Recent Appeals Judgments of the ICTY: Assessing Legal Implications

This roundtable brought together a select group of seasoned legal practitioners, renowned legal scholars and distinguished military professionals to discuss the principal legal issues arising from recent appeals judgments issued by the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), as well as their implications for international legal regimes. | Read more about this event

Co-Hosts

  • Mr. David Tolbert
    President, International Center for Transitional Justice
  • Dr. Carsten Stahn
    Program Director, Grotius Center for International Legal Affairs
  • Dr. Abiodun Williams
    President, The Hague Institute

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The End of U.S. Leadership on Human Rights?

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