| Introduction: On the Relevance of Law to Nuclear Weapons ||ix|
|Arthur Selwyn Miller and Martin Feinrider|
|Part I:Nuclear Weapons and International Law|
|1. Nuclear Weapons and International Law ||3|
|Richard B. Bilder|
|2. Nuclear Weapons, Global Values and International Law ||13|
|3. The Laws of War and Nuclear Weapons ||19|
|Elliott L. Meyrowitz|
|4. Nuclear Weapons and the Law: Enhancing Strategic Stability ||51|
|John Norton Moore|
|5. Deterrence and a Policy-Oriented Perspective on the Legality of Nuclear Weapons ||57|
|Harry H. Almond, Jr.|
|6. International Law as Law of the Land: Another Constitutional Constraint on Use of Nuclear Weapons ||83|
|7. Toward a Legal Regime for Nuclear Weapons ||107|
|8. Deterrence and International Law ||129|
|W. Michael Reisman|
|9. Nuclear Weapons Versus International Law: A Contextual Reassessment ||133|
|Burns H. Weston|
|10. International Law, Nuclear Weapons, Arms Control and Disarmament ||181|
|11. “Filling Out” the Right to Peace: A Basic Change in the Nation-State System ||205|
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Book title: Nuclear Weapons and Law.
Contributors: Arthur Selwyn Miller - Editor, Martin Feinrider - Editor.
Publisher: Greenwood Press.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 1984.
Page number: v.
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