Our Energy Policy International Club (EPIC), working with CGA’s Sustainable Development Group and the Stern Energy & Infrastructure Club, organized an event showcasing the work of four of our recent graduates now working in the sustainability arena.
Lost — temporally — in the Cohen testimony and the predictable collapse of the nuclear talks with North Korea, is the lesson we need to learn from the fabricated Mexican border ‘crisis’ and fake national emergency. It is this: President Trump is prepared to inflict lasting damage on the country to save his presidency.
On March 1, 2019, approximately thirty representatives of U.N. Member States, civil society, academia, and the legal community met to discuss an initiative proposed by Professor Jennifer Trahan of NYU’s Center for Global Affairs. Professor Trahan has identified a number of “hard law” considerations relevant to use of the “veto” in situations of core international crimes – genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity.
The country truly lives up to its nickname, ‘land of 1,000 hills’. Surely traveling the country is enough to develop a deep appreciation for the natural wonders of Rwanda, but on this trip I was able to leave with something much more valuable; an understanding of the current social climate in Rwanda, 25 years post genocide.
On October 22, Professor Jennifer Trahan gave a speech at the UN in the Trusteeship Council as part of the Program of the 29th Informal Meeting of Legal Advisers on a panel entitled “Preventing and Punishing Atrocity Crimes – Reflections
On July 3 and 4, Professor Jennifer Trahan delivered two speeches at the symposium entitled “Legislating Peace: from the Outlawry of War to the Crime of Aggression.” Prof. Trahan presented “From Nuremberg to Kampala to New York: The crime of aggression” on July 3 at