Newest Issue - May 2007


Rough Justice

For prosecutor Anne M. Tompkins, it was a dream assignment. The assistant U.S. attorney had prosecuted Medicare cheats and drug dealers--important cases in Charlotte, N.C., but hardly the stuff of international news.

Then in 2004, she volunteered to become one of the dozens of American lawyers and other experts who would help Iraqi officials build the case against former dictator Saddam Hussein.

The charge against Saddam would be crimes against humanity. But which crimes?


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President's Message

Obiter Dicta


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