The Fifteenth Anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide is a series from Lara J. Nettelfield and Sarah E. Wagner, authors of the forthcoming book Srebrenica in the Aftermath of Genocide. The final installment follows the last of the events commemorating the anniversary of the 1995 Srebrenica Genocide.
The Fifteenth Anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide is a series from Lara J. Nettelfield and Sarah E. Wagner, authors of the forthcoming book Srebrenica in the Aftermath of Genocide. Part One follows marchers from Bosnia and beyond as they commemorate the anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide by traversing the 110 kilometer stretch of Eastern Bosnian country trekked by thousands of Bosniak men and boys fifteen years ago.
Louise Shelley, author of Human Trafficking, will be at D.C.’s famous independent bookstore, Politics and Prose, to discuss the stark realities of the global trend at 7pm, August 23.
The Al-Qaeda Seven controversy is all over the news. At the center of the debate are Justice Department attorneys who once represented terrorism detainees. Maligned by some for being un-American, their patriotism and their values called into question, and defended by others for protecting the liberties of unpopular clients, the story of the Al-Qaeda Seven calls into question the fundamental constitutional boundaries of our government.
Ultimately, though, these Seven are a conduit for a larger conversation that we need to be having about the prosecution of suspected terrorists: Where should we try members of Al-Qaeda and the Taliban? Jordan J. Paust, author of Beyond the Law: The Bush Administration’s Unlawful Responses in the “War” on Terror, asks just that in a new op-ed for Jurist. With vim, vigor, and vision, he suggests that we must look beyond the two forums offered by the Obama Administration – federal district court or US military commission – to consider a third option: military court-martial.
Preferential trade agreements have exploded in number over the past decade. But what do they really achieve? Mark Manger explains the ins and outs of international trade for Rorotoko, and manages to make international law fascinating in the process.