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Judge Xue Hanqin

Chinese Perspectives Part 1: Introduction

In 1984, the People’s Republic of China’s preeminent scholar of international law, Wang Tieya, taught a Special Course at the Hague Academy of International Law

Judge Xue Hanqin

Chinese Perspectives Part 1: Introduction

In 1984, the People’s Republic of China’s preeminent scholar of international law, Wang Tieya, taught a Special Course at the Hague Academy of International Law

The South Sudanese Flag

Averting State Failure in South Sudan

On July 14, the U.N. General Assembly voted unanimously to approve South Sudan as the 193rd member of the United Nations. As the United Nations

Muammar Khadafy

Nanda says Justice will find Khadafy

In a Sunday editorial piece for The Denver Post, Professor Ved Nanda opines that the ICC and other Nuremberg successor tribunals are finally sending a

Muammar Khadafy

Nanda says Justice will find Khadafy

In a Sunday editorial piece for The Denver Post, Professor Ved Nanda opines that the ICC and other Nuremberg successor tribunals are finally sending a

The Human Cost of Piracy

The Human Cost of Somali Piracy

Seafarers face increasing violence as they transit the Gulf of Aden, the Arabian Sea, and the Indian Ocean, but they have limited legal protection or