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Monday, 20 May 2013
A Graphic View of International Justice
For a fabulous, original approach to international justice,
have a look at the recent report prepared by Daniel McLaughlin for the Leitner
Center for International Law and Justice at Fordham Law School. Using very
sophisticated graphics, this publication aims to engage a wider audience with
issues of international justice by presenting well-researched information about
the tribunals and their underlying conflicts through a novel partnership with
graphic and information designers. Below
is an example that presents the costs of the tribunals.