Tag Archives: war crimes

UK: Aimlessly Aiding and Abetting Saudi Arabia?

New report questions Saudi Arabia’s utility for Britain.

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My Great-Grandfather. War Hero?

Scott Tong travels to China to discover how his great-grandfather saved the Tong family village during World War Two.

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China and WWII’s “Sarajevo” Moment

Is a bridge in Beijing where the first shots of WWII were fired – back in July 1937?

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America’s Blind Infatuation with Israel

Lessons from Amos Oz on the coexistence of Jews and Arabs.

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The Nazi Hunters’ Enduring Legacy

Why it matters to stand up for justice and demand atonement.

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Syria: A Potent Alternative to Military Action

How can the United States police crimes against humanity but ignore the ICC?

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Lessons for Libya from 1911

What is the key to the success of democracy in 21st century Libya?

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Qaddafi, It Is Time to Go

Why must the international community force Qaddafi to step down?

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How We Missed the Story (Part II)

How could the media have averted the crisis in Afghanistan and helped prevent a very costly war?

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War Criminals: Beware the Ides of March

Do recent events in Africa indicate better odds for an effective multilateral justice system?

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