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Law and the Indo-China War
Published by Princeton University Press
John Norton Moore, the most prominent legal scholar to defend a position basically in agreement with the present Administration, presents a coherent, well-argued interpretation of the specific legal issues raised by U.S. involvement in Vietnam and their implications for international and constitutional law. Originally published in 1972. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.
*Frontmatter, pg. i*Foreword, pg. vii*Introduction, pg. xvii*A Postscript on The Pentagon Papers , pg. xxiii*Acknowledgments, pg. xxxi*Contents, pg. xxxiv*Introduction, pg. 3*I. The Role of Law in the Management of International Conflict, pg. 8*II. Prolegomenon to the Jurisprudence of Myres McDougal and Harold Lasswell, pg. 47*Introduction, pg. 79*III. Intervention: A Monochromatic Term for a Polychromatic Reality, pg. 83*IV. The Control of Foreign Intervention in Internal Conflict, pg. 115*V. The Elephant Misperceived: Intervention and American Foreign Policy, pg. 287*VI. The Role of Regional Arrangements in the Maintenance of World Order, pg. 296*Introduction, pg. 353*VII. The Lawfulness of Military Assistance to the Republic of Vietnam, pg. 358*VIII. International Law and the United States Role in Vietnam: A Reply to Professor FaIk, pg. 403*IX. Law and Politics in the Vietnamese War: A Response to Professor Friedmann, pg. 458*X. Legal Dimensions of the Decision to Intercede in Cambodia, pg. 479*Introduction, pg. 533*XI. The National Executive and the Use of the Armed Forces Abroad, pg. 538*XII. Congress and the Use of the Armed Forces Abroad, pg. 554*XIII. The Justiciability of Challenges to the Use of Military Forces Abroad, pg. 570*APPENDIX A. MEMORANDUM BY THE STATE DEPARTMENT LEGAL ADVISER, LEONARD C. MEEKER, ON THE LEGAL ASPECTS OF THE VIETNAM SITUATION (MARCH 4, 1966, pg. 601*APPENDIX B. MEMORANDUM BY THE STATE DEPARTMENT ASSISTANT LEGAL ADVISER FOR FAR EASTERN AFFAIRS, GEORGE ALDRICH, ON THE APPLICABILITY OF THE GENEVA CONVENTION OF 1949 RELATIVE TO THE TREATMENT OF PRISONERS OF WAR TO AMERICAN MILITARY PERSONNEL HELD BY NORTH VIETNAM (JULY 13, 1966), pg. 633*APPENDIX C. ADDRESS BY THE STATE DEPARTMENT LEGAL ADVISER, JOHN R. STEVENSON, ON THE INTERNATIONAL-LEGAL ASPECTS OF THE CAMBODIAN INCURSION (May 28, 1970), pg. 641*APPENDIX D. THE 1954 GENEVA AGREEMENTS FOR CAMBODIA, LAOS, AND VIETNAM, pg. 655*APPENDIX E. THE 1962 GENEVA AGREEMENT FOR LAOS, pg. 709*APPENDIX F. THE SOUTHEAST ASIA COLLECTIVE DEFENSE TREATY AND PROTOCOL, pg. 725*APPENDIX G. THE SOUTHEAST ASIA RESOLUTION (TONKIN GULF RESOLUTION), pg. 737*A Selected Bibliography of Writings on Indo-China and the Legal Order, pg. 741*Index, pg. 763
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