Obama Administration May Be Guilty Of War Crimes

By: Wednesday November 6, 2013 9:27 am

The Obama Administration’s assassination program, including its use of drones, has already proved controversial around the world. But now questions are being raised as to whether the program violates the laws of war and international human rights law. Outside of Afghanistan, or a “defined conflict zone”, the use of lethal force is subject to international [...]

Seif al-Islam el-Gadhafi, Fearing for His Life, Tries to Charter Plane to International Criminal Court

By: Friday October 28, 2011 8:15 am

Seif al-Islam el-Gadhafi has contacted the International Criminal Court at The Hague, and is seeking an airlift out of Libya, where he fears assassination, in favor of a war crimes trial. The International Criminal Court (ICC) said intermediaries had been used in indirect talks with Saif al-Islam. Prosecutors said the court had made it clear [...]

UN Tries Carrot and Stick Approach in Libya

By: Monday May 16, 2011 9:20 am

UN envoy to Libya Abdul Ilah al-Khatib held talks in Tripoli aimed at a cease-fire in the two-month conflict, but that seemed very far off. NATO planes continued to bomb Tripoli over the weekend, and government forces continued to shell rebels at the various parts of the front. The stick to the carrot of negotiations [...]

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