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W&L Expert Can Address Impact of Decentralization on Kenyan Elections

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International Law Expert on Remote Drone Strikes Available to Talk with Media

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Expert: Banning Cats as Pets May Have Unintended Negative Consequences

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Expert: Indian Government Must End Re-Victimization of Rape Survivors

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Assad's Options Are Nil as Syrian Crisis Continues, Says Mount Holyoke's Vincent Ferraro

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Experts Needed, Recommended Topics: 1) Rising Tension in Egypt 2) Escalating Syria Conflict 3) Fiscal Cliff Negotiations

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Experts Needed, Recommended Topics: Israel Settlement Dispute, Fiscal Cliff Talks, Mars Rover Findings

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Cornell Expert: Congo Rebels Prove UN Peacekeepers Are Not Worth the Cost

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International Criminal Court Conference Set for Nov. 11, 12

The “International Criminal Court at Ten,” a major international conference commemorating the 10th anniversary of the International Criminal Court, will convene at Washington University School of Law Sunday, Nov. 11, and Monday, Nov. 12. The conference will honor victims of atrocity crimes and the 100th birthday of former Nuremberg prosecutor Whitney R. Harris. Speakers will include Stephen Rapp, U.S. ambassador-at-large, Office of Global Justice, and Hans Corell, former under-secretary-general for legal affairs and the legal counsel of the United Nations. The conference, which features more than 20 speakers, also includes special addresses by International Criminal Court Judges Hans-Peter Kaul and Joyce Aluoch, president of the Trial Division of the Court.

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EU Expert Available to Comment on Nobel Peace Prize Selection

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Breaking News Experts Needed: 1) Chavez Re-elected 2) Discoveries in Cloning and Stem Cells Earn Nobel 3) Steroid-Related Meningitis Cases On Rise

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Heads of State Gather at UN; Saber Rattling Sets Tone

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Expert Says Legal Fight Over Royal Vacation Photos Highlights Difference Between European and American Views of Privacy and Free Speech

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Britain’s royal family has obtained an injunction against the French magazine Closer to prevent it from publishing topless photographs of the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton. “The case would likely come out differently if it were brought in the United States,” says Neil Richards, JD, professor of law at Washington University in St. Louis. Richards, an internationally recognized expert in privacy and free speech law who hails from England, explains that English and European courts have been very aggressive in stopping media from publishing pictures delving into the sex lives of celebrities.

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W&L Law Professor Expects German Constitutional Court to Ratify EU Bailout Fund

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Groups Tell IUCN: Shark Rules Need Teeth

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The Wildlife Conservation Society and over 35 government agency and NGO partners participating in IUCN’s World Conservation Congress this week are urging the world’s governments to take urgent steps to save the world’s sharks and rays from the relentless pressure of over-fishing for international trade.

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Experts Available to Dissect Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands Dispute

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Killings in South Africa Reminder of Lasting Inequalities of Apartheid, Says Cornell Expert

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Will Syria Be Obama's Srebrenica? On 17th Anniversary, American U Prof. Thinks So

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Andrew Reiter, Expert in Transitional Justice & Political Violence, Offers Insight on Prospects for Nations at War, e.g. Syria

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