Prosecution: Cases: Chemical weapons attack in Ghouta (2013), indiscriminate attacks in Aleppo in 2016, aerial bombardment with industrial chemicals; attacks on the sick and injured in hospital and medical workers (35,000 evacuated, 100 wounded, unknown numbered killed); Khan Sheikhoun, chemical … Continue reading
Author Archives: Christopher Micklethwait
Wednesday in class we will conduct a mock trial of the Syrian regime on charges of crimes against humanity. Our goal is to understand some of the constrictions on social justice embedded in international human rights law. To prepare, you should … Continue reading
Youth activists and labor movement: P. 49–Military refused to intervene against demonstrators in Jan./Feb. 2011. P. 50–Used the court system to suppress popular dissent since 2013. Military trials of civilians. P. 55–Brotherhood won presidency but SCAF amended constitution to expand … Continue reading
The blog topics all look great and basically the blogs are composed in the right way, but here are some pointers for revising them. You can revise them until 3pm on Monday, June 5 and I’ll regrade them then. If … Continue reading
Al-Jazeera from 2014 on Ben Ali’s corruption. Police state and use of violence to suppress the population. Wikileaks data showed that Ben Ali’s regime was run like a mafia. Used national resources for personal gain. Highly educated population with limited … Continue reading
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Welcome to your brand new blog at St. Edwards University Sites. To get started, simply log in, edit or delete this post and check out all the other options available to you. For assistance, visit our comprehensive support site, check … Continue reading