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The Real Attitude of the Chinese Communist Party Towards International Law

By Lan Wuyou, published: October 29, 2014

Affirmation in words, negation in actions

In today’s world, mankind has developed a common understanding of values like freedom and democracy, even dictatorships feel compelled to make claims of being free and democratic, except that they make up a different set of interpretations to suit themselves. 1,597 more words

Rule Of Law

The Human Rights Situation in North Korea

The Permanent Missions of Australia, Botswana, and Panama co-organized a panel discussion on the human rights situation in the People’s Democratic Republic of Korea, featuring the Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in the DPRK (COI). 305 more words

Sustainability

DVD: The Reckoning

To learn more about the International Criminal Court, watch the 2009 documentary The Reckoning: The Battle for the International Criminal Court located in the Law Library DVD documentaries collection at KZ6311 .R43 2009. 32 more words

Featured Acquisitions

BISHOP OF COVENTRY RECIEVES TWO WRITTEN ANSWERS ABOUT JURISDICTION OF ICC IN IRAQ & CREATING NEW PROVINCES IN IRAQ

The Bishop of Coventry, the Rt Revd Christopher Cocksworth asked the Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Baroness Anelay of St Johns two written questions about Iraq… 293 more words

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An Imperfect World for International Justice - Paul Fry

Let’s be honest here. In a perfect world, no prosecutor should take political factors into consideration when deciding who to investigate and who to prosecute. But we don’t live in a perfect world; far from it. 488 more words

Interdependence And Institutions

The Attempt at the Decline of Political Power- Julia Norman

The beginnings of a global criminal court trace back to the 19th century with Gustav Moynier. He proposed a permanent court after the Franco-Prussian War. 439 more words

International Criminal Court

Will Seif al Islam Lead the Expulsion of the ISIS Affiliate, Al Fajr Libya?

Time Will Tell

by  Franklin Lamb,

with the Abu Baker al-Siddiq Brigade, Zintan, Libya

A second interview by this observer with Seif al Islam Gadhafi, formerly the heir apparent to his father Moammar, was sought and finally arranged as a follow up to an earlier one focusing of my interest in the… 2,460 more words

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