AMJIL

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AMJILAmerican Journal of International Law
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2004) 98 (3) American Journal of International Law.
Lee, "The Right to Compensation: Refugees and Countries of Asylum," American journal of International Law 80, no.
2006), "The Territorial Temptation: A Siren Song at Sea," The American Journal of International Law 100: 840.
See "International Military Tribunal (Nuremberg): Judgment and Sentences," 41 American Journal of International Law 172, 218 (1947).
Farer, "Human Rights in Law's Empire: The Jurisprudence of War," American Journal of International Law, 85 (January 1991), 122; Sean D.
108) Cranshaw, above n 107, 8; Carl Q Christol and Charles R Davis, 'Maritime Quarantine: The Naval Interdiction of Offensive Military Weapons and Associated Materiel to Cuba, 1962' (1963) 57 American Journal of International Law 525, 530.
5) Quincy Wright, "International Law and Ideologies," American Journal of International Law 48:4 (October 1954):619.
Hyperownership in a Time of Biotechnological Promise: The International Conflict to Control the Building Blocks of Life" by Sabrina Safrin, in The American Journal of International Law (Oct.
Titles include: American Journal of International Law, published quarterly; International Legal Materials, a bi-monthly journal; Studies in Transnational Legal Policy and Trilateral Perspectives on International Legal Issues, both essay series; International Legal Theory, a quarterly newsletter; and, the annual ASIL Proceedings.
Forsythe, "Who Guards the Guardians: Third Parties and the Law of Armed Conflict," American Journal of International Law 70 (1976): 41-61, on the system of protective powers under the Geneva Conventions.
See Paragraph 74 of the American Journal of International Law 858-89, at 865 (1980).
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