1. Africa and the permanent International Criminal Court (ICC) - Professor Sir Geoffrey Nice QC

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    The permanent International criminal Court – the ICC – was long in planning and finally came into existence after the ad hoc Yugoslavia and Rwanda Tribunals (the ICTY and the ICTR) were seen to have…

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    • The International Dimension of Judicial Review - The Rt Hon Sir Stephen Richards

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      The Rt Hon Sir Stephen Richards speaks about the problems and opportunities of maintaining the standards of justice and fairness within an international context. The transcript and downloadable…

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      • ASMEA 2012 ROUNDTABLE B: "Non-Compliance: International Law in the Middle East"

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        Prof. Abraham Bell: "The International Laws of Terrorism and the Arab States" (University of San Diego, School of Law) Mr. Allan Gerson: "Iranian Terrorism and Sovereign Immunity" (AG International…

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        • HoofdZaken aflevering International Law

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          HoofdZaken is een documentaireserie over de belangrijkste onderzoeksgebieden van de Universiteit van Amsterdam. In deze aflevering staat internationaal recht centraal. Hoe is de rechtspraak internationaal…

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          • Is A Legal Remedy to Iran’s Nuclear Weapons Program and Incitement to Genocide Still Possible?

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            Lecture: Is A Legal Remedy to Iran’s Nuclear Weapons Program and Incitement to Genocide Still Possible? A Colloquium Speakers: Alan Dershowitz, Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law at Harvard Law…

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            • Constitutional Experts Take Aim at Targeted Killing Program

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              On September 24, Fordham Law hosted a debate that addressed President Obama's targeted killings program. The event, “Executive Power and Civil Liberties: Debating Obama’s Target Killing Program,”…

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              • A Forum for Reason: Reflections on the Role and Work of South Africa’s Constitutional Court

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                The Honorable Kate O’Regan, former judge on the Constitutional Court of South Africa, delivered the 2012-2013 Judge Jon O. Newman Lecture on Global Justice on Sept. 13, 2012, at Yale Law School. The…

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                • The Internet Revolution and International Justice - Sir Geoffrey Nice QC

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                  A key objective after an international conflict is to know what happened and to be confident that the best possible story of events is left behind. But is the best way to achieve this today through…

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                  • Does Africa need the International Criminal Court? - Sir Geoffrey Nice QC

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                    African countries are beginning to resist the reach of the International Criminal Court. Is this necessarily a bad thing? Sir Geoffrey Nice QC, a barrister based in the UK with vast experience…

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                    • The Case for International War Crime Tribunals - Sir Geoffrey Nice QC

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                      International War Crime Tribunals are sometimes marred by political wrangling and perhaps even tampering. But is this a reason for doing away with them entirely? Is the trial of war by law a process…

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