...shed to prosecute serious crimes committed during the wars in the [[former Yugoslavia]].
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*Was there a "supreme objective" that he be tried in a criminal court?
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With international pressure growing, the two sides agreed on a temporary daily truce on
| date = 22 January 2009}}</ref> Israel lifted a ban on international aid agencies entering the Gaza Strip on 23rd January; the [[United N
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...dant precedent for the trial and conviction of defendants in an ''ad hoc'' tribunal that enforced issues ''[[ex post facto]]'', because the offense had not b
| title = Superior orders and the International Criminal Court: Justice delivered or justice denied
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...ternational Criminal Court]], as well as specific tribunals for the former Yugoslavia, Rwanda, and Cambodia.
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...ff member, [[9-11 Commission]]. A policy analyst with Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) working with clients such as the Office of the Se
...ears assigned to investigate counterterrorism matters the last four years. Formerly with the U.S. Border Patrol.
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...te to which, so that conflicts between their provisions can be resolved. [[International law]] regulates the affairs between sovereign nation states in every
...tory]] or [[jurisprudence|philosophy]], and [[social sciences]], such as [[criminology]], [[economic analysis of law|economics]], and [[sociology of law|soci
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...nal Court]] and specific tribunals for areas such as Rwanda and the Former Yugoslavia are developing.
...ich they occur. One might be the inclination of individuals to perpetrate criminal acts: as more crime occurs, provided the ability of law enforcement remai
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According to the International Military Tribunal, its 1943 organization consisted of five headquarters sections, plus regi
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...moral and political aspects involving such things as U.S. cooperation with international military and police organizations, especially in [[Southeast Asia]]
.../External Links#Nuremberg Code|Nuremberg Code]] that was produced from the tribunal, and then the worldwide work that led to the [[informed consent]] criteri
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...ers' Corner]] lecturing about the virtues of [[Internationalism (politics)|internationalism]] in [[Esperanto]], which he had learned from his father.<ref>Phi
...ssion at the [[Los Angeles World Affairs Council]] in 2006, Alvin Shuster, former foreign editor of the ''Los Angeles Times'', asked Soros, "How does one go
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