6 Int'l L.F. D. Int'l 122 (2004)
In three rulings on prolonged military detention of so-called "unlawful enemy combatants" in the "war" against terrorism, the United States Supreme Court in June 2004 shielded the rule of law from some of the more extreme excesses of the Bush Administration. However, the Court also yielded some ground and left open a number of troublesome questions.
The United States Supreme Court Rulings on Detention of "Enemy Combatants" - Partial Vindication of the Rule of Law,
6 Int'l L.F. D. Int'l 122 (2004).
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