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Defending the Damned (Part 1 of 3)

This blog series was originally part of a reflection the author wrote comparing international criminal defense with domestic defense. To read the original post, visit the author’s personal blog at Part I of this blog series will explore Francois Roux’s defense strategy at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC, or Cambodia […]

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Critical Analysis: Can We Abolish the United Nations Security Council Veto? Thoughts in Honor of the +100,000 People Dead So Far In Syria

In a previous article on this blog, I discussed a tradition particular to this school –that of Myres McDougal – a tradition I am proud to be a part of. Myres McDougal advocated for law to be a subtle mixture of positive rule and moral aspiration. He emphasized that “the global public order of human […]

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Nanda and Wedgwood

Three International Law Professors, Tied Together by the Moral Urgency to Redeem the World from Ethnic Conflict

Professor Ruth Wedgwood’s Keynote Speech –“Human Security and the Tradition of  Myres McDougal” – at the 2012 Regional Conference of the American Branch of the International Law Association, held at the Sturm College of Law DU’s Sturm College of Law was honored to receive Professor Ruth Wedgwood as the keynote speaker for the International Law […]

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An African Debacle May Turn Out Well: After 22 Years, Senegal Agrees to Try the Former Dictator of Chad

The Players It’s a little after the fact, but this issue remains near and dear to the heart of your author, as she was formerly a Peace Corps volunteer in Senegal from 2007-2009, and is currently taking International Criminal Law. On August 22, 2012, Senegal and the African Union (AU) signed an agreement to establish […]

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A Discussion with Chinese Legal Activist Chen Guangcheng

Remember this guy? Back in May he was on the cover of the Economist, this past week, three of the Sturm College of Law’s students got to hear him speak at International Law Weekend at Fordham University Law School in New York City. Did we mention we also represented yours truly, the Denver Journal of […]

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