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Conference: Protection of the Environment in Armed Conflict: Testing the Adequacy of International Law

On November 7, 2011, T.M.C. Asser Instituut will host a conference on "Protection of the Environment in Armed Conflict: Testing the Adequacy of International Law." The preliminary program is here. Here's the idea: The protection of the environment during armed … Continue reading

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Six Arrested in Washington, DC on Charges Involving Armed Robbery, Possession of Firearms, and Conspiracy: A Look at the Entrapment Defense (Part Two)

In part one of this post, I discussed how six men were arrested in Washington, DC on charges of conspiracy to commit armed robbery and possession of firearms during a crime of violence (PFCV). Both crimes are serious Washington, DC … Continue reading

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Research and Markets: Malaysia Defence and Security Report Q1 2011: The Malaysian Armed Forces to Spend MYR2.2bn on …

Research and Markets: Malaysia Defence and Security Report Q1 2011: The Malaysian Armed Forces to Spend MYR2.2bn on … Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Malaysia Defence and Security Report Q1 2011” report to their offering. Read … Continue reading

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Getting to know China’s armed forces

Getting to know China’s armed forces BEIJING – Secretary of Defense Robert Gates’ three-day visit to Beijing this week was intended to help jump start military-to-military relations with China, which have been rocky in recent years due to U.S. arms … Continue reading

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439. Armed incoherence watch

The Chicago gun control decision was a great liberal triumph, the culmination of nearly 50 years of such triumphs.  It shows the wonderful influence William Brennan continues to exert beyond the grave.  (See post 365.)   Justice Brennan spent much … Continue reading

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