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0000 0003 9859 5657
Name: 
Waxman, M. C.
Waxman, Matthew
Waxman, Matthew C.
Dates: 
1972-
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article
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author
Related names: 
Barak, Daphne
Byman, Daniel (1967-.)
Byman, Daniel (1967-)
Byman, Daniel L. (1967-)
Council on Foreign Relations. International Institutions and Global Governance Program
Larson, Eric V. (1957-)
Larson, Eric Victor (1957-)
Project Air Force (U.S.)
Rand Corporation
Robin, Marie-Monique (1960-....))
Valéro, Jean-Louis
Titles: 
Administrative Detention : Integrating Strategy and Institutional Design
Air power as a coercive instrument
Coercing Saddam Hussein : lessons from the past
Confronting Iraq : U.S. policy and the use of force since the Gulf War
Cyber-Attacks and the Use of Force : back to the Future of Article 2(4)
Defeating US coercion
Detention as Targeting : Standards of Certainty and Detention of Suspected Terrorists
dynamics of coercion american foreign policy and the limits of military might, The
effectiveness of air power as ... 1999:, The
Guantánamo, Habeas Corpus, and Standards of Proof : Viewing the Law Through Multiple Lenses
International law and the politics of urban air operations
Intervention to stop genocide and mass atrocities international norms and U.S. policy
National Security Federalism in the Age of Terror
Regulating Resort to Force : Form and Substance of the UN Charter Regime
Secret Evidence and the Due Process of Terrorist Detentions
Siegecraft and surrender : the law and strategy of cities as targets
Structure of Terrorism Threats and the Laws of War (Symposium: War Bound by Law: Non-State Actors and the Law of Armed Conflict in the Twenty-First Century), The
Temporality and terrorism in International Humanitarian Law
Torture made in USA
United States Detention Operations in Afghanistan and the Law of Armed Conflict
Use of Force Against States that Might Have Weapons of Mass Destruction, The
Contributed to or performed: 
MICHIGAN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
RAND -PUBLICATIONS- MR -ALL SERIES-
STANFORD LAW REVIEW
YALE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
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