Crimes Against Humanity

It’s Time To Revisit the United States’ Evolving Posture Toward the Use of Child Soldiers


Oct 21st, 2021

Historic Judgment in Liberian Massacre Case Advances US Law

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Oct 11th, 2021

Toward a Treaty on Crimes Against Humanity: A View from the Philippines and a Region of `Non-Interference’


Oct 8th, 2021

Why Religious Persecution Justifies U.S. Legislation on Crimes Against Humanity


Oct 6th, 2021

The Draft Convention on Crimes Against Humanity Should Enshrine the Highest Standards of International Law


Oct 4th, 2021

Expanding Justice for Gender-Based Crimes with a Treaty on Crimes Against Humanity

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Sep 29th, 2021

The Relay Race of Defining Crimes Against Humanity – From the International Tribunals to the Draft Articles


Sep 27th, 2021

Impact-Based Jurisdiction and Crimes Against Humanity Statutes Are Needed for Effective Accountability


Sep 23rd, 2021

Crimes of Omission: Why a UN Treaty on Genocide but Not on Crimes Against Humanity?


Sep 21st, 2021

Striking the Right Balance for a Draft Convention on Crimes against Humanity


Sep 17th, 2021

As the Draft Crimes Against Humanity Treaty Moves Forward, a View on How It Relates to the Rome Statute for the ICC


Sep 15th, 2021

Towards a New Treaty on Crimes Against Humanity: Next Steps


Sep 13th, 2021

UN Human Rights Council Outlines Sri Lanka Abuses, But Demurs on Action


Mar 26th, 2021

When War Criminals Run the Government: Not Too Late for the International Community to Vet Sri Lankan Officials

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Mar 16th, 2021

UN Should Suspend Sri Lanka from Peacekeeping Over Human Rights Abuses


Mar 5th, 2021

Highlighting Sri Lanka’s Abuses to the UN in Reviews and Strategic Litigation


Mar 4th, 2021

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