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Patrick Hagopian, “American Immunity: War Crime and the Limits of International Law” (U of Massachus

Patrick Hagopian, “American Immunity: War Crime and the Limits of International Law” (U of Massachus

After World War II, the newly formed United Nations and what might be called a global community of nations that included the United States, worked to create a more extensive code of international law. The urge stemmed from the events…

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