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    International Organized Crime and National Security

    Panelists talked about organized crime as a national security threat, including the effects of organized crime on the security of New York City, and what should be done about it. This…

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    Law of the Sea Treaty

    Guest John Moore discussed the United Nation’s Law of the Sea Treaty and how that could affect the American economy in the future. The Law of the Sea Treaty sets guidelines for…

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    Law of the Sea Treaty

    Panelists debated the Law of the Sea Treaty. The Law of the Sea Treaty, adopted in 1982 but still not ratified, calls for technology transfers and wealth transfers from developed to…

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    Use of Preemptive Military Force

    Legal scholars talked about the Bush administrations adoption of a preemptive military strategy to combat international terrorism and the legal issues associated with such a…

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    Disclosure of Classified Information

    In the Crystal City Marriott Hotel, the panelists talked about safeguarding national security, focusing on leaks of classified information and the balance between freedom of the press and…

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    Law and National Security

    Panelists talked about the role of the federal judiciary in maintaining national security. Topics included the operation of military tribunals for prosecuting terrorists, differences…

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    Conflict in the Third World

    Mr. Kampelman gave the keynote address of a conference on U.S. foreign policy responses to the conflicts in Eastern Europe and the Third World. Speaking to a luncheon audience,…

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    Conflict in the Third World

    The American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on National Security Law held a symposium on the U.S. response to conflicts in Eastern Europe and Third World nations. The forum…

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    Law and National Security

    In one of his first public appearances since leaving his post as Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, Mr. Webster spoke to the American Bar Association’s Standing…

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    Limits of Congressional Micromanagement

    The American Bar Association sponsored a forum entitled, “The Limits of Congressional Micromanagement: Toward a Consensus on Criteria,” during its national conference on the…

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    Preserving Constitutional Limits

    The American Bar Association sponsored the forum entitled, “Preserving the Separation of Powers in Foreign Policy: Checks and Balances and the New Congressional Activism,” which…

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    Role of the U.N. in Persian Gulf Security

    The panelists discussed the United Nations actions leading up to and through the Persian Gulf war. The allied forces actions were said to rest on the Security Council’s 12 key…

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    The End of the Warsaw Pact: What Next?

    This month the Warsaw Pact, a defense pact composed of Eastern European nations and the Soviet Union, was dissolved. The symposium was held as both a celebration and an analysis of the…

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    The Impact of the Emerging Peace Movement

    The panelists' remarks focused on the peace movement growing out of the Persian Gulf war. They reviewed the events leading to the current outcry against the war. Specific topics…

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    Kuwait's Perspective on the Persian Gulf War

    Kuwaiti Ambassador to the United States, Sheik Saud Nasir Al-Sabah, spoke of the national security issues of the Persian Gulf war, particularly from the legal and humanistic…

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    Human Rights in the Gulf Crisis

    The panelists discussed the relationship of human rights and laws in relation to armed conflict, particularly the current Persian Gulf war. They also spoke on general human rights…

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    Legal Issues and the Persian Gulf War

    The American Bar Association’s conference looked at various aspects of the Persian Gulf war, including the establishment of war crimes tribunals, human rights violates, and the peace…

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    War Powers Act

    The committee’s hearing on the constitutional question of which arm of the U.S. government has the power to declare war continued with testimony from four professors of…

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    Debate on Persian Gulf Crisis

    Panelists debated the question, "Is there any justification for current or future use of force against Iraq by the United States?" After their debate they responded to audience members'…

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    Law and National Security: Verification

    General Burns talked about national security, focusing on the START treaty recently signed. Topics included the treaty’s procedures for destroying weapons systems in the U.S. and…

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