Scholars, campaigners and lawyers can for the first time readily access more than 2,200 documents from a largely unknown archive housed at the United Nations that documents thousands of cases against accused World War II criminals in Europe and Asia. The unrestricted records of the United Nations War Crimes Commission (UNWCC) were put online in [...]
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In a recent article in The Guardian, Richard Dicker discusses the stark contrast between the Nuremberg trial and Guantánamo’s Camp Justice, in light of the politics of the US Government in terms of fair trial rights. The US government’s willingness to offer a fair trial, as it was the case at Nuremberg, is not reiterated [...]