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September 9, 2011
GB discusses all things international criminal justice â from the prosecution of the Khmer Rouge leadership in Cambodia...
Tags: Andrew Cayley, Cambodia, crimes against humanity, ECCC, Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, Gaddafi, Global Brief, Human Rights Watch, ICC, ICC ratification, ICTY, international criminal justice, international prosecutor, Khmer Rouge, Libyan intervention, Middle East, Nuon Chea, Pol Pot, regional diplomatic conference on the ICC, Richard Dicker, Sudan, Syria, war crimes
October 13, 2010
Changes in law, capabilities and posture â at home and internationally â will inform the new centuryâs responsible...
Tags: Bosnia, Cambodia, East Pakistan (Bangladesh), East Timor, genocide, Genocide Prevention Task Force, Guatemala, human rights, Kenya, Kosovo, Madeleine Albright, Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies, NATO, permanent five, Responsibility to Protect, RomĂ©o Dallaire, Rwanda, Rwandan genocide, Security Council, Senator Hugh Segal, Sudan, Uganda, UN Charter, UN Convention for the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, UN General Assembly, US Defense Secretary William S. Cohen, Will to Intervene Project, WW2, Zaire (the Democratic Republic of the Congo), Zimbabwe