JESSICA STERN AND J.M. BERGER, ISIS: The State of Terror 2015
John C. Dehn, Transnational Self-Defense: Human Rights-Based Transnational Counterterrorism Norms (abstract)
Karen Greenberg, Center on National Security at Fordham Law. Case by Case: ISIS Prosecutions in the United States, 2016
“The Islamic Response to the Government’s Nine Accusations”, Joint statement of the 9/11 military commissions accused, 2009.
In re Terrorist Attacks on September 1, 2001, No. 03-MDL-1570, slip op. (S.D.N.Y. Sept. 29, 2015) (Opinion Granting The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and The Saudi High Commission for Relief of Bosnia and Herzegovina Motion to Dismiss)
Justice against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, Pub. L. No. 114-222 (2016) 2040, 105th Cong.
Klinghoffer v. PLO, 937 F.2d 44, 19 Fed. R. Serv. 3d (Callaghan) 1277, 1991 AMC 2751, 1991 U.S. App. Decision.
SESSION 3: FOLLOWING THE MONEY: IDENTIFYING AND COMBATING THREAT FINANCING
The Center for Analysis of Terrorism, ISIS Financing, 2015.
SESSION 4: PROSECUTING TERRORISTS: LESSONS LEARNED FROM MILITARY COMMISSIONS, ARTICLE III COURTS, INTERNATIONAL COURTS, AND AD HOC TRIBUNALS
Adam Thurschwell, What is a Terrorism Trial? (abstract)
John G. Baker, Defending the Rule of Law: The Military Commissions Defense Organization, THE CHAMPION, Sept-Oct. 2015
Sandra L. Hodgkinson, Are Ad-hoc Tribunals an Effective Tool for prosecuting International Terrorism Cases? 24 Emory Int’l L. Rev. 515 (2010)
Guenael Mettraux, International Crimes And The Ad Hoc Tribunals 3-4 (2005) (Chapter 1: The Creation and Jurisdiction of the ad hoc Tribunals
Timothy Waters, Yezidis v. ISIS at the ICC: Why the fight for Genocide Charges is an Uphill Battle, FOREIGN AFFAIRS, Mar. 29, 2016
Shayna Rogers, Sexual Violence or Rape as a Constituent Act of Genocide: Lessons from the Ad Hoc Tribunals and a Prescription for the International Criminal Court, 48 Geo. Wash. Int’l L. Rev. 265 (2016).
United Nation’s Human Rights Council, “They Came to Destroy’: ISIS Crimes Against the Yazidis.” U.N. Doc. A/HRC/32/CRP.2 (June 15, 2016)
Rape and Sexual Violence, Chapter 16, The Geneva Conventions in Context: A Commentary, with Indira Rosenthal, eds. Prof. Clapham, Prof. Geata and Prof. Sassoli, Oxford University Press (2015)
Kevin Govern, Rape As An Act Of Terrorism: Overcoming Impunity With Legal Prescription and International Prosecution. (Abstract)
Matt Apuzzo, Sheri Fink & James Risen, How US Torture Left a Legacy of Damaged Minds, N.Y. TImes, Oct. 9, 2016
Douglas A. Johnson, Alberto Mora & Averell Schmidt, The Strategic Costs of Torture: How Enhanced Interrogation Hurt America, Foreign Affairs, September/October 2016 at 121.
Christopher Fuller, Killing to Save Life: Human Rights Law and the Protection of the Right to Life (article)
ROBERT H. WAGSTAFF, TERROR DETENTIONS AND THE RULE OF LAW: US AND UK PERSPECTIVES 114-146 (2014) (Chapter 5: The Rule of Law)