Provides legal support and assistance in prosecuting individuals responsible for serious crimes and atrocities committed in the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. From the Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, American University.
An award-winning educational and development charity founded in 1991, IWPR informs the international debate on conflict and supports the independent media in regions in transition. Long-time publisher of WarReport, IWPR produces several electronic reporting and monitoring services, all available via the Web or e-mail, in up to five languages.
This section of CSCE (Helsinki Commission) is a part of the executive and legislative branches of the U.S. Government and monitors human rights in Europe. Hearings, resolutions in the US.
Canadian Broadcast Company's site for war crimes in Yugoslavia, Bosnia, and Rwanda.
Dedicated to raising awareness of the laws of war and war crimes among the media, policy makers, human rights and humanitarian aid workers, and the general public.
Article in the Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law on relevant provisions, sentencing, circumstances, and objectives.
From the Emory International Law Review 9.2, Fall 1995. Attempts to apply modern standards to Sherman's Atlanta Campaign in the U.S Civil War.
An Amnesty International resource on improving laws and resources to combat war crimes.
Belgian based association to study military law and promote the law of armed conflict that respects human rights. In French and English.
A Houston Chronicle special report on the failure to bring to justice the perpetrators of several war crimes is Rwanda, South Africa, El Salvador, and Guatemala.