Law and the Indo-China War.
- Princeton : Princeton University Press, 1972.
- Princeton Legacy Library
Princeton Legacy Library ; v.1376
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- Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- United States.
Intervention (International law).
War and emergency powers -- United States.
- Electronic books.
Part 1. Observational Standpoint
Part 2. World Order Perspectives
Part 3. International Law and the Indo-China War
Part Four: The Indo-China War and the Structure of the National Security Process
A. Memorandum by the State Department Legal Adviser, Leonard C. Meeker, on the Legal Aspects of the Vietnam Situation (March 4, 1966).
B. Memorandum by the State Department Assistant Legal Adviser for Far Eastern Affairs, George Aldrich, on the Applicability of the Geneva Convention of 1949 Relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War to American Military Personnel Held by North Vietnam (July 13, 1966).
C. Address by the State Department Legal Adviser, John R. Stevenson, on the International-Legal Aspects of the Cambodian Incursion (May 28, 1970).
D. The 1954 Geneva Agreements for Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam.
E. The 1962 Geneva Agreement for Laos.
F. The Southeast Asia Collective Defense Treaty and Protocol.
G. The Southeast Asia Resolution (Tonkin Gulf Resolution).
A Selected Bibliography of Writings on Indo-China and the Legal Order.
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- Print version: Moore, John Norton Law and the Indo-China War
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