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    Anticipatory Self-Defence and International Law - a Re-Evaluation.Amos N. Guiora - unknown
    Traditional state v. state war is largely a relic. How then does a nation-state protect itself - preemptively - against the unseen enemy? Existing international law - the Caroline Doctrine, UN Charter Article 51, Security Council Resolutions 1368 and 1373 - do not provide sufficiently clear guidelines regarding when a state may take preemptive or anticipatory action against a non-state actor. This article proposes rearticulating international law to allow a state to act earlier provided sufficient intelligence is available. After examining (...)
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    Indefinite Detention of Mega-Terrorists: A Road We Must Not Travel.Amos N. Guiora - 2011 - Criminal Justice Ethics 30 (1):74-81.
    In his thought-provoking, carefully crafted, and impressively researched article, Don Scheid makes a compelling argument for an indefinite detention paradigm for “mega-terrorists.” Scheid's proposa...
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    Light at the End of the Pipeline?: Choosing a Forum for Suspected Terrorists.Amos N. Guiora & John T. Parry - manuscript
    Despite the fact that six years have passed since 9/11, the Pentagon's recent decision to try six Guantanamo detainees for capital crimes such as terrorism and support of terrorism made national headlines. William Glaberson, "U.S. Charges 6 With Key Roles in 9/11 Attacks", N.Y. Times, Feb. 11, 2008, at A1. In this Debate, Professors Amos N. Guiora, of the University of Utah, and John T. Parry, of Lewis & Clark Law School, attempt to settle the question of what sort of (...)
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