No. 56, December 2005
- Collateral damage on the 21st century battlefield: enemy exploitation of the law of armed conflict, and the struggle for a moral high ground.
- The Air Bridge Denial Program and the shootdown of civil aircraft under international law.
- Doing business with the devil: the challenges of prosecuting corporate officials whose business transactions facilitate war crimes and crimes against humanity.
- State militias and the United States: changed responsibilites for a new era.
- Five questions about the military justice system.
- State property tax implications for military privatized family housing program.
- What happened to the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act's protest restrictions on task and delivery orders? Recent developments in protests (and protests disguised as contract disputes) related to the issuance of task and delivery orders and proposals to improve an impaired system.