John Peters Humphrey
Originally published 11/18/2013
U.S. soldiers accused of crimes in Afghanistan are tried in U.S. courts. That's been a problem before during the occupation of the Dominican Republic.
Originally published 09/17/2017
The human wrongs many experienced during the twentieth century—individually and collectively—spawned today’s human rights movement.
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