Ethics & International Affairs Volume 20.4 (Winter 2006): Symposium: The Trial of Saddam Hussein: And Now from the Green Zone . . . Reflections on the Iraq Tribunal's Dujail Trial [Full Text]

Sep 7, 2006

The Iraq tribunal is an odd creature. It is an Iraqi-led mechanism designed and supported by foreigners. It is based on international law but relies heavily on Iraqi legal tradition and procedures. And it is a postconflict initiative in the midst of escalating war.

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