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The Special Tribunal for Lebanon: Where could Justice go wrong?


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Speaker(s): Dr Omar Nashabe
Chair: Professor Christine Chinkin

Recorded on 27 January 2010 in New Theatre, East Building.

The lecture places the crime - the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafic Hariri - in its socio-political context, considers the process of the establishment of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon in 2007, focuses on the structural properties of the tribunal, and closes by posing the central unanswered questions facing the same.

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