evidence

What the Afghanistan Withdrawal Teaches Us About Safeguarding Human Rights Evidence

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Nov 5th, 2021

Incorporating Digital Technology in the Investigation of International Crimes: Lessons from the Democratic Republic of Congo

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Oct 14th, 2021

Social Media Video Evidence in Impeachment Trial: Lessons from International Tribunals

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Feb 5th, 2021

On El Salvador’s 1981 El Mozote Massacre, President Bukele Sides With Impunity

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Oct 28th, 2020

The UN Guidelines on “Battlefield” Evidence and Terrorist Offences: A Frame, a Monet, or a Patchwork?

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Aug 21st, 2020

The UN Security Council Is About to Dangerously Undermine Fair Trial Guarantees

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Aug 20th, 2020

Guantanamo’s Ugly Taint on U.S. Diplomacy

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Feb 13th, 2020

There Is No Reason to Exclude Evidence in an Impeachment Trial on Grounds of Hearsay

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Jan 28th, 2020

Hearsay and the Impeachment Trial

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Jan 24th, 2020

The Senate Must Conduct an Impeachment Trial That Is Serious and Fair

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Dec 19th, 2019

Self-Defense in International Law: What Level of Evidence?

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Jul 8th, 2019

The Hidden Danger of User-Generated Evidence for International Criminal Justice

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Jan 23rd, 2019

The Importance of Professional Expertise in Gathering Evidence of Mass Atrocities

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Oct 27th, 2017

The ICC’s New Libya Case: Extraterritorial Evidence for an Extraterritorial Court

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Aug 23rd, 2017

Sparring Over the 9/11 Trial Recusal Motion

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Jun 3rd, 2016

“Your Account May Have Been Targeted by State-Sponsored Actors”: Attribution and Evidence of State-Sponsored Cyberattacks

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Jan 11th, 2016