Monthly Archives: December 2015
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I was most intrigued by Crowe’s coverage of the Nuremburg trials. He came to a few ultimate conclusions. The trials were flawed, but acceptably so. Despite being carried out by the conflict’s victors, their was a clear attempt to be … Continue reading
Will the universality of rape as a weapon ever end? Would adding moral/legal imperatives to tragedies other than genocide encourage international action? Could what happened in Bosnia have occurred without religion?