Monthly Archives: March 2012

Mar 27 2012

The ICC: one verdict vs. three faults

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By Cristina Barrios, Researcher at FRIDE and Associate of LSE IDEAS Transatlantic Programme. The International Criminal Court (ICC) issued its first ever verdict last week (14 March 2012). Thomas Lubanga was found guilty of training and using child soldiers in the Democratic … Continue reading

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Mar 20 2012

In the Land of Blood and Honey, or How Angelina Jolie Adopted Bosnia

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By Karlo Basta Angelina Jolie’s In the Land of Blood and Honey, a film about the Bosnian war, is neither particularly good, nor unbearably bad. But you might not know this if you got most of your information about it from … Continue reading

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Mar 16 2012

Debating Decline, Sidelining Foreign Policy

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By Gregorio Bettiza and Emiliano Alessandri. As the US economy improves, Syria continues its descent into chaos and Iran carries on its enrichment program, foreign policy is acquiring a more prominent role in the 2012 presidential contest than initially expected. … Continue reading

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