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No Chaos in this Courtroom!

By Michael P. Scharf This essay was originally posted on the Trial of Charles Taylor Blog: http://charlestaylortrial.org/expert-commentary-2/professor-michael-p-scharf-no-chaos-in-this-courtroom/ After the conclusion of the Saddam Hussein trial, which was perhaps the messiest trial in...
Wednesday, February 6, 2008/Number of views (2213)/Comments (0)/
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Why the Cambodia Tribunal Matters to the International Community

Why the Cambodia Tribunal Matters to the International Community By David Scheffer This essay was originally posted on ?The Cambodia Tribunal Monitor" (www.cambodiatribunal.org) -- an independent professional web site that covers the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia with...
Tuesday, October 9, 2007/Number of views (2123)/Comments (0)/
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Playing The Defence Game - The Trial of Charles Taylor

Mark Ellis The start of Charles Taylor?s trial provides a compelling reason why newly established international and domestic courts should focus on the issue of assignment of defence counsel. The trial of Charles Taylor began in The Hague (International Criminal Court) on 4 June 2007, under...
Tuesday, October 2, 2007/Number of views (2354)/Comments (0)/
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Into the Dark Heart of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal

EDITORIAL NOTE: THIS IS THE INAUGURAL ESSAY FOR THE "GROTIAN MOMENT: CAMBODIA GENOCIDE TRIALS BLOG." OUR PANEL INCLUDES EXPERTS, LIKE PROFESSOR JOHN HALL, WHO ARE HIGHLY CRITICAL OF THE CAMBODIA TRIBUNAL, AND THOSE WHO SUPPORT THE PROJECT, BELIEVING THINGS ARE PROGRESSING AS WELL AS COULD BE...
Thursday, September 27, 2007/Number of views (2043)/Comments (0)/
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