SOURCE: Just Security
by Francine Hirsch
Putin's claims to "denazify" Ukraine are an egregious affront to the historical role of the Soviet Union in establishing the Nuremberg tribunal, and its insistence in prosecuting aggressive war itself as a crime.
SOURCE: Wall Street Journal
The Supreme Court ruled that despite the evidence of the theft of property from victims of the Holocaust, their descendants could not seek relief against the German government by invoking international law in a U.S. Court.
History & Law: GW History Professor Jennifer Wells Discusses How Her Study of Law Has Informed her Career in History
by Mark Detlor
"I’m more much analytical as a result of law and try to immediately make an assertion and back it up with evidence when I write; I think it’s a very effective way of writing but I’m not sure that I would have mastered it had I not gone to law school."
by Lawrence Wittner
And how the U.S. government has violated these principles of international law in the past.
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