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Local Injustice: Why We Shouldn’t Forget about Saif Gaddafi

—Ruti Teitel, 2012-13 Straus fellow at NYU School of Law, Ernst C. Stiefel Professor of Comparative Law at New York Law School, and author of Transitional Justice (OUP 2000) and Humanity’s Law (OUP 2012).   In the London newspaper the Daily Mail, Saif Gaddafi’s longtime girlfriend, Orly Weinerman, has asked that Saif be spared prosecution

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Published on October 16, 2012
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A Review of Iceland’s Draft Constitution from the Comparative Constitutions Project

–Zachary Elkins, University of Texas; Tom Ginsburg,University of Chicago;                James Melton,University College London On the heels of an extraordinarily interesting experiment in constitutional design by crowdsourcing, Iceland is headed to the polls this week to test the public’s reaction to the draft constitution.  This draft is a proposed revision of

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Published on October 15, 2012
Author:          Filed under: Analysis, Iceland, Tom Ginsburg, Zachary Elkins
 
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Fatherland, Socialism or Death

–Daniel Lansberg-Rodriguez Yesterday a new article of mine came out in Foreign Policy on some of the possible contingencies  for the upcoming Venezuelan Elections. An earlier version of the piece, which the FP editors felt may be a bit too legalistic and technical for their purposes, was just the sort of thing which I suspect

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