|Title:||The Iraq War and International Law|
|Publisher:||Oxford and Portland, Oregon|
|Description:||Even before it commenced, the Iraq War of 2003 provoked unparalleled legal attention. For many, the role and applicability of international law became the focus of comment and indeed resistance. Whether the war was legal or not was the basis for heated and protracted political and social debate. After the conflict ended and the occupation of Iraq began, the legal questions did not cease. If anything they increased significantly|
|Appears in Collections:||Education Planning & Management(EDPM)|
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