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Edited by Michael N. Schmitt and Leslie C. Green, 1998
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Table of Contents

Foreword and Introduction

Professor Howard Levie and the Law of War
Richard J. Grunawalt

The Nature and Scope of the Armistice Agreement
Howard Levie

Prisoners of War and the Protecting Power
Howard Levie

The Employment of Prisoners of War
Howard Levie

Across the Table at Pan Mun Jom
Howard Levie

Maltreatment of Prisoners Of War in Vietnam
Howard Levie

Some Major Inadequacies in the Existing Law Relating to the Protection of Individuals During Armed Conflict
Howard Levie

Civilian Sanctuaries: An Impractical Proposal
Howard Levie

International Law Aspects of Repatriation of Prisoners of War During Hostilities: A Reply
Howard Levie

Weapons of Warfare
Howard Levie

The Falklands Crisis and the Laws of War
Howard Levie

Criminality in the Law of War
Howard Levie

Means and Methods of Combat at Sea
Howard Levie

The Status of Belligerent Personnel "Splashed" and Rescued by a Neutral in the Persian Gulf Area
Howard Levie

Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Weapons
Howard Levie

The Rise and Fall of An Internationally Codified Denial of the Defense of Superior Orders
Howard Levie

Submarine Warfare: With Emphasis on the 1936 London Protocol
Howard Levie

The 1977 Protocol I and the United States
Howard Levie

Prohibitions and Restrictions on the Use of Conventional Weapons
Howard Levie

Violations of Human Rights in Time of War As War Crimes
Howard Levie

The Law of War Since 1949
Howard Levie

Prosecuting War Crimes Before An International Tribunal
Howard Levie

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The Statue of the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: A Comparison With the Past and a Look at the Future
Howard Levie

Was the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln a War Crime?
Howard Levie

War Crimes in the Persian Gulf
Howard Levie

Enforcing the Third Geneva Convention On the Humanitarian Treatment of Prisoners of War
Howard Levie

Appendix

Index