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Enemies or criminals?
Should Terrorists be treated as criminals to be investigated or as enemies to be killed?
Webinar on Israeli-Palestinian conflict
We want to help young generations to better manage this conflict.
War and Justice in the 21st Century
A case study on the International Criminal Court and its interaction with the War on Terror, by Luis Moreno Ocampo, Founding Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court.
War and Justice in the XXI Century
A case study in the International Criminal Court and its interaction with the War on Terror
a book by Luis Moreno Ocampo, Founding Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court.
Can you envisage what we’re going to do in Colombia, Venezuela, and Syria?
Our Purpose: Inventing a Permanent Peace
Detail: Allegory of the Peace of Westphalia by Jacob Jordaens, 1654
For 5.000 years violence was the mechanism
to manage problems between communities.
Peace was the time between wars.
The “Permanent peace of Westphalia” that ended the 30 Years War in Europe introduced the idea. The possibility to use the law to control international violence started at Nuremberg in 1945.