Jenny Martinez and Kathryn Sikkink offer conflicting histories of the ascendency of international courts.
The US policy of criminalizing undocumented immigrants has led innocent deportees to be jailed and maligned in their home countries.
Despite Obama's claims that closing Guantanamo would take priority on his agenda as president, infamous Bush-era policies have quietly expanded under his administration.
The WikiLeaks editor is not only fighting extradition in the sexual assault case. He’s also worried about potential conspiracy charges by a grand jury in Virginia.
Family members of Egyptians killed during the revolution are protesting as a crucial trial keeps gettting postponed by a judge with ties to Mubarak.
Ratko Mladic may face justice—but what about the Serbs who voted for the politics of nationalism, hatred and war?
The path is now open for Serbia’s entry into the Union. But Serbian society has just begun the hard work of coming to terms with the country’s role in perpetrating war crimes.
The Army's on-the-ground investigative team in Iraq has failed to hold torturers and abusers accountable for their crimes.
This memo, dated August 17, 2004, notes that "On 28 Jul 04, the Detainee Abuse Task Force, was formed by USACIDC to investigate all allegations of Iraqi Detainee abuse involving Coalition Forces."
In this letter, the Army's associate deputy general counsel writes that the CID "never created an official 'Detainee Abuse Task Force.'"