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CUNY Law in the Media
Who's missing from Syria's peace talks?, openDemocracy. Prof. Lisa Davis ('08)
As Court Shields Drone War, Will Obama's 'Kill List' Ever See Daylight?, AlterNet. Prof. Douglas Cox and Prof. Ramzi Kassem
Rights Groups Seek Inquiry of Revoked Passports at U.S. Embassy in Yemen, NYTimes. Prof. Ramzi Kassem, CLEAR
Groups seek probe of U.S. passport confiscations in Yemen, Politico. Prof. Ramzi Kassem, CLEAR
Admissions Info Sessions
The Sorensen Center for International Peace and Justice marked its official opening on October 27, 2014, with a keynote speech by Kofi Annan, former Secretary-General of the United Nations.