Tag Archives: International Criminal Court (ICC)
Current events in Africa illustrate the unintended and sometimes-self-defeating effects of humanitarian efforts on that continent.
First, France’s military action against Islamist insurgents in Mali raises the question why Islamists are on the rise in Mali and elsewhere in North … Read more »
It’s that time of year…time for my annual round-up of national security-related offerings at the annual meeting of the Association of American Law Schools, which occurs in New Orleans this coming weekend. The offerings are a bit thinner in number … Read more »
July1 marks the tenth anniversary of the entry into force of the Rome Statute, the treaty that created the International Criminal Court. I have an op-ed in the print edition of Friday’s Washington Post arguing that Congress should review the … Read more »
The Special Court for Sierra Leone has convicted former Liberian President Charles Taylor of eleven counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity. He is the first former head of state to be tried and convicted by an international tribunal. … Read more »
Ok, this exchange is funny–in a macabre, morbid sort of way. It’s also deadly serious. Foreign Policy magazine has published 14 suggestions for President Obama by 14 prominent people concerning how the President can get his mojo back. One of … Read more »