Table of Contents
Is there a role for law in armed conflict? The two seem utterly incompatible, and yet law does play a role: before, during and after the conflict has ended.
A History of War Crimes
Society has been contemplating the moral and philosophical questions of law from the ancient Greeks to the Geneva Conventions.
Post-Conflict Elections: An analysis of the problems in emerging and recovering nations
One of the most valuable roles that developed nations can play is to help struggling post-conflict nations hold free and fair elections.
One Boy Left Behind: The ethical challenges of liberating child soldiers in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Helping to free a child soldier is a life-altering event for both the child and the liberators.
Omar Khadr: It takes a village to raise a child but the village let him down
The case of Omar Khadr is a tangled and tortuous one that has resulted from numerous failings.
Constitutionally Protected Minority Official Language Rights in Canada
The rules around our constitutionally protected minority language rights are complicated and steeped in history.
Conflict: What’s Language Got to Do with It?
The language we choose to use can encourage or inhibit conflict. Why not choose language that inhibits conflict?
Access to Justice, Public Interest and Language Rights
An Alberta case is setting precedents for language rights, the costs of litigation, and the public interest.
Killing bin Laden necessary, jubilation is not
Another Ancient Defence Receives Scrutiny
A Famous Case Revisited
Eugenics and Leilani Muir
What you don’t know Can Hurt You
Budget Features Challenging Charity Rules Changes
First Nations Water
Minimum or Reasonable Notice of Termination
“Big C” Conflict