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Non-Coercive Interrogation Outlined in New UN Manual Advances Méndez Principles

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May 15th, 2024

Another Lost Year on Guantanamo

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Jan 11th, 2024

Accountability and Legacy at Guantanamo: Some Progress, Still A Long Way to Go

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Jan 11th, 2024

A Leader is Brought to Justice 41 Years Later in Suriname

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Jan 4th, 2024

US Regresses on Torture and Guantanamo at Treaty Review

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Oct 26th, 2023

Syrian Torture Victims Deserve a Hearing Before the ICJ

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Oct 13th, 2023

States Have an Opportunity to Lead on a Torture-Free Trade Treaty

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Oct 12th, 2023

9/11 Family Members Can Get Answers through Plea Agreements, Not a Trial

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Aug 31st, 2023

Biden Must Act on Landmark UN Special Rapporteur Guantanamo Report

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Jul 17th, 2023

Збір цифрових доказів у Міжнародному кримінальному суді: Обіцянки та підводні камені

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Jul 5th, 2023

Digital Evidence Collection at the Int’l Criminal Court: Promises and Pitfalls

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Jul 5th, 2023

Takeaways from the UN Special Rapporteur Report on Guantanamo

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Jun 29th, 2023

On International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, a Call to Better Support Them

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Jun 21st, 2023

2nd Time’s the Charm: France’s Cour de Cassation Broadens Universal Jurisdiction Law

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May 24th, 2023

Nicaragua’s Human Rights Crisis, Fueling Migrant Flows, Demands More Strategic US Action

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May 10th, 2023

The Role of Culture in Torture and its Absence in Guantanamo’s Medical Care System

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Apr 25th, 2023

The War From Within: Racial Injustice in the US Prison System

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Apr 24th, 2023

The Just Security Podcast: The Mayor of Les Irois

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Mar 31st, 2023

Rehabilitation for Torture at Guantanamo is a Moral and Legal Imperative

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Mar 8th, 2023

A Big Few Weeks for Guantanamo: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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Feb 8th, 2023

New Suit Against Liberia at ECOWAS Court of Justice Seeks Accountability for Civil War-Era Massacre

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Nov 29th, 2022

Gender Norms as a Tool for Wartime Torturers – A Look at Sexual and Gender-Based Violence under International Humanitarian Law

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Nov 28th, 2022

The Last, Best Chance for Accountability at Guantanamo? A Negotiated Plea for the 9/11 Defendants

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Nov 15th, 2022

Russian Torture and American (Selective) Memory

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Oct 13th, 2022

Time for the International Community to Get Serious About Protecting Human Rights in Afghanistan

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Apr 22nd, 2022

Як Міністерство юстиції може переслідувати росіян за воєнні злочини і як Конгрес може розширити свої повноваження

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Mar 23rd, 2022

How DOJ Could Prosecute Russians for War Crimes, and How Congress Can Expand Its Remit

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Mar 23rd, 2022

From Truth to Justice in The Gambia

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Mar 14th, 2022

In US v. Husayn (Abu Zubaydah), the Supreme Court Calls Torture What It Is

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Mar 11th, 2022

La France n’est pas un havre de paix pour les auteurs de violations des droits de l’homme, malgré l’avis de la Haute Cour

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Feb 4th, 2022

Biden Team Gets It Right on Inadmissibility of Torture Evidence in Al-Nashiri Case

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Feb 1st, 2022

Defending the Rule of Law Requires Ending Guantanamo Detention

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Jan 11th, 2022

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