Sunday, April 16, 2006

Try Charles Taylor in Africa - Editorials & Commentary - International Herald Tribune

Forgive the odd one liner commentary and equally puzzling blog entries and link choice for the next few weeks. These entries are more likely than not going to be probable and possible motions that I'll be working on with the team once the exams are over.

But just off the top of my head, I think if one takes the baseline as Saddam Hussein's trial within Iraq, then trying Charles Taylor arguably has fewer weaknesses than the difficulty of trying the immediate ruling predecessor of a nation where decades of social, economic and political control have ravaged the judicial infrastructure.



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