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International Law

Tuesday 18 April 2006 9:00-9:30 (Radio 4 FM)

Repeated: Tuesday 18 April 2006 21:30-22:00 (Radio 4 FM)


Clive Anderson presents the series looking at legal issues.

Since the Second World War, Britain and the US have been at the forefront of developing international law, governing such disparate areas as war, trade, the environment and human rights.

But how much have these global agreements been damaged by events such as Guantanamo Bay and the Iraq War? Leading international lawyer Philippe Sands and former US State Department legal adviser William H Taft are among the guests debating the future of international law.

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