Bibliography- International Law- War Crimes

Rosalyn Higgins, Problems and Process: International Law and How
We Use It (Oxford University Press Reprint 1995).

Jack Donnelly, Human Rights in Theory and Practice, 2d Ed. (Cornell
University Press 2002).

Ian Brownlie & Guy S. Goodwin, Basic Documents on Human Rights,
5th Ed. (Oxford University Press 2006). (Hereinafter Brownlie &
Goodwin.)

Julie Stone Peters & Andrea Wolper, eds., Women’s Rights, Human
Rights (Taylor & Francis, Inc. 1995).

Adam Jones, Genocide: A Comprehensive Introduction (Routledge/
Taylor & Francis Publishers 2006).

Martha Finnemore, The Purpose of Intervention: Changing Beliefs
About the Use of Force (Cornell University Press 2004).

Geoffrey Wawro & Philippe Sands, eds., From Nuremberg to the
Hague: The Future of International Criminal Justice (Cambridge
University Press 2003).

Dieter Fleck, et al., Handbook of Humanitarian Law in Armed
Conflicts (Oxford University Press 2000).

Adam Roberts & Richard Guelff, Documents on the Laws of War
(Oxford University Press 2000). (Hereinafter Roberts & Guelff.)

Alexandra Stiglmayer, Marion Faber (translator), Mass Rape: The War
against Women in Bosnia-Herzegovina (University of Nebraska Press
1994).

David Rose, Guantanomo: The War on Human Rights (The New Press
2004).

Alfred W. McCoy, A Question of Torture: CIA Interrogation from
the Cold War to the War on Terror (Henry Holt & Company 2006).

William F. Schulz, In Our Own Best Interests (Beacon Press 2002).

Rosalyn Higgins, Problems and Process: International Law and How
We Use It (Oxford University Press Reprint 1995).

Rosalyn Higgins, Problems and Process: International Law and How
We Use It (Oxford University Press Reprint 1995).

Jack Donnelly, Human Rights in Theory and Practice, 2d Ed. (Cornell
University Press 2002).

Oona A. Hathaway, “Do Human Rights Treaties Make a Difference?” 111
Yale L.J. 1935 (2002)

Relevant Provisions of the United Nations Charter, 1945, Brownlie &
Goodwin,

Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948, Brownlie & Goodwin

International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, 1966, Brownlie &
Goodwin

International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, 1966, Brownlie &
Goodwin

Declaration on the Right to Development, 1986, Brownlie & Goodwin

Appointment of a United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights,
1993, Brownlie & Goodwin

Samuel P. Huntington, “The Clash of Civilizations?”

Heiner Bielefeldt, “Muslim Voices in the Human Rights Debate,” 17
Human Rights Quarterly 587 (1995)

Daniel A. Bell, “The East Asian Challenge to Human Rights: Reflections
on an East West Dialogue,” 18 Human Rights Quarterly 641 (1996).

Thomas M. Franck, “Are Human Rights Universal?” 80(1) Foreign
Affairs 191 (Jan/Feb 2001)

Jack Donnelly, Human Rights in Theory and Practice, 2d Ed. (Cornell
University Press 2002).

Julie Stone Peters & Andrea Wolper, eds., Women’s Rights, Human
Rights (Taylor & Francis, Inc. 1995).

Gila Stopler, “Countenancing the Oppression of Women: How Liberals
Tolerate Religious and Cultural Practices that Discriminate Against
Women,” 12 Colum. J. Gender & L. 154 (2003)

Convention on the Political Rights of Women, 1953, Brownlie &
Goodwin

Declaration on the Protection of Women and Children in Emergency and
Armed Conflict, 1974, Brownlie & Goodwin

Convention of the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against
Women, 1979, Brownlie & Goodwin

Declaration on the Elimination of Violence against Women, 1993,
Brownlie & Goodwin

Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, Fourth World Conference on
Women: Action for Equality, Development and Peace, 1995, Brownlie &
Goodwin

Adam Jones, Genocide: A Comprehensive Introduction (Routledge/
Taylor & Francis Publishers 2006). Read chapters 1-2, & 8-14.

Rosalyn Higgins, Problems and Process: International Law and How
We Use It (Oxford University Press Reprint 1995). Read chapter 7.

Jack Donnelly, Human Rights in Theory and Practice, 2d Ed. (Cornell
University Press 2002). Read chapter 12 (including Appendix.)
B. Relevant Documents:

Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide,
1948, Brownlie & Goodwin, at 283.

Convention Concerning Indigenous and Tribal Peoples in Independent
Countries, 1989, Brownlie & Goodwin, at 557. Passim.

Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic,
Religious, or Linguistic Minorities, 1992, Brownlie & Goodwin, at 134.
Draft United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples,
1994, Brownlie & Goodwin

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Declaration_on_the_Rights_of_
Indigenous_Peoples

Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity, 2001, Brownlie & Goodwin,

Basic Principles and Guidelines on the Right to a Remedy and Reparation
for Victims of Gross Violations of International Human Rights Law and
Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law, 2005, Brownlie &
Goodwin

Adam Jones, Genocide: A Comprehensive Introduction (Routledge/
Taylor & Francis Publishers 2006).

Theodor Meron, “Reflections on the Prosecution of War Crimes by
International Tribunals,” 100 A.J.I.L. 551 (2006). (Reading # 7.)
Martha Finnemore, The Purpose of Intervention: Changing Beliefs
About the Use of Force (Cornell University Press 2004).

Rosalyn Higgins, Problems and Process: International Law and How
We Use It (Oxford University Press Reprint 1995).

Jack Donnelly, Human Rights in Theory and Practice, 2d Ed. (Cornell
University Press 2002).

T. Modibo Ocran, “The Doctrine of Humanitarian Intervention in light of
Robust Peacekeeping,” 25 B.C. Int?l & Comp. L. Rev. 1 (2002).

Richard Falk, “The Complexities of Humanitarian Intervention: A New
World Order Challenge,” 17 Mich. J. Int?l L. 491 (1996). (Reading # 9.)
Week Seven: March 3, 2009

Adam Jones, Genocide: A Comprehensive Introduction (Routledge/
Taylor & Francis Publishers 2006).

Theodor Meron, “Reflections on the Prosecution of War Crimes by
International Tribunals,” 100 A.J.I.L. 551 (2006).

Geoffrey Wawro & Philippe Sands, eds., From Nuremberg to the
Hague: The Future of International Criminal Justice (Cambridge
University Press 2003).

Jamie Mayerfeld, “Who Shall Be the Judge?: The United States, the
International Criminal Court, and the Global Enforcement of Human
Rights,” 25 Human Rights Quarterly 93 (Feb. 2003).

Payam Akhavan, “Beyond Impunity: Can International Criminal Justice
Prevent Future Atrocities?” 95 A.J.I.L. 7 (2001).

Guenael Mettraux, “Crimes Against Humanity in the Jurisprudence of the
International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and for
Rwanda,” 43 Harv. Int?l L.J. 237 (2002) (Black letter law).

Henry A. Kissinger, “The Pitfalls of Universal Jurisdiction,” 80(4)
Foreign Affairs 86 (July/Aug. 2001) (Denying the existence of universal
jurisdiction).

1946 Judgment of the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg:
Extract on Crimes against International Law, Roberts & Guelff, at 175.
1993 Statute of International Criminal Tribunal for the Former
Yugoslavia: Extract, Roberts & Guelff

1994 Statute of International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: Extract,
Roberts & Guelff

1998 Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: Extract, Roberts
& Guelff, at 667.

Theodor Meron, “The Humanization of Humanitarian Law, 94
A.J.I.L. 239 (2000).

Dieter Fleck, et al., Handbook of Humanitarian Law in Armed
Conflicts (Oxford University Press 2000). Read chapters 1-2.

1991 Operation Desert Storm, US Rules of Engagement: Pocket
Card, Roberts & Guelff

1978 Red Cross Fundamental Rules of International Humanitarian
Law Applicable in Armed Conflicts, Roberts & Guelff, at 513.
1977 Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August
1949, and Relating to the Protection of Victims of International
Armed Conflicts (Protocol I), Part V, Sect. II: Repression of
Breaches of the Conventions of the Protocol, Roberts & Guelff, at
470.

Dieter Fleck, et al., Handbook of Humanitarian Law in Armed
Conflicts (Oxford University Press 2000). Read chapter 4.
Christian M. Capece, “The Ottawa Treaty and Its Impact on U.S. Military
Policy and Planning,” 25 Brooklyn J. Int?l L. 183 (1999).

Yuette Politis, “The Regulation of an Invisible Enemy: The

International Community?s Response to Land Mine Proliferation,” 22 B.C. Int?l & Comp. L. Rev. 465 (1999).

Diana, Princess of Wales, “Responding to Landmines: A Modern Tragedy
and its Solutions: Keynote Address,”

http://www.happychild.org.uk/nvs/focus/landmines/landmin2.htm

Major Thomas J. Herthel, “On the Chopping Block: Cluster Munitions
and the Law of War,” 51 A.F.L. Rev. 229 (2001). (Reading # 19.)
Thomas Michael McDonnell, “Cluster Bombs over Kosovo: A Violation
of International Law?” 44 Ariz. F.L. Rev. 229 (2001).

1868 St. Petersburg Declaration Renouncing the Use, in Time of War, of
Explosive Projectiles Under 400 Grammes Weight, Roberts & Guelff

1899 Hague Declaration 2 Concerning Asphyxiating Gases, Roberts &
Guelff

1899 Hague Declaration 3 Concerning Expanding Bullets, Roberts &
Guelff

1907 Hague Convention IV Respecting the Laws and Customs of War on
Land, Roberts & Guelff, 67.

1925 Geneva Protocol for the Prohibition of the Use in War of
Asphyxiating, Poisonous or Other Gases, and of Bacteriological Methods
of Warfare, Roberts & Guelff

1976 U.N. Convention on the Prohibition of Military or Any Other
Hostile Use of Environmental Modification Techniques, Roberts &
Guelff

1977 Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949,
and Relating to the Protection of Victims of International Armed

(Protocol I), Part III, Sect. I: Methods and Means of Warefare, Roberts & Guelff

1980 U.N. Convention on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of
Certain Conventional Weapons which may be Deemed to be Excessively
Injurious or to have Indiscriminate Effects, Roberts & Guelff, at 515.
And Protocols, 527-560.

1996 Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice on the
Legality of the Threat or Use of Nuclear Weapons: Extract, Roberts &
Guelff, at 639.

1997 Ottawa Convention on the Prohibition of the Use, Stockpiling,
Production and Transfer of Anti-Personnel Mines and on their
Destruction, Roberts & Guelff, at 645.
Week Ten: March 31, 2009

Dieter Fleck, et al., Handbook of Humanitarain Law in Armed
Conflicts, (Oxford University Press).

“CNN PRESENTS: God’s Jewish Warriors,” Aired August 21,
2007 – 21:00 ET (Transcript). (Reading # 21.)

Geoffrey R. Watson, “Israeli High Court of Justice Decision on the
Legality of a Portion of Israel?s “Security Fence” in the West Bank
underInternational Humanitarian Law,” 100 A.J.I.L. 895 (2006).

Adam Roberts, “Transformative Military Occupation: Applying the Laws
of War and Human Rights,” 100 A.J.I.L. 508 (2006).

1949 Convention IV Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in
Time of War, Roberts & Guelff

1977 Geneva Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12
August 1949, and Relating to the Protection of Victims of International
Armed Conflicts (Protocol I), Part IV, Civilian Populations, Roberts &
Guelff

Dieter Fleck, et al., Handbook of Humanitarian Law in Armed
Conflicts (Oxford University Press 2000).

Alexandra Stiglmayer, Marion Faber (translator), Mass Rape: The War
against Women in Bosnia-Herzegovina (University of Nebraska Press
1994). Read Alexandra Stiglmayer, “The War in the Former
Yugoslavia,” at page 1; Paul Parin, “Open Wounds: Ethnopsychoanlytic
Reflections on the Wars in the Former Yugoslavia, at page 35; Ruth
Seifert, “War and Rape: A Preliminary Analysis,” at page 54; Catharine
15

A. MacKinnon, “Turning Rape into Pornography: Postmodern Genocide,”
at page 73; Vera Folnegovic-Smalc,

“Psychiatric Aspects of the Rapes in
the War against the Republics of Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina,”at
page 174; Catharine A. MacKinnon,

“Rape, Genocide, and Women?s
Human Rights,” at page 183; & Rhonda Copelon,

“Surfacing Gender: Reconceptualizing Crimes against Women in Time of War,” at page 197.

Theodor Meron, “Rape as a Crime Under International Humanitarian
Law,” 87 A.J.I.L. 424 (1993)

Wolfgang Schomburg & Ines Peterson, “Genuine Consent to Sexual
Violence under International Criminal Law,” 101 A.J.I.L. 121 (2007).

1949 Convention IV Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in
Time of War, Roberts & Guelf

1977 Geneva Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12
August 1949, and Relating to the Protection of Victims of International
Armed Conflicts (Protocol I), Part IV, Civilian Populations, Roberts &
Guelff

Dieter Fleck, et al., Handbook of Humanitarian Law in Armed
Conflicts (Oxford University Press 2000).

David Rose, Guantanomo: The War on Human Rights (The New Press
2004). Read book in its entirety.

Knut D rmann, “The Legal Situation of Unlawful/Unprivileged
Combatants,” 85 IRRC 45 (2003).

Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners, 1955,
Brownlie & Goodwin

Body of Principles for the Protection of All Persons under Any
Form of Detention or Imprisonment, 1988, Brownlie & Goodwin,

Basic Principles for the Treatment of Prisoners, 1990, Brownlie &
Goodwin

Declaration on the Protection of All Persons from Enforced
Disappearance, 1992, Brownlie & Goodwin

1949 Convention III Relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War,
Roberts & Guelff, at 243.

1977 Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August
1949, and Relating to the Protection of Victims of International
Armed Conflicts (Protocol I), Part III, Sect. II: Combat and
Prisoner of War Status, Roberts & Guelff

Mary Ellen O’Connell, “The Legal Case against the Global War on
Terror,” 37 Case W. Res. J. Int?l L. 349 (2005)

Alfred W. McCoy, A Question of Torture: CIA Interrogation from the
Cold War to the War on Terror (Henry Holt & Company 2006)

Jose E. Alvarez, “Torturing the Law,” 37 Case W. Res. J. Int?l L. 175
(2006). (Reading # 28.)

Henry Shue, “Torture in Dreamland: Disposing of the Ticking Bomb,” 37
Case W.J. Int?l L. 231 (2006). (Reading # 29.)

Leila Nadya Sadat, “Ghost Prisoners and Black Sites: extraordinary
Rendition under International Law,” 37 Case. W.J. Int?l L. 309 (2006).

Amos N. Guiora & Erin M. Page, “The Unholy Trinity: Intelligence,
Interrogation and Torture,” 37 Case W. Res. J. Int?l L. 427 (2006).

Declaration on the Protection of All Persons From Being Subjected
to Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or
Punishment, 1975, Brownlie & Goodwin

Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or
Degrading Treatment or Punishment, 1984, Brownlie & Goodwin,

Declaration on the Protection of All Persons from Enforced
Disappearance, 1992, Brownlie & Goodwin

1949 Convention III Relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War,
Roberts & Guelff, at 243. Review.

1977 Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August
1949, and Relating to the Protection of Victims of International
Armed Conflicts (Protocol I), Part III, Sect. II: Combat and
Prisoner of War Status, Roberts & Guelff

XIV. Human Rights, Humanitarian Law and Realpolitik:
Jack Donnelly, Human Rights in Theory and Practice, 2d Ed. (Cornell
University Press 2002).

Lisa H. Gelb & Justine A. Rosenthal, “The Rise of Ethics in Foreign
Policy,” 82 (3) Foreign Affairs 2 (May/June 2003).

Lesley Wexler, “The International Deployment of Shame, Second-Best
Responses, and Norm Entrepreneurship: The Campaign to Ban
Landmines and Landmine Ban Treaty,” 20 Ariz. J. Int?l & Comp. Law
561 (2003).

David Carleton & Michael Stohl, “The Foreign Policy of Human Rights:
Rhetoric and Reality from Jimmy Carter to Ronald Reagan,” 7 Human
Rights Quarterly 205 (May 1985).

William F. Schulz, In Our Own Best Interests (Beacon Press 2002).

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