|Other Works by Michael A. Newton
co-author of Enemy of the State: The Trial and Execution of Saddam Hussein
Recent Scholarly Articles and Book Chapters
by Michael Newton
Modern Military Necessity: The Role and Relevance of Military Lawyers. Roger Williams University Law Review, September 27, 2007
Echoes of Nuremberg, in PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW DIALOGS, AUGUST 29, 2007, CHAUTAUQUA INSTITUTION, (Elizabeth Anderson and David M. Crane, eds.)(American Society of International Law, 2008), at 101 – 119.
Implementing International Law: A Qualified Defense of the Al Dujail Trial, YEARBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW 2006, VOLUME 9 (Tim McCormack & Avril McDonald, eds. 2008)(Cambridge University Press, 2008), at 117.
The Anfal Genocide: Personal Reflections and Legal Residue, 40 VANDERBILT JOURNAL OF TRANSNATIONAL LAW 1521-1541 (2007).
Public Committee Against Torture in Israel v. Government of Israel: U.S. Military Commissions Through the Lens of the Supreme Court of Israel, 8 ENGAGE: THE JOURNAL OF THE FEDERALIST SOCIETY'S PRACTICE GROUPS NO. 4, 112 (OCTOBER 2007). (pdf file)
A Near Term Retrospective on the Al-Dujail Trial & The Death of Saddam Hussein, 17 TRANSNATIONAL LAW & CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS 32-71 (Winter 2008).
Modern Military Necessity: The Role & Relevance of Military Lawyers, 12 ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 877-903 (2007).
War by Proxy: Legal and Moral Duties of ‘Other Actors’ Derived from Government Affiliation, 37 CASE WESTERN RESERVE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW, Nos. 2 & 3, 249-265 (2006).
Legal Authorities for the Creation of the Iraqi High Tribunal, in SADDAM ON TRIAL – UNDERSTANDING AND DEBATING THE IRAQI HIGH TRIBUNAL (Michael P. Scharf & Gregory S. McNeal, eds.)(Carolina Academic Press, 2006)[containing nine of my shorter essays on discrete legal issues]
The Iraqi Special Tribunal: A Human Rights & Rule of Law Synergy, in TESTING THE BOUNDARIES OF INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW 243 (Susan C Breau and Agnieszka Jachec-Neale, eds.)(British Institute of International and Comparative Law, 2006).
Unlawful Belligerency After September 11: History Revisited and Law Revised, in NEW WARS, NEW LAWS? APPLYING THE LAWS OF WAR TO 21ST CENTURY CONFLICTS 75 (David Wippman and Matthew Evangelista, eds.)(Transnational Publishers, 2005).
The Iraqi High Criminal Court: Controversy and Contributions, 88 INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF THE RED CROSS , NO. 862, 399-425 (June 2006).
Recent Op-Eds and Scholarly Commentary
by Michael Newton
Crimes Against Humanity in Burma (July 2008)
Enemy Combatant Cases, in OXFORD GUIDE TO SUPREME COURT DECISIONS (2d. ed, Oxford University Press, 2008)
Case Commentary: Munaf, Bigger than Boumediene?, 30 AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION NATIONAL SECURITY LAW 10 (June 2008)
We Never Had Enough Troops to do the Job, NASHVILLE TENNESSEAN OP-ED PAGE, February 16, 2008
U.S. Troops Do Their Duty, WASHINGTON TIMES OP-ED PAGE, May 3, 2007
Introductory Note to Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia Provisional Detention Order Against Kaing Guek Eav, 46 INTERNATIONAL LEGAL MATERIALS 911 (2007).
American Society of International Law INSIGHT, The Iraqi High Tribunal’s Dujail Trial Opinion, December 16, 2006, Vol. 10, Issue 34.
Concurring opinion for the International Citizen’s Tribunal for Sudan, November 2006.
Inside Look at the Anfal Trial, NASHVILLE BAR JOURNAL, Volume 8, September 2006.