Moore, John Norton, Editor. Law and Civil War in the Modern World. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, . xxv, 648 pp. Reprinted 2009, by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. With a new introduction for this edition by John Norton Moore, Walter L. Brown Professor of Law, Director, Center for National Security Law and Director, Center for Oceans Law and Policy, University of Virginia School of Law. ISBN-13: 9781584777229; ISBN-10: 1584777222. Cloth. Hardcover. As new, fine condition. $45. * A title in the Foundations of the Laws of War series, General Editor Joseph Perkovich. The essays collected in this volume are contributions to a comprehensive legal theory for the regulation of civil war and intervention drawing on the insights of political science and history. The culmination of the Civil War Project of the American Society of International Law Panel on the Role of International Law in Civil Wars, it includes contributions by Moore, Ian Brownlee, Richard A. Falk, Michael Reisman, Richard R. Baxter, Derek Bowett, Wolfgang Friedmann, Oran R. Young, Tom Farer and James N. Rosenau. "[This volume] is a major contribution to the literature of the international aspects of civil war.": Robert Gilpin, Foreign Affairs 53 (1974-1975) 777.
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