Mikhail Lebedev

Lebedev Mikhail

Doctor of political science and doctor of law of Paris I-Panthéon-Sorbonne University

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Henry Kissinger and the risk of "judicial tyranny"

n°45 Fourth Quarter 2012

The principle of universal jurisdiction — which starts from the idea that certain States may adjudicate in the name of humanity especially serious crimes, irrespective of the nationality of those who have committed them, of their victims and of the place in which they were perpetrated

When Russia came in from the cold

n°37 July-September 2010

“History keeps her secrets longer than most of us. But she has one secret that I will reveal to you tonight in the greatest confidence. Sometimes there are no winners at all. And sometimes nobody needs to lose.” John le Carré Pierre Drieu la Rochelle noted in his journal entry for 1 March 1943, following the catastrophe of the Battle of Stalingrad: “Hitler should have made sure of Africa before attacking Russia.”

Henry Kissinger and the risk of "judicial tyranny"

n°33 January-March 2009

The principle of universal jurisdiction — which starts from the idea that certain States may adjudicate in the name of humanity especially serious crimes, irrespective of the nationality of those who have committed them, of their victims and of the place in which they were perpetrated