The Politics of Military Occupation

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Index
Abetz, Otto, 77
Afghanistan
occupation of in 1979, 25
Allen, Henry T., 99, 186, 187
American Civil War, 11, 15–16, 18, 19, 34, 35–6, 38, 41, 62, 66–7, 68, 127, 158, 184, 209–11
Annan, Kofi, 150, 204, 221
annexation, 16, 33, 42–3, 44, 64, 65, 200, 206–8
Arendt, Hannah, 123, 140–1, 142
Ariga, Ngao, 177
Ashdown, Paddy, 192
Australia
as an occupying power, 50
Austria, 23, 45–6
Austro-Hungarian Empire
as an occupying power, 150
Russian occupation in, 18
Banks, Nathaniel, 210
Baring, Evelyn (Lord Cromer), 206, 213
Baxter, R., 39–40, 122, 130, 131, 138
Beernaert, Auguste, 36, 38, 135
Belgium
German occupations of, 18–19, 37, 38, 42, 71–2, 76–7, 130, 185
occupation of by Revolutionary and Napoleonic France, 64
Benvenisti, Eyal, 157, 228
Bernaeys, Murray, 180
Best, Werner, 52, 53–4
Bhuta, Nehel, 203–4
Birkhimer, William, 34, 38, 136–7, 184–5, 188, 210
Blum, Yehuda, 157–8
Bluntschli, Johann C., 41, 42, 176
Boer War, 17, 67–8
Bonaparte, Joseph, 64
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 12, 13, 64–5, 179, 208–9, 211
Bonfils, Henry, 135–6, 184
Boothby, Derek, 107
Bosnia-Herzegovina, 25, 106, 108, 111, 112, 138, 166, 182, 192–3, 218
occupation by Austria-Hungary, 150
Brauchitsch, Heinrich von, 76
Brahimi, Lakhdar, 110–11
Bremer, Paul, 3, 26, 52, 109–10, 111, 113–14, 230
Briand, Aristide, 178
Brussels Conference (1874), 10, 16, 36–7, 38, 127
Bryce, James, 17
Buchanan, James, 139
Bulgaria
Russian occupation of, 17, 212
Burma, 51, 79, 156
Bush, George, 167
Butler, Benjamin, 66
Calvo, Carlos, 11, 33
Caplan, Richard, 154
Cavaré, L., 47
Cavell, Edith, 130
Chase, Salmon P., 34
Chopra, Jarat, 166
Cicero, Marcus Tulius,123
Churchill, Winston, 82, 179–80
Clay, Lucius, 84–5, 98, 189
Cohen, Jean L., 204
Cohen, Theodore, 98

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