Diversity and the European Union: Grant V. Swt, the Treaty of Amsterdam, and the Free Movement of Persons
In the huge diversity of peoples who make up the human race, there are a number of universal constants which have always been part of the human condition. One is
Are Unaccompanied Alien Children Really Getting a Fair Trial?
Sudha is an 11-year old girl from India.’ Her parents abused her, placed her in a home for unwanted children, and then gave her to a male stranger who accompanied
An Ethics of Human Rights: Two Interrelated Misunderstandings
Within the subject of an ethics of human rights are subsumed some of the most controversial debates in current philosophical and political discourse. It is helpful to begin by analyzing
A Conversation About Equality
Equality is a topic very near to my heart. Since I believe that you have to pose the right questions to get good answers, I will explore some of the
Reconciliation through a Judicial Lens
I came [before the ICTY] for two reasons: To confront these charges and to spare my people, for it was clear that they would pay the price of any refusal
National Minorities in International Law
In international law there are a wide variety of legal beings. At one end of the spectrum is the individual, an increasingly important subject of international jurisprudence, and at the
Is the Failure to Respond Appropriately to a Natural Disaster a Crime Against Humanity?
Cyclone Nargis struck Myanmar on May 2 and 3, 2008.1 It wreaked havoc in the capital, Yangon, devastated large portions of the Irrawaddy Delta, and resulted in the immediate deaths