This Agora continues the discussion of future implications of the Iraq conflict begun in the previous issue of the Journal. While the contributions to the first installment of the Agora concentrated mainly on the decision to initiate combat against Iraq in spring 2003 and the implications thereof for the restraints on use of force in the UN Charter and customary international law, the present pieces shift the focus to the management of the transition within Iraq in the aftermath of the military intervention.
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Lori F. Damrosch & Bernard H. Oxman,
Agora (Continued): Future Implications of the Iraq Conflict: Editors' Note,
Am. J. Int'l L.
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