Scholars’ Circle special. In the week before (July 1st. ) the ten year anniversary of the International Criminal Court. We spend the hour assessing how far we’ve come in protecting human rights and what else can be done. What are some of ICC’s strengths and weaknesses? [ dur. 58 mins. ]
- Samuel Moyn, Prof. of History , University of Columbia – Author: Origin of the other.
- Mark Drumbl is professor of law and director of the Transnational law Institute at Washington and Lee University School of Law. His numerous publications include, Atrocity, Punishment, and International Law and Reimagining Child Soldiers in International Law and Policy.
- Chris Mahony is Professor of law and Deputy Director for the New Zealand Centre for Human Rights Law, Policy and Practice at the University of Auckland. His many publications include the book, The Justice Sector Afterthought: Witness Protection in Africa.
- Liz Borgwardt is an associate professor of history and law at Washington University. She focuses on human rights ideas and institutions. She is the author of, A New Deal for the World: America’s Vision for Human Rights and the forthcoming The Nuremberg Idea: Crimes against Humanity in History, Law & Politics .
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