Power, Samantha
December 2003
New Republic;12/29/2003-1/12/2004, Vol. 229 Issue 26-28, p18
Focuses on the question of how to try former Iraq leader Saddam Hussein. History of political crimes; His capture by United States forces; Suggestion that the trial must be held in Iraq; Establishment of a national tribunal in Iraq; Faults of the United Nations' courts; Temptation to conduct the trial as quickly as possible; Decisions to be made by Iraqis about who should stand trial; Suggestion that a cap should be set on the number of suspects to be prosecuted.


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