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Contents: Introduction, Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg; War reprisals in the war crimes trials and in the Geneva Conventions of 1949, A.R. Albrecht; Belligerent reprisals revisited, F. Kalshoven; The implementation and enforcement of the Geneva Conventions of 1949 and the additional Protocols of 1978, G.I.A.D. Draper; The role of legal advisers in the armed forces, Leslie C. Green; The man in the field and the maxim of ignorantia iuris non excusat, L.C. Green; Private pecuniary claims arising out of war, Edwin M. Borchard; State responsibility for warlike acts of the armed forces: from Article 3 of Hague Convention IV of 1907 to Article 91 of Additional Protocol I of 1977 and beyond, Frits Kalshoven; The history of the grave breaches regime, Yves Sandoz; The universality principle and war crimes, Yoram Dinstein; The law of nations and the punishment of war crimes, H. Lauterpacht; The municipal and international law basis of jurisdiction over war crimes, Richard R. Baxter; Superior orders and the reasonable man, L.C. Green; Command responsibility for war crimes, William H. Parks; Accountability for international crimes: from conjecture to reality, Jelena Pejic; Law and military interventions: preserving humanitarian values in 21st conflicts, Charles J. Dunlap Jr; Name index.

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Michael N. Schmitt, Professor, United States Naval War College and Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg, Professor, European University Viadrina Frankfurt, Germany.

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