ reputations.
Ruth Mateos de cabo, Ricardo Gimeno, and Maria J. Nieto.  Gender diversity on European banks’ boards of directors.
Namin Kim, Youri Sung, and Moonkyu Lee.  Consumer evaluations of social alliances: The effects of perceived fit between companies and non-profit organizations.
Cam Caldwell, Rolf D. Dixon, Larry A. Floyd, Joe Chaudoin, and Jonathan Post, et al.  Transformative leadership: Achieving unparalleled excellence.
Ker-Tah Hsu.  The advertising effects of corporate social responsibility on corporate reputation and brand equity: Evidence from the life insurance industry in Taiwan.
David Kim, David McCalman, and Dan Fisher.  The sacred/secular divide and the Christian worldview.
Javier Portillo and Walter E. Block.  Anti-discrimination laws: Undermining our rights.
Ramazan Kaynak and Tuba Sert.  The impact of service supplier’s unethical behavior to buyer’s satisfaction: An empirical study.
Kent Walker and Fang Wan.  The harm of symbolic actions and green-washing: Corporate actions and communications on environmental performance and their financial implications.
Raj Agnihotri, Adam Rapp, Prabakar Kothandaraman, and Rakesh K. Singh.  An emotion-based model of salesperson ethical behaviors.
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Journal of Law and Society, Vol. 39, #3, 2012
Carolyn Abbot.  Bridging the gap – non-state actors and the challenges of regulating new technology.
Gavin W. Anderson.  Beyond ‘constitutionalism beyond the state.’
Xin He.  A tale of two Chinese courts: Economic development and contract enforcement.
Kieran McEvoy and Louise Mallinder.  Amnesties in transition: Punishment, restoration, and the governance of mercy.
Review Article
Jiri Priban.  Constitutionalism as fear of the political?  A comparative analysis of Teubner’s Constitutional Fragments and Thornhill’s A Sociology of Constitutions.
Book Reviews
Ed Bates.  The Evolution of the European Convention on Human Rights: From its Inception to the Creation of a Permanent Court of Human Rights.  Manisuli S. Senyonjo.  The African Regional Human Rights System: 30 Years After the African Charter on Human and People’s Rights.  Review by Urfan Khaliq.
Emma Cunliffe.  Murder, Medicine, and Motherhood.  Review by Sion Jenkins.
Sol Picciotto.  Regulating Global Corporate Capitalism. Review by Simon Glaze.
Andrew Francis.  At the Edge of Law: Emergent and Divergent Models of Legal Professionalism.  Review by Julian Webb.
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Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, Vol. 22, #2, 2012
Justin Weinberg and Kevin C. Elliott.  Science, expertise, and democracy.
Henry S. Richardson.  Relying on experts as we reason together.
Eric Winsberg.  Values and uncertainties in the predictions of global climate models.
Heather Douglas.  Weighing complex evidence in a democratic society.
Daniel Steel and Kyle Powys Whyte.  Environmental justice, values, and scientific expertise.
Brent Ranalli.  Climate science, character, and the “hard-won” consensus.
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Law & Social Inquiry, Vol. 37, #3, 2012
Stuart Chinn.  Institutional recalibration and judicial delimitation.
Robert C. Bird and Donald J. Smythe.  Social network analysis and the diffusion of the strict liability rule for manufacturing defects, 1963-87.
Katya Assaf.  Magical thinking in trademark law.
Gautham Rao.  Administering entitlement: Governance, public health care, and the early American state.
Sean Farhang.  Legislative-executive conflict and private statutory litigation in the United States: Evidence from labor, civil rights, and environmental law.
Jamie Rowen.  Mobilizing truth: Agenda setting in a transnational social movement.
Review Essays
Tom Ginsburg.  Courts and new democracies: Recent works.
William E. Scheuerman.  Emergencies, executive power, and the uncertain future of US presidential democracy.
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Legal Studies, Vol. 32, #3, 2012
Therese Callus.  A new parenthood paradigm for twenty-first century family law in England and Wales?
Bruce Wardhaugh.  A normative approach to the criminalization of cartel activity.
Chris Miller.  Causation in personal injury after (and before) Sienkiewicz.
Phillip Morgan.  Doublethink and district judges: High court precedent in the county court.
Geoffrey Samuel.  Is legal knowledge cumulative?
Jonathan Herring and Charles Foster.  Welfare means relationality, virtue, and altruism.
Book Reviews
Scott Shapiro.  Legality.  Review by Thomas Bustamante.
Victor Tadros.  The Ends of Harm: The Moral Foundation of Criminal Law.  Review by Deirdre Healy.
Andre Nollkaemper.  National Courts and the International Rule of Law.  Review by Michael Freitas Mohallem.
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Martha Nussbaum, The New Religious Intolerance: Overcoming the Politics of Fear in an Anxious Age. Reviewed by Colleen Murphy.
Michael Rosen, Dignity: Its History and Meaning. Reviewed byStephen Darwall.
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Politics & Gender, Vol. 8, #3, 2012
Cheryl N. Collier.  Feminist and gender-neutral frames in contemporary child-care and anti-violence policy debates in Canada.
Eunhye Yoo.  The impact of domestic and transnational conditions.
Anne Maria Holli.  Does gender have an effect on the selection of experts by parliamentary standing committees?  A critical test of “critical” concepts.
Critical Perspectives
Kevin Duong.  What does queer theory teach us about intersectionality?
Dara Z. Strolovitch.  Intersectionality in time: Sexuality and the shifting boundaries of intersectional marginalization.
Nancy J. Hirschmann.  Disability as a new frontier for feminist intersectionality research.
Julia S. Jodran-Zachery.  Blogging at the intersections: Black women, identity, and lesbianism.
Niambi M. Carter.  Intimacy without consent: Lynching as sexual violence.
Mary A. Robertson and Arlene Sgoutas.  Thinking beyond the category of sexual identity: At the intersection of sexuality and human-trafficking policy.
Book Review
Lee Ann Banaszak.  The Women’s Movement Inside and Outside the State.  Review by Maryann Barakso.
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Political Research Quarterly, Vol. 65, #3, 2012
Sultan Tepe.  Moderation of religious parties: Electoral constraints, ideological commitments, and the democratic capacities of religious parties in Israel and Turkey.
Dirk Tomsa.  Moderating Islamism in Indonesia: Tracing patterns of party change in the prosperous justice party.
Kathleen Collins and Erica Owen.  Islamic religiosity and regime preferences: Explaining support for democracy and political Islam in Central Asia and the Caucasus.
Paul A. Djupe and Brian R. Calfano.  American Muslim investment in civil society: Political discussion, disagreement, and tolerance.
Rainbow Murray, Mona Lena Krook, and Katherine A.R. Opello.  Why are gender quotas adopted?  Party pragmatism and parity in France.
R. Michael Alvarez and Betsy Sinclair.  Electoral institutions and legislative behavior: The effects of primary processes.
Dursun Peksen.  Does foreign military intervention help human rights?
David Doyle.  Pressures to privatize?  The IMF, globalization, and partisanship in Latin America.
Benjamin G. Bishin and Casey A. Klofstad.  The political incorporation of Cuban Americans: Why won’t Little Havana turn blue?
Tetsuya Matsubayashi and Rene R. Rocha.  Racial diversity and public policy in the states.
Joshua J. Dyck.  Racial threat, direct legislation, and social trust: Taking tyranny seriously in studies of the ballot initiative.
Sharon D. Wright Austin, Richard T. Middleton, and Rachel Yon.  The effect of racial group consciousness on the political participation of African Americans and black ethnics in Miami-Dade County, Florida.
Andrea Olive, Vagisha Gunasekara, and Leigh Raymond.  Normative beliefs in state policy choice.
Carl Dahlstrom, Victor Lapuente, and Jan Teorell.  The merit of meritocratization: Politics, bureaucracy, and the institutional deterrents of corruption.
Erin Asher Meagher and Ryan J. Vander Wielen.  The effects of party and agenda control: Assessing the ideological orientation of legislation directing bureaucratic behavior.
Justin Esarey, Tim Salmon, and Charles Barrilleaux.  Social insurance and income redistribution in a laboratory experiment.
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Political Studies Review, Vol. 10, #3, 2012
Mauricio I. Dussauge-Laguna.  On the past and future of policy transfer research: Benson and Jordan revisited.
Eugene McCann and Kevin Ward.  Policy assemblages, mobilities and mutations: Toward a multidisciplinary conversation.
David Benson and Andrew Jordan.  Policy transfer research: Still evolving, not yet through?
David P. Dolowitz and David Marsh.  The future of policy transfer research.
Paul Cairney.  Complexity theory in political science and public policy.
Ben Yong and Patrick O’Brien.  Constitutional systems of the world: Problems of perspective in comparative constitutionalism.
Gretchen Bauer.  ‘Let there be a balance’: Women in African parliaments.
Laura McLeod.  ‘Well, what is the feminist perspective on Iraq?’
Political Theory Book Reviews
Corey Abel.  The Meanings of Michael Oakeshott’s Conservatism.  Review by Elizabeth Corey.
Miguel Abensour.  Democracy Against the State: Marx and the Machiavellian Moment.  Review by Paul Timmermans.
Ronald Beiner.  Civil Religion: A Dialogue in the History of Political Philosophy.  Review by Jacob Abolafia.
Aryeh Botwinick.  Michael Oakeshott’s Skepticism.  Review by Elizabeth Corey.
Steve Buckler.  Hannah Arendt and Political Theory: Challenging the Tradition.  Review by Onur Kara.
Joseph Keim Campbell.  Free Will.  Review by Onur Kara.
Jean-Philippe Deranty.  Jacques Ranciere: Keye Concepts.  Review by Aaron Cooley.
Gerald Gaus.  The Order of Public Reason: A Theory of Freedom and Morality in a Diverse and Bounded World.  Review by Shaun P. Young.
Axel Gosseries and Yannick Vanderborght.  Arguing About Justice: Essays for Philippe van Parijs. Review by Emanuele Murra.
Bruce Haddock, Peri Roberts, and Peter Sutch.  Evil in Contemporary Political Theory.  Review by Derek Edyvane.
Jean Hardy.  A Wiser Politics.  Review by Steven MIchels.
George Kateb.  Human Dignity. Review by Sofia Chatzisawidou.
Peter Lassman.  Pluralism.  Review by Chidella Upendra.
David Leibowitz.  The Ironic Defense of Socrates: Plato’s Apology.  Review by Mehmet Karabela.
Monica Mookherjee.  Women’s Rights as Multicultural Claims: Reconfiguring Gender and Diversity in Political Philosophy.  Review by Daniel Savery.
Jason C. Myers.  The Politics of Equality: An Introduction.  Review by Richard Penny.
Martha C. Nussbaum.  Creating Capabilities: The Human Development Approach.  Review by Mattia Baglieri.
Robert C. Pirro.  The Politics and Tragedy of Democratic Citizenship.  Review by Steven MIchels.
Dietrich Rueschemeyer.  Usable Theory: Analytic Tools for Social and Political Research.  Rudra Sil and Peter J. Katzenstein.  Beyond Paradigms: Analytic Eclecticism in the Study of World Politics.  Review by Daniel Falkiner.
Malcolm Schofield.  Plato: Gorgias, Menexenus, Protagorus.  Review by Robert C. Robinson.
Ed Wingenbach.  Institutionalizing Agonistic Democracy: Post-foundationalism and Political Liberalism.  Review by Jeffrey D. Hilmer.
Anna Yeatman, Philip Hansen, Magdalena Zolkos, and Charles Barbour.  Ethics and the Politics of Writing in Hannah Arendt.  Review by Rosine Kelz.
International Relations Book Reviews
Michael Barnett.  The International Humanitarian Order.  Review by Aidan Hehir.
Kyle Beardsley.  The Mediation Dilemma.  Review by Andrew G. Reiter.
Mark Beeson and Nick Bisley.  Issues in 21st Century World Politics.  Jenny Edkins and Maja Zehfuss.  Global Politics: A New Introduction.  Review by Emilian Kavalski.
David R. Black and Paul D. Williams.  The International Politics of Mass Atrocities: The Case of Darfur.  Review by Kirsten J. Fisher.
Hans Born, Ian Leigh, and Aidan Wills.  International Intelligence Cooperation and Accountability.  Review by Glen Segell.
Luis Cabrera.  Global Governance, Global Government: Institutional Visions for an Evolving World System.  Review by William E. Scheuerman.
Tom Campbell, K.D. Ewing and Adam Tomkins.  The Legal Protection of Human Rights: Sceptical Essays.  Alex J. Bellamy.  Global Politics and the Responsibility to Protect: From Words to Deeds.  Review by Christopher May.
Noam Chomsky.  Power and Terror: Conflict, Hegemony, and the Rule of Force.  Review by Fabricio Henricco Chagas Bastos.
Hugh Dyer.  Copying and Conformity in World Politics.  Review by Didem Buhari-Gulmez.
Milton J. Esman.  Diasporas in the Contemporary World.  Review by Agnieszka Bielewska.
Rita Floyd.  Security and the Environment: Securitisation Theory and US Environmental Security Policy.  Review by Jonna Nyman.
Paul French and Sam Chambers.  Oil on Water: Tankers, Pirates, and the Rise of China.  Review by Chris Rahman.
Marco Grasso. Justice in Funding Adaptation under the International Climate Change Regime.  Review by Christian Baatz.
Nicholas Guilhot.  The Invention of International Relations Theory: Realism, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the 1954 Conference on Theory.  Review by Duncan Bell.
Birthe Hansen.  Unipolarity and World Politics: A Theory and its Implications.  Review by Benjamin Zala.
David Held.  Cosmopolitanism: Ideals and Realities.  Review by Agnieszka Bielewska.
Kimberly Hutchings.  Global Ethics: An Introduction.  Review by Lior Erez.
Clifford A. Kiracofe.  Dark Crusade: Christian Zionism and US Foreign Policy.  Review by Mark Grzegorzewski.
Quan Li and Rafael Reuveny.  Democracy and Economic Openness in an Interconnected System: Complex Transformations.  Review by Salvador Santino F. Regilme Jr.
James McGann with Richard Sabatini.  Global Think Tanks: Policy Networks and Governance.  Review by Shang-Lin Wu.
Michael Newman.  Humanitarian Intervention: Confronting the Contradictions.  Review by Liz Sutherland.
Svetozar Rajak.  Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union in the Early Cold War: Reconciliation, Comradeship, Confrontation, 1953-1957.  Review by Vladimir Dordevic.
Dennis J.D. Sandole.  Peacebuilding.  Review by Elisa Randazzo.
William E. Scheuerman.  The Realist Case for Global Reform.  Review by Nicholas E. Goedeking.
Jan Aart Scholte.  Building Global Democracy: Civil Society and Accountable Global Governance.  Review by Jan-Erik Lane.
Len Scott, R. Gerald Hughes, and Martin S. Alexander.  Intelligence and International Security: New Perspectives and Agendas.  Review by Andrei Alexandru Babadac.
Stuart Shields, Huw Macartney, and Ian Bruff.  Critical International Political Economy: Dialogue, Debate, and Dissensus.  Review by Jamie Jordan.
Ramesh Thakur.  The Responsibility to Protect: Norms, Laws, and the Use of Force in International Politics.  Cristina Gabriela Badescu.  Humanitarian Intervention and the Responsibility to Protect: Security and Human Rights.  Review by Adrian M. Gallagher.
Mathijs van Leeuwen.  Discourses and Practices of Civil-Society Peacebuilding.  Review by Direnc Kanol.
Roger Wertheimer.  Empowering Our Military Conscience: Transforming Just War Theory and Military Moral Education.  Review by Chris Rahman.
Daniel Yergin.  The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World.  Review by Jonna Nyman.
Comparative Politics Book Reviews
Chris Alden, Monika Thakur, and Mathew Arnold.  Militias and the Challenges of Post-conflict Peace: Silencing the Guns.  Review by Andrew G. Reiter.
Dan G. Cox, John Falconer, and Brian Stackhouse.  Terrorism, Instability, and Democracy in Asia and Africa.  Review by Rasul Ahmed Minja.
Yves Dezalay and Bryant G. Garth.  Lawyers and the Rule of Law in an Era of Globalization.  Review by Peter Brett.
Antonis A. Ellinas.  The Media and the Far Right in Western Europe: Playing the Nationalist Card.  Review by Pinar Sayan.
Jan Erk and Wilfred Swenden.  New Directions in Federalism Studies.  Melissa Haussman.  Federalism, Feminism, and Multilevel Governance.  Review by David S. Moon.
Sandra F. Joireman.  Where There Is No Government: Enforcing Property Rights in Common Law Africa.  Review by Peng Wang.
James Mahoney.  Colonialism and Postcolonialism Development: Spanish America in Comparative Perspective.  Review by Alex McDougall.
Raffaele Marchetti and Nathalie Tocci.  Civil Society, Conflicts and the Politicization of Human Rights.  Review by Andrew G. Reiter.
Sabrina P. Ramet.  Central and Southeast European Politics since 1989.  Review by Lyubka Savkova.
Marc Howard Ross.  Culture and Belonging in Divided Societies: Contestation and Symbolic Landscapes.  Review by Yves Laberge.
Bo Rothstein.  The Quality of Government: Corruption, Social Trust, and Inequality in International Perspective.  Review by Jonathan Rose.
Maria Todorova and Zsuzsa Gille.  Post-Communist Nostalgia.  Review by Sergiu Gherghina.
General Politics Book Reviews
Nicholas W. Barber.  The Constitutional State.  Review by Agustin Jose Menendez.
Daniel Beland and Robert Henry Cox.  Ideas and Politics in Social Science Research.  Review by Martin B. Carstensen.
Michael E. Brown.  The Historiography of Communism.  Review by Sheryl Buckley.
Donatella Campus, Gianfranco Pasquino, and Martin Bull.  Maestri of Political Science Volume 2.  Review by Paolo Morisi.
Bruce Carruthers and Laura Ariovich.  Money and Credit: A Sociological Approach.  Review by Ivaylo Yorgov.
Colin Crouch.  The Strange Non-Death of Neoliberalism.  Review by Rob Manwaring.
Gerard Dumenil and Dominique Levy.  The Crisis of Neoliberalism.  Review by Jamie Jordan.
John Eatwell and Murray Milgate.  The Fall and Rise of Keynesian Economics.  Review by Jonathan Newell.
Ewald Engelen, Ismail Erturk, Julie Froud, Sukhdev Johal, Adam Leaver, Michael Moran, Adriana Nilsson, and Karel Williams.  After The Great Complacence: Financial Crisis and Politics of Reform.  Review by Liam Stanley.
James S. Fishkin and Robert E. Goodin.  Population and Political Theory: Philosophy, Politics, and Society 8.  Review by Simon Wigley.
Bryan T. McGraw.  Faith in Politics: Religion and Liberal Democracy.  Anthony Gill.  The Political Origins of Religious Liberty.  Review by Sarbeswar Sahoo.
Ganesh Nathan.  Social Freedom in a Multicultural State: Towards a Theory of Intercultural Justice.  Review by Andrew Shorten.
Norma M. RIccuccui.  Public Administration: Traditions of Inquiry and Philosophies of Knowledge.  Review by Hasan Engin Sener.
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Signs, Vol. 38, #1, 2012
Comparative Perspectives Symposium: Romani Feminisms
Ethel C. Brooks.  The possibilities of Romani feminism.
Alexandra Oprea.  Romani feminism in reactive times.
Petra Gelbart.  Either sing or go get the beer: Contradictions of (Romani) female power in Central Europe.
Carol Silverman.  Education, agency, and power among Macedonian Muslim Romani women in New York City.
Debra L. Schultz.  Translating intersectionality theory into practice: A tale of Romani-Gadze feminist alliance.
Nicoleta Bitu and Eniko Vincze.  Personal encounters and parallel paths toward Romani feminism.
Brooke Meredith Beloso.  Sex, work, and the feminist erasure of class.
Rebecca L. Clark Mane. Transmuting grammars of whiteness in third-wave feminism: Interrogating postrace histories, postmodern abstraction, and the proliferation of difference in third-wave texts.
Sally L. KItch and Mary Margaret Fonow.  Analyzing women’s studies dissertations: Methodologies, epistemologies, and field formation.
Erica E. Townsend-Bell.  Writing the way to feminism.
Angela Ixkic Bastian Duarte.  From the margins of Latin American feminism: Indigenous and lesbian feminisms.
Mikaela Luttrell-Rowland.  Ambivalence, conflation, and invisibility: A feminist analysis of state enactment of children’s rights in Peru.
Kimberly Kelly.  In the name of the mother: Renegotiating conservative women’s authority in the crisis pregnancy center movement.
Book Reviews
Mark Rifkin.  When Did Indians Become Straight?  Kinship, the History of Sexuality, and Native Sovereignty.  Scott Lauria Morgensen.  Spaces Between Us: Queer Settler Colonialism and Indigenous Decolonization.  Quo-Li Driskill, Chris Finley, Brian Joseph Gilley, and Scott Lauria Morgensen.  Queer Indigenous Studies: Critical Interventions in Theory, Politics, and Literature.  Review by Stephanie Clare.
John Bowles.  Adrian Piper: Race, Gender, and Embodiment.  Cherise Smith.  Enacting Others: Politics of Identity in Eleanor Antin, Nikki S. Lee, Adrian Piper, and Anna Deavere Smith.  Review by Margo Hobbs Thompson.
Wendy S. Hesford.  Spectacular Rhetorics: Human Rights Visions, Recognitions, Feminisms.  Dorothy L. Hodgson.  Gender and Culture at the Limits of Rights.
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Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, Vol. 33, #4, 2012
Special Issue: Quality of Care: Conceptual, Epistemic, and Ethical Inquiries
James Lindemann Nelson.  Quality of care: a preface.
Maya J. Goldenberg.  Defining “quality of care” persuasively.
Sandra J. Tanenbaum.  Improving the quality of medical care: The normativity of evidence-based performance standards.
Leah McClimans and John P. Browne.  Quality of life is a process not an outcome.
Elizabeth Bogdan-Lovis, Leonard Fleck, and Henry C. Barry.  It’s NOT FAIR!  Or is it?  The promise and tyranny of evidence-based performance assessment.
Mats Hanson.  Where should we draw the line between quality of care and other ethical concerns related to medial registries and biobanks?
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Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law, Vol. 14, 2011
Annyssa Bellal and Louise Doswald-Beck.  Evaluating the use of force during the Arab Spring.
Amichai Cohen and Yuval Shany.  Beyond the grave breaches regime: The duty to investigate alleged violations of international law governing armed conflicts.
Sean Watts.  Domestic investigation of suspected law of armed conflict violations: United States procedures, policies, and practices.
Aoife O’Donoghue.  Splendid isolation: International humanitarian law, legal theory, and the international legal order.
Geroge Cadwalader.  The rules governing the conduct of hostilities in additional Protocol I to the Geneva Conventions of 1949: A review of relevant United States references.
Current Developments
Mohbuba Choudhury, Aleksandra Bojovic, and Louise Arimatsu.  Year in review 2011.
Chris De Cock.  Operation unified protector and the protection of civilians in Libya.
Jelena Pejic.  The ECtHR’s Al-Jedda judgment: Implications for IHL.
Beth Van Schaack.  The killing of Osama bin Laden and Anwar Al-Aulaqi: Uncharted legal territory.
Helen Durham and Phoebe Wynn-Pope.  Protecting the ‘helpers’: Humanitarians and health care workers during times of armed conflict.
Forum: Reflections on 9/11 and IHL
Dieter Fleck.  International human law a decade after September 11: Developments and perspectives.
W. Hays Parks.  Perspective and the importance of history.
Charles Garraway.  Can the law of armed conflict survive 9/11?
Rob McLaughlin.  ‘Terrorism’ as a central theme in the evolution of a maritime operations law since 11 September 2011
Matthew C. Waxman.  Temporality and terrorism in international humanitarian law.
Vijay M. Padmanabhan.  Legacy of 9/11: Continuing the humanization of humanitarian law.
Charles J. Dunlap.  The mottled legacy of 9/11: A few reflections on the evolution of the international law of armed conflict.
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