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Is U.S. Cooperation with the UN Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda Unconstitutional?

Published: Apr 4th, 2014

by Paul Magnarella Factual Background On December 17, 1997 US Magistrate Marcel Notzon in Laredo, Texas stunned the US State Department and human rights advocates around the world by ruling… Read More

Judicial Responses to Genocide: The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the Rwandan Genocide Courts

Published: Mar 28th, 2014

by Paul J. Magnarella,¬†University of Florida Abstract Following Rwanda’s 1994 appalling eruption into genocide, the UN Security Council, having created an international criminal tribunal for humanitarian law violators in the… Read More

Can the US State Department Surrender Rwandan Fugitives to the U.N. Criminal Tribunal?

Published: Mar 27th, 2014

by Paul J. Magnarella INTRODUCTION In an Order filed on 7 August 1998 in the US District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Laredo Division, Judge John D. Rainey… Read More

The U.N. Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda Concludes its First Case: A Monumental Step Towards Truth

Published: Mar 27th, 2014

by Paul J. Magnarella Introduction Over the past year, the UN International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) has made significant progress in apprehending and prosecuting high ranking persons responsible for… Read More

After Arusha: Gacaca Justice in Post-Genocide Rwanda

Published: Mar 13th, 2014

by Alana Erin Tiemessen Abstract The epicentre of post-genocide Rwandan society and politics has been the need for reconciliation to assuage ethnic tensions and end a culture of impunity. The… Read More