Post Tagged with: "International Law"

The Bleeding Heart of Darkness
/ February 16, 2013

The Bleeding Heart of Darkness

After billions of dollars and 14 years, Guy Bud looks at the United Nations peacekeeping force in the Democratic Republic of Congo - and why it isn’t working

Sir Geoffrey Adams: The British Response To The Arab Spring
/ November 12, 2012

Sir Geoffrey Adams: The British Response To The Arab Spring

The Political Director-General at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Sir Geoffrey Adams, shared his insights on the Arab Uprisings in a talk to the Oxford International Relations Society on November 6th

A New Imperialism?
/ November 1, 2012

A New Imperialism?

As yet another African leader is held to account, the spotlight is on the institutions administering international justice

Managing the Rise of China
/ June 25, 2012

Managing the Rise of China

John Kirn examines the normative transformations that must take place in order to ensure a peaceful transition of power to the east