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A Global Approach to National Policy

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Publication Date: 01/01/1975

320 pages

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  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Part One: The Framework
    • 1. The State System under Siege
    • 2. Law, Lawyers, and the Conduct of American Foreign Relations
    • 3. The Denuclearization of Global Politics
  • Part Two: The Wider Lessons of Indochina
    • 4. Learning from Vietnam
    • 5. Counterinsurgency Warfare in Vietnam and International Law
    • 6. Ecocide and the Case for an Ecocide Convention
    • 7. A Nuremberg Perspective on the Pentagon Papers Trial
    • 8. A Nuremberg Perspective on the Trial of Karl Armstrong
    • 9. Nuremberg Reconsidered
  • Part Three: Analytic Modes
    • 10. The United Nations: Constitutional and Behavioral Tendencies
    • 11. Geopolitics and World Order
  • Part Four: A Vision for the Future
    • 12. Reforming World Order: Zones of Consciousness and Domains of Action
  • Appendix 1. The Nuremberg Principles
  • Appendix 2. A Draft International Convention on the Crime of Ecocide
  • Appendix 3. A Draft Protocol on Environmental Warfare
  • Appendix 4. A Draft Petition on Ecocide and Environmental Warfare
  • Appendix 5. A Draft Peoples’ Petition of Redress on Ecocide and Environmental Warfare
  • Notes
  • Index

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