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The Trial of Hosni Mubarak

Sharanbir | 07/10/2012

The trial of deposed Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and his aides was optimistically dubbed “the trial of the century.” That, of course, was before the verdicts were announced.

Egypt’s Constitutional Coup

Sharanbir Grewal | 07/10/2012

After taking power following the ouster of Hosni Mubarak on February 11, 2011, Egypt’s military council governed the country until an official handover of power to civilian forces on July 1, 2012....

Fatou Bensouda Sworn in as Chief Prosecutor of ICC

Nabiha Chowdhury | 06/15/2012

The former Minister of Justice from Gambia was sworn in as the new prosecutor of the International Criminal Court in The Hague on June 14, 2012. Ms. Bensouda was a panelist at the World Justice Forum...

Event Highlight: Protecting the Right to Freedom of Expression in a Complex World: International and Regional Challenges

Elizabeth Ross | 06/07/2012

Event Title: Protecting the Right to Freedom of Expression in a Complex World: International and Regional Challenges Location: American University Washington College of Law Date: June 7th, 2012. Host...

In honor of Chut Wutty, another Khmer Hero

Mu Sochua | 04/30/2012

In memory of Chut Wutty, who gave his life to save what is sacred to the indigenous peoples of Cambodia. For more information, follow link here.           

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