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About Anthony Dworkin
Anthony Dworkin is the web editor of the Crimes of War Project which a site dedicated to raising public awareness of the laws of war.
Articles by Anthony Dworkin
This week's editors
Rosemary Bechler edits openDemocracy's main site.
Cameron Thibos edits Mediterranean Journeys in Hope.
En Liang Khong is assistant editor at openDemocracy.
Alex Sakalis is the editor of Can Europe Make It?
No to TTIP
The International Court of Justice ruling on Bosnia's case against Serbia must be considered in strict legal rather than wider political or moral terms, says Anthony Dworkin.
There are serious doubts over the integrity of the genocide trial which sentenced Saddam Hussein to death, says Anthony Dworkin.
The death in custody of the first head of state on trial for war crimes does not diminish the importance of institutions of global justice, says Anthony Dworkin.
From Rwanda to Iraq, Serbia to Sierra Leone, the search for transitional justice in post-conflict states involves difficult choices. Anthony Dworkin of the Crimes of War Project maps the current stage of a long-term process.
The Hague trial of Slobodan Milosevic may prove to be a landmark in the evolution of international justice since 1945. But between his arrest in June 2000 and his trial, fell the huge shadow of 11 September. Will the USs recourse to the language and practice of war in meeting the challenge of terrorism undermine the movement towards a universally respected system of justice?