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Blossoming Friendships

The Imperial Government is proud to announce that diplomatic relations with the Geovannian Union. The treaty was officially signed by Generalissamo De Geo on the 21st October, marking the start of relations. 228 more words

Imperial State News

Distinguished jurist Pillay discusses state sovereignty, human rights

“The biggest violators of human rights are states themselves, by commission or omission.”

This quote by Navi Pillay aptly summarized her talk on “National Sovereignty vs.

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Military Committee Issues Military Tribunal Arrest Warrants

The Military Committee met today and issued warrants for Benjamin Ortiz, Gus Nevin and Sue Ryder for military crimes including desertion and assisting an enemy. The announcement was not a surprise given the Imperial Government’s renewed aggression against the Communist Party of Lundenwic. 135 more words

Imperial State News

Gaps in Human Rights Research, Advocacy and Compliance

How human rights scholars conceal social wrongs.

That’s the title of an Open Democracy article published yesterday, which takes issue with the way that international comparative indices (such as… 341 more words


Parliament and Treaty Ratification: Why Accuracy Matters

by  Philippe Lagassé

The House of Commons voted to support the government’s ratification of the Paris Accord yesterday. Contrary to what was reported in several media outlets, the Commons vote was not the legal instrument that ratified the agreement, nor was the House’s support necessary for ratification. 657 more words

Faculty Posts

How will current and future conflicts test 2016 ICRC Commentary?

It’s our pleasure today to publish this post by Chanel Chauvet, a member of the Georgia Law Class of 2018 who serves as a Student Ambassador at our Dean Rusk International Law Center. 1,125 more words


Saskatoon school divisions work to expand treaty knowledge

Saskatoon school divisions are making progress in educating students about Canada’s treaties, but leaders of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) say schools need to further incorporate treaty elders. 516 more words

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