The Criminality of Nuclear Deterrence

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INDEX
A
ABM Treaty, see Anti-Ballistic Missile System (ABM) Treaty
Additional Protocol One to the Four Geneva Conventions (1977); see also Geneva Conventions 74
Afghanistan 13, 14, 1722, 24, 2733, 37
aggression 18, 20, 2425, 29, 47, 70, 72
Akhromeyev, Marshall Sergei 146
aliens 23, 34
Anti-Ballistic Missile System (ABM) Treaty 36, 48, 49, 7879, 84, 137140, 142148, 151, 15556, 158159
anti-nuclear resistance 43, 4952, 162, 163, 180, 186, 193, 199, 204
Application of Yamashita 133, 172
Arkin, W. 53, 88, 108, 132
armed conflict, humanitarian 53, 92,102109, 113, 115, 120
arms control negotiations 78, 137, 145, 155
Ashcroft, J. 23, 3435
assassinations 25
B
Ball, George 44, 88, 120, 132, 134, 156, 158, 160
Baxter, Richard R. 106108, 131, 176
Berlin Airlift 113
bin Laden, Osama 1314, 1821, 25, 30, 36
Biological Weapons Convention 17, 36
Bracken, P. 132, 134, 160
Brezhnev, Leonid 132, 140, 152, 155
Brownlie, I. 125, 127, 134
Brzezinski, Zbigniew 117, 210
Builder, C. 132
Bush, George W. 1619, 2138, 48, 209210
Bush Sr., George 22, 24, 2628, 31, 208
Butler, W. 53, 133
C
Carter, Jimmy 55, 88, 97, 117118, 132, 140141, 152, 157158
Carter administration 117, 140141, 158
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) 34, 36
Chicago Municipal Code 42
Chicago v. Streeter42
China 17, 28, 33, 45, 85, 198, 202, 209
choice of evils defense 66, 126
Churchill, W. 134
civil resistance 23, 3,–38, 4042, 87, 112, 208
Clarkson, J. 134
Clinton, Bill 43, 4648
Clinton administration 43, 4648
COINTELPRO 34
Committee on the Present Danger 117, 140, 157, 160
common law defense 41
Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) 17, 36, 45, 47, 49, 51, 53, 86
Contras 41, 208, 209
counter-ethnic targeting 82, 117, 176
crime(s) against humanity 41, 7071, 7374, 8182, 90, 9293, 98100, 109, 11011, 12223, 127128, 172173. 176
crime(s) against peace 29, 41, 4748, 7071, 74, 8183, 90, 9293, 98100, 109111, 122123, 172, 173
Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda 208
Cuba 72, 113, 209
D
Declaration of London (1909) 104105
Declaration of St. Petersburg 58, 89
Declaration of War 2223, 35
Declaration Prohibiting Discharge of Projectiles and Explosives from

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  • Title Page *
  • Table of Contents *
  • Foreword 11
  • Special Introduction George Bush, Jr. September 11th, and the Rule of Law 16
  • Notes 38
  • Chapter One - The United States Embraces International Legal Nihilism 40
  • Notes 52
  • Chapter Two - The Lessons of Hiroshima and Nagasaki 55
  • Notes 87
  • Chapter Three - The Relevance of International Law to the Paradox of Nuclear Deterrence 92
  • Notes 125
  • Chapter Four - Star Wars vs. International Law 136
  • Notes 155
  • Chapter Five - The Criminality of Nuclear Deterrence 162
  • Notes 205
  • Conclusion - Democracy vs. the Nuclear Power Elite 206
  • Postscript 210
  • Notes 210
  • Index 211
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