Paradigms of International Justice - Videos

Video Index - Paradigms of International Justice
A Regional Conference of the American Society of International Law October 11, 2002

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View Video in Real Player - Welcome and Opening Remarks

Joel Seligman
Dean and Ethan A.H. Shepley University Professor

John O. Haley
Director-Whitney R. Harris Institute of Global Legal Studies and Wiley B. Rutledge Professor of Law

Conference Organizers:
Leila Sadat
Professor of Law, Washington University School of Law

Michael P. Scharf
Professor of Law, Case Western Reserve School of Law

Introduction

View Video in RealPlayer - Whitney R. Harris - Former Nuremberg Prosecutor and author of Tyranny on Trial
 
Opening Address

View Video in RealPlayer - Professor M. Cherif Bassiouni - Professor of Law and President, International Human Rights Law Institute, DePaul University; Chairman, Drafting Committee, U.N. Diplomatic Conference on the International Criminal Court

Panel I:  "The Accountability Paradigm: International and Domestic Fora for the Trial of International Crimes"

Chair:  Professor Leila Sadat, Washington University
Discussant:   Professor David Sloss, Saint Louis University

View Video in RealPlayer - The work of the ICTY & ICTR - Payam Akhavan, Distinguished Visiting Professor, University of Toronto School of Law and Senior Fellow, Yale University
 
View Video in RealPlayer - The Exercise of Universal Jurisdiction: The Pinochet Case - Naomi Roht-Arriaza, Professor of Law, University of California, Hastings

View Video in RealPlayer  - Uses of and Limits Upon Universal Jurisdiction - Diane Orentlicher, Director War Crimes Research Offices and Professor of Law, Washington College of Law, American University

View Video in RealPlayer  - The Role of the Prosecutor in International Criminal Tribunals - Allison Danner, Vanderbilt University School of Law

View Video in RealPlayer  - The International Criminal Court - Bartram Brown, Professor IIT Chicago-Kent School of Law

View Video in RealPlayer  -  The NGO Community and Its Importance - William R. Pace, Convener, NGO Coalition for an International Criminal Court

View Video in RealPlayer  - The Politics of War Crime Tribunals - Gary J. Bass, Professor, Princeton University and author of "Stay the Hand of Vengeance: The Politics of War Crimes Tribunals"

View Video in RealPlayer  - Discussion and Questions 

Panel II:  Challenges to Prosecution: Effectiveness, Legitimacy and Realpolitik

View Video in RealPlayer  - Introduction

Chair: Professor A. Peter Mutharika, Washington University
Discussant: Professor Stephen Legomsky, Washington University

View Video in RealPlayer  - Challenges to International Justice: The Outer Bounds of Universal Jurisdiction: Congo v. Belgium - Michael P. Scharf, Professor, Case Western Reserve School of Law

View Video in RealPlayer  - Innovation Is the Mother of Necessity: The Sierra Leone Special Court - Andras Vamos-Goldman, Canadian Dept. of Foreign Affairs & International Trade, United Nations, Criminal and Treaty Law Division

View Video in RealPlayer  - A Dual Approach to Justice: The Relationship Between Courts and Truth Commissions - Marieke Wierda, Senior Associate, International Center for Transitional Justice, New York University School of Law

View Video in RealPlayer  - Lessons for International Criminal Justice from Rwanda - Mark Drumbl, Professor, Washington & Lee School of Law

View Video in RealPlayer  - Lessons from Yugoslavia - Laurel Fletcher, Boalt Hall School of Law and Associate Director, International Human Rights Law Clinic

View Video in RealPlayer  - The Future of the United States and International Criminal Justice - John L. Washburn, Convener, American Coalition for the International Criminal Court

View Video in RealPlayer  - Discussion and Questions 

View Video in RealPlayer  - Closing Remarks - Ambassador David Scheffer, Senior Vice President, United Nations Association of the United States of America, Former Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes

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