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Will the 68th UN General Assembly Heads of State Gathering Produce Breakthroughs?

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Did Obama’s Pressure Bring Russia and Syria to Chemical Weapons Deal?

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Globe Shares Guilt, and Responsibility to Act, as India Convicts Gang Rape Attackers

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Chemical Weapons Allegations May Be Game Changer in Syrian Conflict

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New Book by Case Western Reserve University School of Law Professor Michael Scharf Evaluates the “Grotian Moment” in International Law

International law usually develops gradually—a process known as crystallization, but sometimes transformative change, known as a “Grotian Moment,” causes rules and doctrines to emerge surprisingly quickly. Case Western Reserve University School of Law Professor Michael P. Scharf’s new book, Customary International Law in Times of Fundamental Change: Recognizing Grotian Moments (Cambridge University Press), explains why recognizing a Grotian moment is important.

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CWRU Law Professor Michael Scharf Is Available to to Journalists Concerning International Law and the Situation in Syria

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Is War Really Disappearing? A New Analysis Suggests Not

While some researchers have claimed that war between nations is in decline, a new analysis suggests we shouldn’t be too quick to celebrate a more peaceful world.

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Experts and Sources Needed: International Involvement in Syria Conflict Imminent

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Snowden gains asylum- will tensions rise between Russia & US? Villanova prof. is an expert on Russian politics & available for media comment

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Crimes Against Humanity Must Be Prosecuted for International Criminal Court to Succeed

Successful prosecutions of crimes against humanity must occur at the International Criminal Court if it is to succeed in its mandate to punish perpetrators of atrocities and deter others from committing such crimes, argues Leila Sadat, JD, international law expert and WUSTL professor. Her research, arguments and analysis are published in the latest issue of the American Journal of International Law.

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American University Celebrates 50th Anniversary of JFK’s “A Strategy of Peace”

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Kennedy's 1963 American University commencement speech called for a nuclear test ban treaty and outlined a bold vision at the height of the Cold War. The speech is hailed as one of Kennedy's finest according to Kennedy's legendary speechwriter Ted Sorensen.

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Drones May Violate International Law

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As President Obama gives a speech on national security — including defending U.S. use of drones to combat terrorism — Leila Sadat, JD, international law expert and professor of law at Washington University in St. Louis, argues that such targeted killing by unmanned planes may violate international humanitarian law. Legalities aside, she also questions whether it promotes U.S. interests abroad.

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Experts Needed: Kidnapping Victims Rescued in Ohio, Pentagon Sexual Assault Report, Escalating Syrian Civil War

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MHC South Asia expert Kavita Khory says the U.S. military’s use of drones in Pakistan inflames anti-American feeling and creates a dangerous precedent.

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