December 29, 2014
by Colleen Mallick
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) formally ended its war in Afghanistan on Sunday after 13 years of conflict. The quiet ceremony in Kabul was arranged in secret due to increasing Taliban strikes in the area, including suicide bombings and gun violence. On January 1 the US-led ...[read more]
December 28, 2014
by Bradley McAllister
The citizens of the Republic of Croatia voted in the nation's presidential election on Sunday. The first-round of voting ended in a runoff between the incumbent, Croatian President Ivo Josipovic, and Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, an ex-ambassador and most recently NATO's Assistant Secretary General ...[read more]
August 11, 2014
by Kimberly Bennett
The US military systematically covered up or disregarded "abundant and compelling evidence" of war crimes in Afghanistan, Amnesty International (AI) reported Monday. The report, entitled "Afghanistan: Left in the dark: Failures of accountability for civilian casualties caused by international ...[read more]
July 21, 2014
by JURIST Staff
On July 21, 1949, the North Atlantic Treaty was ratified by the US Senate. Learn more about the history of NATO. ... ...[read more]
April 19, 2014
by Stephanie Kogut
JURIST Guest Columnist William Partlett of Columbia University School of Law discusses the current state of the controversy in Ukraine ... Constitution-making has rapidly moved to the forefront of the East-West standoff in the Ukraine. Prime Minister Arsenii Yatsenyuk recently announced an ...[read more]
April 4, 2014
by Stephen Adelgren
The Associated Press has discovered plans by the European Union to instate a war crimes tribunal to deal specifically with allegations focusing on offenses committed by Kosovo's ethnic Albanian rebels during the 1998 war with Serbia. During the war, the Albanian rebels were supported by NATO and ...[read more]
January 14, 2014
by Nicholas Tomsho
Two former Serbian senior secret service officials were arrested Tuesday under suspicion that they planned the 1999 killing of anti-government journalist Slavko Curuvija. Police claim that former spy agency head Milan Radonjic and operations chief Ratko Romic were involved in the shooting death of ...[read more]
October 5, 2013
by Julie Deisher-Edwards
Provincial police in eastern Afghanistan reported that at least five civilians were killed Friday night in a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) airstrike near Jalalabad. NATO spokesman Lt. Col. William Griffin confirmed that Afghan and Coalition forces carried out a precision strike in ...[read more]
July 20, 2013
by Andrew Morgan
The US military was in strategic command of the international effort in Libya at first, with the launch of Operation Odyssey Dawn on March 19, 2011. Operation Odyssey Dawn officially ended on March 31, with the US handing over control of the effort to NATO. According to opponents of US involvement ...[read more]
March 19, 2013
by Blake Lynch
Ahmed Qaddaf al-Dam, cousin of Muammar Gaddafi, was arrested at his home Tuesday in central Cairo by Libyan forces. The arrest of Qaddaf al-Dam coincides with the second anniversary of the air campaign commenced in Libya by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) that assisted rebels in ...[read more]

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