Additional Reading for Extra Credit

I’ve got a new piece up today at Beacon about efforts to use the courts in Argentina, Spain, and the U.S. to provide accountability for long-ago-and-far-away human rights violations: Who’s Afraid of Extra-Territorial Jurisdiction?

And, in case that $5/month price tag is too steep (hey, I get it, we’ve all been there), a bunch of my earlier posts are now un-gated. Check them out:

  1. A Domestic Trial for Gaddafi’s Spymaster
  2. Why Is an American Pastor Being Sued over Uganda’s Mistreatment of Gays?
  3. The International Criminal Court’s Worsening Africa Problem
  4. An Unwelcome Visitor: Omar Bashir Plans a Trip to New York
  5. Will Assad Face Prosecution for War Crimes?

Kate Cronin-Furman

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