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Toxic Urban Land
, 10 June 2019
About: Scott Frickel & James R. Elliott, Sites Unseen: Uncovering...
Advocating for Climate Equity
, 1 April 2019
About: Michel Bourban, Penser la justice climatique, Puf
Is the Majority Always Right?
, 4 March 2019
About: Didier Mineur, Le Pouvoir de la majorité. Fondements et limites,...
Facing the Question
, 24 May 2018
Despite what some people now imagine, the Middle Ages was no more inclined...
The Intelligence of the Wicked
, 12 April 2018
Is it rational to act justly? Contemporary moral philosophy would appear to...
The Partisan Justice
, 25 May 2017
From a “minor event”, the execution of two traitors from the Aosta Valley in...
The Art of Not Punishing
, 11 January 2016
In a recent book, Harvard Professor of Law Intisar Rabb focuses on what she...
Ronald Dworkin: Law as Novel Writing
, 5 February 2015
Ronald Dworkin’s innovative and politically ambitious work has become...
The Creation of Defence in China
, 17 December 2012
Revisiting the Trial of the Gang of Four
Human Rights and Politics
, 24 October 2012
Judges on Trial
, 3 September 2012
The Occupied Territories are largely absent from the Israeli public sphere....
The Politics of Justice
, 27 June 2012
The Aftermath of the Financial Collapse in Iceland
Pluralism, Values, and the European Judge
, 21 February 2012
Far from being natural, the compatibility between the legal orders of the...
International Criminal Justice: The Contribution of the Human Sciences
, 18 February 2011
The evolution of international criminal justice since the 1990s has spurred...
Absolutism and Its Judges
, 10 January 2011
Jacques Krynen shows, in an excellent overview, that judicial power was not...
, 23 September 2010
For Amartya Sen, a consensus around rejecting injustice is preferable to a...
What justice after war?
, 14 January 2010
Elements for a theory of transitional justice
When the lottery is fairer than rational choice
, 26 November 2008
An interview with Jon Elster
Do Criminal Judges Discriminate?
, 24 July 2008
Because of the absence of statistics known as “ethnic” in France, social...
Global justice, local courts
, 20 June 2008
Rethinking the International Crime Court - Interview with Michael Th. Johnson
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