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The United States’ Use of Drones in the War on Terror: The (Il)Legality of Targeted Killings Under International Law
After the terrorist attacks of 9/11, President George W. Bush, in his capacity as Commander-in-Chief, authorized the use of drones against leaders of Al Qaeda forces, pursuant to Congress’Expand
[Intravenous immunoglobulin in the treatment of malignant epilepsy in children].
The authors consider the number of patients still too small to make a final assessment, but they believe that intravenous immunoglobulin holds an important position in the treatment of malignant epilepsy in childhood. Expand
The Right to Self-determination Under International Law: “Selfistans,” Secession, and the Rule of the Great Powers
Introduction 1. The Notion of Self-determination 2. Recent Applications of Self-determination 3. Self-determination and Other Theories 4. The Great Powers' Rule or a New Theory of Self-determinationExpand
The Case of Kosovo: Self-Determination, Secession, and Statehood Under International Law
  • M. Sterio
  • Political Science
  • Proceedings of the ASIL Annual Meeting
  • 2010
On the Right to External Self-Determination: 'Selfistans,' Secession and the Great Powers' Rule
The notion of self-determination is not novel in modern international law. It stems back to the beginning of the 20th century, when world leaders in the wake of World War I realized that nationalExpand
The Somali Piracy Problem: A Global Puzzle Necessitating a Global Solution
Over the past few years, piracy has exploded off the coast of Somalia. The Somali pirates congregate on a mother ship and then divide into smaller groups that sail out on tiny skiffs. Using potentExpand
Katyn Forest Massacre: Of Genocide, State Lies, and Secrecy
[Malignant epilepsy in children: therapy with high doses of intravenous immunoglobulin].
According to the authors opinion, i.v. immunoglobulin has its own place in ICE treatment, and it is evident in all cases where the classical antiepileptic and/or hormone therapy was unsuccessful, especially in children with IgG2 subclass deficiency, that is, in all the epilepsy cases where a great number of attacks is imperilling the psychomotor development in children. Expand
Prosecuting maritime piracy : domestic solutions to international crimes
Part I. Defining the Crime of Piracy and Establishing Jurisdiction over the Crime of Piracy: 1. The governing international law on maritime piracy Sandra Lynn Hodgkinson 2. The incorporation ofExpand