Middle East and North Africa

Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal Awards Iran Compensation for Legal Expenses Incurred in U.S. Courts (July 2, 2014)

Author: 
Emily MacKenzie

On July 2, 2014, the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal (the Tribunal) issued Award No.

Venues for Prosecuting Saddam Hussein: The Legal Framework

The capture of Saddam Hussein on December 14, 2003, has prompted wide-ranging debate about where and how he should be tried.  While potential venues for prosecution range across a broad spectrum, it seems likely that Hussein will be tried before a court in Iraq operating with some form of international assistance.
 
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8
Issue: 
30
Author: 
Diane F. Orentlicher
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The World Court Finds that U.S. Attacks on Iranian Oil Platforms in 1987-1988 Were Not Justifiable as Self-Defense, but the United States Did Not Violate the Applicable Treaty with Iran

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8
Issue: 
25
Author: 
Pieter H.F. Bekker
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