No. 55, March 2004
- Al-Qaeda & Taliban unlawful combatant detainees, unlawful belligerency, and the international laws of armed conflict.
- The use of conventional international law in combating terrorism: a maginot line for modern civilization employing the principles of anticipatory self-defense & preemption.
- Contractors accompanying the force: empowering commanders with emergency change authority.
- Integration of military and civilian space assets: legal and national security implications.
- Analyzing the constitutional tensions and applicability of Military Rule of Evidence 505 in courts-martial over United States service members: secrecy in the shadow of Lonetree.
- Humiliating and degrading treatment under international humanitarian law: criminal accountability, state responsibility, and cultural considerations.
- Psychiatric disabilities in the federal workplace: employment law considerations.
- Bring it on: the Supreme Court opens the floodgates with Rasul v. Bush.