Atrocities Documented, Accountability Needed: Finding Justice for the Rohingya through the ICC and Independent Mechanism, By Paul R. Williams & Jessica Levy

By Paul R. Williams* and Jessica Levy‡   Introduction In late August and early September 2017, the Myanmar military launched a large-scale, coordinated attack against the Rohingya population of Myanmar in the Rakhine, Kachin, and Shan states. Mass killings, arson, and rape, amongst [...]

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Marital Rape: A Non-criminalized Crime in India

  By: Sarthak Makkar The definition of rape codified in Section 375 of the Indian Penal Code (“IPC”) includes all forms of sexual assault involving nonconsensual intercourse with a woman. However, Exception 2 to Section 375 exempts unwilling sexual intercourse between a husband [...]

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Online Symposium on Transitional Justice

TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE IN CONTEXT Online Symposium, 2017 Truth, reconciliation, accountability, and reparation are generally identified as the core components of transitional justice. When it is not politically or practically feasible to hold perpetrators of human rights violations criminally accountable, is it acceptable [...]

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Announcing Volume 28 of HHRJ

Announcing Volume 28 of HHRJ

The HHRJ staff is very excited to announce that Volume 28, Issue 1 has been published! Click below to read our articles and student note. ARTICLES Lazo-Majano: Alive, Well, and Thriving at Twenty-Seven Judge John T. Noonan, Jr. Strategic Compliance in the Shadow of Transnational [...]

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