Archive | November 26th, 2012

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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Posted in 1TVFA Posts, 2Featured Articles, Jaime Menegus3 Comments

Critical Analysis: History in Progress: Four Years in, the International Community Eagerly Observes Mexico’s New Justice System Take Form

Mexico is wrapping another year in the eight-year process that has been set aside to transform the country’s criminal justice system entirely. In 2008, the Mexican government passed a series of constitutional and legislative reforms that would effectively change the country’s entire penal system. The 2008 judicial reform gives Mexico until 2016 to switch from […]

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Posted in 1TVFA Posts, 2Featured Articles, DJILP Staff, Gaby Corica1 Comment

News: Monday, November 26, 2012

Wlecome back from The View From Above‘s Thanksgiving break!  Here’s what is happening in international law and policy this Monday, November 26, 2012.  

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