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Alvarez, Jose E. Trying Hussein : Between Hubris and Hegemony. 2 Journal of International Criminal Justice 319, 2004.

Bali, Ash U. Justice Under Occupation : Rule of Law and the Ethics of Nation-Building In Iraq. 30 Yale Journal International Law 431, 2005.
JX1 .Y34

Bassiouni, Cherif M., Post-Conflict Justice in Iraq: An Appraisal of the Iraq Special Tribunal. 38 Cornell International Law Journal 327, 2005. Electric journal article at
http://www.law.case.edu/saddamtrial/documents/Bassiouni_Article_on_IST.pdf (external link) (PDF)

Beres, Louis Rene.  Why and How Saddam Must Be Punished: A Jurisprudential/Philosophic Explanation.  75 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review 667.  1997-1998.
K25.N58

Chamblee, L. Elizabeth.  Post-War Iraq: Prosecuting Saddam Hussein.  7 California Criminal Law Review 1.  June 2004.  Electric journal article.  http://web.archive.org/web/20070607222154/http://www.boalt.org/bjcl/v7/v7chamblee.htm#_ftnref78 (external link).

Commission for International Due Process.  The Draft Indictment of Saddam Hussein.  20 Denver  Journal of  International Law and Policy 91.  1991-1992.
K4.E497

Gersh, David M.  Poor Judgment: Why the Iraqi Special Tribunal Is the Wrong Mechanism for Trying Saddam Hussein on Charges of Genocide, Human Rights Abuses, and Other Violations of International Law.  33 Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 273-302.  2004-2005.
K7.E65

Gil, Alicia. The Flaws of the Scilingo Judgment. 3 Journal of International Criminal Justice 1083, 2005.

Goldstone, Richard.  The Trial of Saddam Hussein: What Kind of Court Should Prosecute Saddam Hussein and Others for Human Rights Abuses?  27:4 Fordham International Law Journal 1490-1508.  2003-2004.
K6.O7275

Kelly, Michael J.  Nowhere to Hide: Defeat of the Sovereign Immunity Defense for Crimes of Genocide and the Trials of Slobodan Milosevic and Saddam Hussein.  pp. 272.  New York: Peter Lang, 2005.
K5301.K45 2005

Kelsen, Hans. Will the Judgment in the Nuremberg Trial Constitute a Precedent in International Law? 1 International Law Quarterly 11. 1947.
LAW PER

Kelsen, Hans. Peace Through Law. North Carolina : University Chapel Hill.
KZ6010 .K45 2000.

Newton, Michael. The Iraqi Special Tribunal : A Human Rights Perspective. 38 Cornell Law Journal 863. 2005
K3 .O67

Paust, Jordan J.  Suing Saddam: Private Remedies for War Crimes and Hostage-Taking.  31 Virginia Journal of International Law 351.  1990-1991.
K10.089578

Post, Jerrold M.; Panis, Lara K. Tyranny on Trial: Personality and Courtroom Conduct of Defendants Slobodan Milosevic and Saddam Hussein, 38 Cornell International Law Journal 823, 2005.
K3 .O667

Schabas, William A., Sentencing by International Tribunals: A Human Rights Approach. 7 Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law 461. 1996-1997
K4.U6

Scharf, Michael P.  Will Saddam Hussein Get a Fair Trial?  37:1 Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 21-40.  Winter 2005.
K3.A7858

Schwarzenberger, Georg. 2 International Law As Applied By International Courts and Tribunals. London : Stevens. 1957-1976.
JX3275 .S313

Warner, Andrew M. The Case Against Saddam Hussein - The Case for World Order.  43 Mercer Law Review 563.  1991-1992.
K13.E36

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