Michael Would like to post this giving you credit or forward. Betty At 04:06 PM 1/29/98 -0800, you wrote: >In the Open, Jan/Feb 1998 >Michael Wilson, 7Pillars Partners, http://www.7pillars.com >5514706at_private or partnersat_private > >Every few months I scan the fulltext open source materials on the net >and collect links and abstracts that might be of interest to the >military, intelligence, and political economy reader/analyst. >--- > >Clinton's Middle East Legacy: A Scuttled Peace? >Augustus Richard Norton >"As we listen to the death rattles of the peace process, it is past >time to acknowledge the obvious. Under the leadership of >President Clinton, the United States has proved itself incapable of >playing the role of honest broker in the difficult negotiations >between Israel and the Palestinian Authority." >http://www.currenthistory.com/norton.html >--- > >U.S. Navy Captain Charles Gridley earned a place in history on May 1, >1898, during the Battle of Manila Bay. >Richard Harris >Just after midnight on May 1, 1898, the USS >Olympia led the United States' Asiatic Squadron >quietly through the calm, glassy waters of the Boca >Grande Channel, between the island of Corregidor >and the coast of Luzon in the Philippines. The United >States was at war with Spain, and the American >squadron was preparing to attack a Spanish fleet in >Manila Bay. As Sunday morning dawned hours later, >the Olympia's commander, Captain Charles Gridley, >waited for the order to fire his ship's guns. The order >would come from the squadron's commander, >Commodore George Dewey, who watched from atop >the Olympia's flying bridge as shore batteries fired >harmlessly at the advancing column of American >ships.At 5:40 A.M. Dewey finally hailed Gridley with >the now-famous words, "You may fire when you are >ready, Gridley." > >The ensuing Battle of Manila Bay ended with the >destruction of the Spanish fleet and the surrender of >the Philippine capital of Manila. It signaled to the >world that the United States was a major naval power >and made Dewey a national hero. The pivotal sea >battle also hastened the death of the terminally ill >Captain Gridley. Though considered one of the best >and brightest officers in the United States Navy at the >time of his death, Gridley would probably be forgotten >today if it weren't for Dewey's command. >http://www.thehistorynet.com/AmericanHistory/articles/1998/02982_text.htm >--- > >DUKE JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE & INTERNATIONAL LAW, Volume 7, Spring 1997 >Symposium, Justice In Cataclysm: Criminal Trials In the >Wake of Mass Violence > > The Case for a Permanent International Truth Commission >Michael P. Scharf > > International Obligations to Search for and Arrest War > Criminals: Government Failure In the Former Yugoslavia? >Walter Gary Sharp, Sr. > > Sentencing by International Tribunals: A Human Rights Approach >William A. Schabas > > Achieving Justice Before the International War Crimes > Tribunal: Challenges for the Defense Counsel >Mark S. Ellis > > Attacking the Enemy Civilian as a Punishable Offense >William J. Fenrick > >Consonance or Rivalry? Calibrating the Efforts to > Prosecute War Crimes in National and International Tribunals >Frederik Harhoff > > Breaking the Bottleneck: The Future of Russia's Oil Pipelines >Dylan Cors > > Promoting Confidence and Stability in Financial > Markets: Capitalizing on the Downfall of Barings >Rochael M. Soper > >Starting point to all articles--http://www.law.duke.edu/journals/djcil/ >--- > >FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS LAW JOURNAL >Published by the INDIANA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW - BLOOMINGTON and the >FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS BAR ASSOCIATION >VOLUME 50 December 1997 NUMBER 1 > >International Jurisdiction in Cyberspace: Which States May Regulate the >Internet? >By Stephan Wilske & Teresa Schiller > >The Internet now reaches 60 million users in 160 countries, with the number >increasing each year. Although >cyberspace has been viewed as a self-regulating entity controlled by no >government, this myth is being destroyed as the >global Internet community expands. With this expansion comes a question: Who >has the authority to regulate >cyberspace? Given that decisions about the Internet reach far beyond national >borders, the answer to this question is >unknown, but certainly has broad implications. Traditional laws of >international jurisdiction, including jurisdiction to >prescribe, jurisdiction to adjudicate, and jurisdiction to enforce, offer some >clear answers. However, further >development of these laws will be required in order to solve inevitable >conflicts. For the time being, Internet users >should be aware that the consequence for a few keystrokes is uncertain and >possibly severe. >http://www.law.indiana.edu/fclj/pubs/v50/no1/wilske.html > >articles since 1993: http://www.law.indiana.edu/fclj/pubs/pubs.html >--- > >Rutgers Law Journal, Rutgers School of Law, Volume 29, Issue 1 >ELECTRONIC MASS MEDIA INFORMATION PROVIDERS AND SECTION 552 OF THE >RESTATEMENT (SECOND) OF TORTS: THE FIRST AMENDMENT CASTS A LONG SHADOW >Joel Rothstein Wolfson >http://www-camlaw.rutgers.edu/publications/lawjournal/wolfsonhtm.htm > >WHAT'S FAIR IS (NOT ALWAYS) FAIR ON THE INTERNET >Vincent J. Roccia >http://www-camlaw.rutgers.edu/publications/lawjournal/rocciahtm.htm >--- > >MIT's Technology Review, JANUARY/FEBRUARY 1998 >PUTTING TEETH IN THE BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS BAN >Biological weapons are cheap to make and easy to hide -- an >international security problem that extends well beyond Iraq. But >enforcement of the existing treaty would require intrusive measures that >might compromise legitimate biotech and pharmaceutical R&D. >http://web.mit.edu/techreview/www/articles/jf98/tucker.html >--- > >Mad Cow Special Report: It's landed Oprah in court... >Fear of mad cow disease spread panic across >Europe, and devastated Britain's beef industry. >What are the real dangers? Read the evidence, >reported by Planet Science and New Scientist >magazine, and make up your own mind. >http://madcow.newscientist.com/ >--- > >JAMA >Medical News & Perspectives - January 28, 1998 >Opposition to Law Officers Having Unfettered Access to Medical Records >http://www.ama-assn.org/sci-pubs/journals/most/recent/issues/jama/jmn71170. htm >Military Stays in Bosnia; Vaccinates for Anthrax >http://www.ama-assn.org/sci-pubs/journals/most/recent/issues/jama/jmn71178. htm >Letters - January 28, 1998 >Physicians and Biological Warfare Agents >http://www.ama-assn.org/sci-pubs/journals/most/recent/issues/jama/letter_2. htm >Propaganda Value of Allegations of Biological Warfare in the Korean War >http://www.ama-assn.org/sci-pubs/journals/most/recent/issues/jama/letter_3. htm >Biological Warfare and the 'Hiroshima' Issue of JAMA >http://www.ama-assn.org/sci-pubs/journals/most/recent/issues/jama/letter_4. htm >JAMA Biological Warfare Issue--JAMA Table of Contents - August 6, 1997 >http://www.ama-assn.org/sci-pubs/journals/archive/jama/vol_278/no_5/toc.htm #top >--- > >Issues in Science and Technology, Winter 1998 >Future Prespectives on Nuclear Issues by PETE V. DOMENICI >Finally--A Real Defense Debate by ANDREW F. KREPINEVICH, JR >Biological Insvasions: A Growing Threat by DON C. SCHMITZ and DANIEL SIMBERLOFF >all articles indexed off http://www.utdallas.edu/research/issues/ >--- > >The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists >NATO enlargement, yes or no? >In July, NATO members voted to invite Poland, Hungary, and the >Czech Republic to join their military alliance, all the time insisting that >eastward expansion has nothing to do with kicking an >already-weakened Russia while it's down. >But is expanding NATO such a good idea? >"Mlad" and "Star" >In January 1944 Ted Hall was an 18-year-old whiz kid who had already >been to Harvard and was now part of the Manhattan Project, working on the >implosion problem at Los Alamos. When he went home to visit his parents in New >York, he also went looking for a Russian contact who might be interested in the >secrets he had to tell. >http://www.bullatomsci.org/ >--- > >The Heritage Foundation >Postponing the Day of Reckoning: Independent Panel Fails to Give >Congress a Defense Policy Road Map >Baker Spring,Senior Defense Policy Analyst >James H. Anderson, Defense Policy Analyst >http://www.heritage.org/heritage/library/categories/natsec/bg1151.html >--- > >Harvard Political Review >ARMED AND DANGEROUS The East Asian Security Dilemma >By John D. Couriel >KOREA STRIKES BACK Democratic Progress and South Korea's Labor Law >By Bom S. Kim >TRADE OR TORTURE How Should We Deal with China's Human Rights Record? >By Daniel Loss >TRANSFORMING YOUR NATION Just Do It! >By Matthew Stoller >A DRUG-INDUCED HIGH The Price of Burma's Development >By John Paul Rollert >all articles off of http://hcs.harvard.edu/~hpr/articles/covers.html >--- > >Foreign Policy >OPEC: An Obituary >by Fadhil J. Chalabi >Not long ago, OPEC shook financial markets worldwide. Now, not even >its members take their organization seriously. >Biological Weapons: A Plague Upon All Houses >by John D. Steinbruner >Biological weapons are alive, they adapt, and they can potentially >threaten the entire world population. Why deterrence is not enough >and how prevention may prove to be the best, and only, cure. >The Arms Trade: Business As Usual? >by William W. Keller & Janne E. Nolan >During the Cold War, conventional weapons were exported to safeguard >national security. Nowadays, they're exported to safeguard jobs. >all articles off http://www.foreignpolicy.com/foreignpolicy/index.htm >--- > >Harvard Business Review >What is Strategy? >Michael E. Porter >http://www.hbsp.harvard.edu/groups/hbr/att/ >--- > >[end] > > Betty O'Hearn Assistant to Mr. Winn Schwartau 813-360-6256 Voice 813-363-7277 FAX http://www.infowar.com http://www.info-sec.com Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense. - Gertrude Stein, American author (1874-1946).
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