How two conflicts have shaped the relationship between law and war since 1945
A bottom-up analysis of what displaced people need rather than what states want
Why U.S. support for international law is so inconsistent
Why boardroom diplomacy fails
When the margin IS the center, perspectives shift
Shows how witness experiences of testimony give credence to perceptions of justice in international courts
An important examination of multinational corporations’ accountability in the era of globalization and the long shadow of the Holocaust
Legal scholars and practitioners examine the role of the ICC’s first prosecutor
Legal prohibitions against torture cannot prevent state violence
Is there room for mercy in a system of justice?
Is torture the inevitable reaction to terrorism?
Traces the development of jinkaku (moral character) in modern Japanese discourse