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December 11, 2014

Global
Fatou Bensouda on the International Criminal Court and Gender-Based Crimes

Fatou Bensouda, prosecutor at the International Criminal Court (ICC), joins David J. Scheffer, the secretary-general's special expert on UN assistance to the Khmer Rouge trials at the United Nations,…

December 11, 2014

Global
Fatou Bensouda on the International Criminal Court and Gender-Based Crimes

Fatou Bensouda, prosecutor at the International Criminal Court (ICC), joins David J. Scheffer, the secretary-general's special expert on UN assistance to the Khmer Rouge trials at the United Nations,…

September 17, 2013

Syria
The False Hope of International Judicial Intervention in Syria

The post below was written by my friend and colleague, Patrick Costello.  As the civil war in Syria grinds on, the President’s speech last week has shifted the debate from Congress back to the inter…

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January 30, 2012

International Law
The Synthesis of Law and Politics and the Evolution of International Justice

Ambassador David Scheffer and former State Department legal adviser John Bellinger discuss how international justice over the last two decades has affected international politics, including the U.S. …

July 24, 2008

International Law
Africa and the International Criminal Court

The International Criminal Court has sparked controversy with its case selection and pursuit of justice in Uganda and Sudan.

January 30, 2012

International Law
The Synthesis of Law and Politics and the Evolution of International Justice

Ambassador David Scheffer and former State Department legal adviser John Bellinger will discuss how international justice over the last two decades has affected international politics, including the …

February 3, 2005

Middle East and North Africa
NATO: Keeping the Peace in Afghanistan

This publication is now archived. Can NATO keep the peace in Afghanistan?The United Nations Security Council unanimously agreed October 13 to allow the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to ex…

March 9, 2012

United States
Weekend Reading:Yemen’s Terrorism Problem, Egypt’s Presidential Candidates, and Syria’s War Criminals

Blogger NoonArabia for Bikya Masr says the United States must reevaluate its counterterrorism policy in Yemen. Sandmonkey looks at a few major presidential candidates on the eve of registration for …

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May 7, 2009

International Law
The United States and the Future of Global Governance: The Use of Force and Accountability in International Law - A U.S. Perspective

Do current trends in international law threaten U.S. sovereignty? What international legal or normative restraints on the use of force should the United States accept and promote? What should be the …

May 7, 2009

International Law
The Use of Force and Accountability in International Law: A U.S. Perspective

Watch experts debate the United States' role in observing international law and differences in Bush and Obama administration policies. This session was part of the CFR conference: The United States …