Conflict Prevention and Mitigation / Post Conflict Reconstruction

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A Critical Assessment of Reparation in International Law

Author: 
Laura Livingston

Donald Francis Donovan of Debevoise & Plimpton’s International Disputes Group moderated the panel, which addressed various approaches to implementing reparations for states’ in

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New Voices: Conflict, Accountability, and Justice

Author: 
Maggie Gardner

A panel of new scholars explored what the next generation of international criminal law will look like. Professor Beth Van Schaack, Stanford Law School, convened the panel and mode

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Grotius Lecture: The Challenges to International Law in the 21st Century

Author: 
Amy Porges

UN Security Council Adopts Resolution Addressing Sexual Abuse by Peacekeepers (March 11, 2016)

Author: 
Catherina Valenzuela-Bock

On March 11, 2016, the United Nations Security Council adopted a resolution addressing sexual abuse

United Nations Security Council Adopts Resolution Endorsing Cessation of Hostilities in Syria (February 26, 2016)

Author: 
Catherina Valenzuela-Bock

On February 26, 2016, the UN Security Council adopted a resolution endorsing the

Libya’s Internationally-Recognized Parliament Votes to Reject the UN-Backed Unity Government (January 25, 2016)

Author: 
Catherina Valenzuela-Bock

On January 25, 2016, the internationally-recognized parliament of Libya voted to reject the unity government proposed by the UN to resolve the political and armed conflict in the country.

UN Security Council Adopts Resolution Establishing Political Mission in Colombia (January 25, 2016)

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Catherina Valenzuela-Bock

On January 25, 2016, the UN Security Council (Council) adopted a resolution establishing a politica

Impunity of Military Peacekeepers: Will the UN Start Naming and Shaming Troop Contributing Countries?

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The focus of this Insight is on the criminal accountability of members of the military component that may be part of United Nations (UN) peacekeeping operations (military members). Unfortunately, several member states that have contributed military members (Troop Contributing Countries or TCCs) have failed to hold their members accountable for alleged criminal misconduct such as rape.

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19
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25
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Rembert Boom
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