Accession Number : ADA306650
Title : Naval Law Review. Volume 42.
Corporate Author : NAVAL JUSTICE SCHOOL NEWPORT RI
PDF Url : ADA306650
Report Date : 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 224
Abstract : Partial contents include: (1) Failing the Article 31 U.C.M.J. Test; The Role of the Navy Inspector General in the Investigation of the Naval Academy Cheating Scandal; (2) Federal Acquisition Law in an Era of Declining Defense Spending: Defining the Government's Interest in Defense Contractor Property; (3) Rules of Engagement in Somalia: Were They Effective? (4) A Legal Review of U.S. Military Involvement in Peacekeeping and Peace Enforcement Operations; (5) The Use of Force Against Third Party Neutrals to Enforce Economic Sanctions Against a Belligerent; and (6) The Gulf of Aqaba and the Strait of Ti ran: The Practice of 'Freedom of Navigation' After the Egyptian-Israeli Peace Treaty.
Descriptors : *JOINT MILITARY ACTIVITIES, *FEDERAL LAW, *MILITARY LAW, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, THEATER LEVEL OPERATIONS, POLICIES, NATIONAL SECURITY, CRISIS MANAGEMENT, MILITARY ASSISTANCE, ACQUISITION, LEADERSHIP, INTERNATIONAL POLITICS, MILITARY DOCTRINE, NAVAL OPERATIONS, MILITARY TRAINING, MILITARY BUDGETS, INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, LAW ENFORCEMENT, NAVAL INTELLIGENCE, NAVAL PROCUREMENT, MILITARY GOVERNMENT, ECONOMIC WARFARE, CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS, MILITARY DOWNSIZING, PEACEKEEPING.
Subject Categories : Sociology and Law
Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics
Humanities and History
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE