restricted access   Volume 69, Number 4, Winter 2002

Table of Contents

Editor’s Introduction

pp. V-VII


pp. 913-914

Just and Unjust Wars: A Diplomat’s Perspective

pp. 915-924

The Triumph of Just War Theory (and the Dangers of Success)

pp. 925-944

Introduction: Training the Military

pp. 947-948

Training: The Whys and Wherefores

pp. 949-962

Atrocities in War: Dirty Hands and Noncombatants

pp. 963-979

The United States Military and the Law of War: Inculcating an Ethos

pp. 981-1015

International Justice, War Crimes, and Terrorism

pp. 1019-1030


pp. 1035-1036

Victor’s Justice, Selfish Justice

pp. 1037-1046

International Law and Justice and America’s War on Terrorism

pp. 1049-1058

Why International Justice Limps

pp. 1061-1081


pp. 1085-1089

Bringing War Criminals to Justice: A Brief History

pp. 1091-1097

Stopping Genocide and Securing “Justice”: Learning by Doing

pp. 1099-1113

War Crimes and the Clinton Administration

pp. 1115-1123

Punishment of War Crimes by International Tribunals

pp. 1125-1140

Human Rights, the Laws of War, and Terrorism

pp. 1143-1164

Fables of Redemption in an Age of Barbarism

pp. 1167-1178

Introductory Remarks: Panel Discussion/Remarks

pp. 1181-1213

Index of Contributors

pp. 1215-1219