This 2018 Online Discussion asks whether colonists owe their former colonies reparations. Larissa van den Herik, Kenneth McCallion, Robert Murtfeld, Shashi Tharoor and Jo-Anne Wemmers provide responses while engaging with questions and debates of international law on topics of colonial legacy, reparations, and justice. Responses Jo-Anne Wemmers, Reparation, Decolonization … [Read more...] about Discussion: Do Colonists Owe Their Former Colonies Reparations?
This 2018 Online Discussion concerns Professor Kevin Jon Heller's latest paper "What is an International Crime? (A Revisionist History)," published in the Harvard International Law Journal Vol 58.2. Alejandro Chehtman, Astrid Reisinger Coracini, and Mia Swart provide responses to Professor Heller's article, links to which can be found below. Adding to the engaging commentaries … [Read more...] about Discussion: What is an International Crime (A Revisionist History)
This 2017 Summer Online Discussion concerns Professor Monica Hakimi's latest paper, The Work of International Law, which was recently published in the Harvard International Law Journal. Dan Bodansky, Jean D'Aspremont, Nico Krisch, and Tim Meyer wrote responses to Professor Hakimi's article, links to which can be found below. Adding to the fruitful commentaries provided by the … [Read more...] about Discussion: The Work of International Law
[PDF] By Rebecca F. Green, Federica D'Alessandra & Juan P. Calderon-Meza* In 1946, the world witnessed the first-ever prosecutions of a state’s leaders for planning and executing a war of aggression. The idea of holding individuals accountable for the illegal use of force—the “supreme international crime”—was considered but ultimately rejected in the wake of the First … [Read more...] about Accountability for the Illegal Use of Force – Will the Nuremberg Legacy Be Complete?
[PDF] By MacKennan Graziano* and Lan Mei** The former prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Luis Moreno-Ocampo, observed in 2003 that “investigation of the financial aspects of the alleged atrocities will be crucial to prevent future crimes and for the prosecution of crimes already committed. If the alleged business practices continue to fuel atrocities, these … [Read more...] about The Crime of Aggression Under the Rome Statute and Implications for Corporate Accountability