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Anne-Marie Slaughter on the Caucasus crises and the future of international law

Submitted by on 31/08/2008 – 8:54 amNo Comment

Since last week’s post on Russia’s recognition of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, and our previous coverage of the issue (here, here and here), seemed to have caught the interest of our readers, this week’s “Clip of the Week” will in part try to follow up the reporting. This week’s “Clip of the Week” is an interview conducted by the Foreign Policy Digest with Professor Anne-Marie Slaughter, Dean of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. Topics touched upon are the Caucasus crises, the future of international law/affairs and the role the US should play in these upcoming developments. The interview is split into two parts, only the first part is included in the “Clip of the Week” section (links to both parts: first part, second part).  

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