The previous article in this series focused on the European Union. However, the EU is not the only international organization in Europe promoting a broad
On Friday, Sept 29, 2011 a U.S. drone attack in Yemen killed two U.S. citizens, al-Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlaki and al-Qaeda magazine editor Samir Khan.
As previously blogged, former Liberian president Charles Taylor is sitting in jail awaiting judgment for his involvement in the egregious crimes committed by rebel forces
President Barack Obama is currently intensifying talks with Colombia, Panama and South Korea regarding proposed free trade agreements (FTA) inherited from the Bush Administration. The
The recent uprisings which toppled Ben Ali in Tunisia and Mubarak in Egypt spread fast throughout the Middle East and North Africa. They overtook Libya,
Last week, the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) along with the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests filed a complaint urging the International Criminal
A couple of years ago, former Liberian President and current war crimes indictee Charles Taylor converted to Judaism. Somehow I missed this astounding fact.
As Odysseus was returning home from the Trojan War, he came to a narrow channel that enclosed two deadly monsters: Scylla and Charybdis. On one
This blog post is the first in a series of three where I will be exploring the forthcoming changes of the European Human Rights system.
Upon reflection, two divergent themes emerged from Judge Xue’s lectures. Much of what she said made me realize that Western apprehension over China’s rapid ascension
One argument against the unmanned drones that the United States currently uses in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan and against terrorist targets in Pakistan, Yemen
On September 11, 2011 Guatemalans casted their vote for their next President. Among the ten candidates, none is expected to garner an absolute majority to