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Targeted Killings and the Al-Aulaqi Case

Some condemn targeted killing as extra-judicial execution, while others accept it as a legitimate method of warfare against terrorists.
Politics, not Justice: The Ganic Extradition Case

Serbia’s attempt to extradite the former Bosnian president was rejected by a London magistrate.
EU Report Targets Both Sides in Georgia-Russia Conflict

The report appears to have answered the question of which side started the war.
Hiroshima and Nagasaki Anniversary: A Call to Disarm

“Hiroshima and Nagasaki became a common place of death, and living became the exception. People’s eyes came out of their sockets and peeled skin hung off their bodies.”
Jurists Call for Commission of Inquiry into Burma War Crimes

A human rights report accuses the UN Security Council of failing to investigate human rights violations and war crimes in Burma.
Hariri Tribunal Opens in The Hague

On February 14, 2005, a car bomb had exploded, killing Former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri.
Maritime Piracy and International Law

2008 saw an unprecedented upsurge in piracy at sea.
Serbia, Karadzic and the Politics of Justice

By Tim Judah Originally published August 8, 2008 As is now already well known Mr ...

The rifle bullet was the first weapon specifically outlawed by international treaty.
Wanton Destruction

The laws of war state an attacker must attempt to distinguish between military targets and civilians and their property.