Norfolk Island will be colonized by Australia in July. Renowned lawyer Geoffrey Robertson explains why he is representing the island's 1700 people who are desperate to remain free.
Geoffrey Robertson is a former U.N. appeals judge and author of Crimes Against Humanity: The Struggle for Global Justice (Penguin, and the New Press). His latest book is Mullahs without Mercy: Human Right and Nuclear Weapons (Biteback/ Random House, 2012).
Geoffrey Robertson and Amal Clooney helped Greece fight for the return of the Elgin Marbles. Britain refuses to listen, but has shocked the art world by secretly loaning one of the antiquities to Russia.
The U.S., France, and others must answer these legal quagmires before committing to strikes.
Hong Kong may not have been the best place for Edward Snowden to hide, but Europe could be his best choice, argues Geoffrey Robertson.
The next pope bears the responsibility of preventing sexual abuse in the church. Geoffrey Robertson on the one reform needed to protect vulnerable children.
The government’s underhanded sacking of a chief justice is set to go unpunished—unless the international community acts to send a message, says Geoffrey Robertson.
Joseph Ratzinger—a.k.a. Pope Benedict XVI—should have retired when the church’s sex-abuse scandal erupted—but he continued to protect predator priests, writes Geoffrey Robertson.
A proposal out of Mexico could save us all: make the bomb a crime against humanity. By Geoffrey Robertson.
As Ukraine heads to the polls, Julia Tymoshenko languishes in prison at the mercy of her political enemies. Geoffrey Robertson describes the ongoing injustice.
Diego Garcia, an island in the Indian Ocean, must fend off claims by the U.K. and U.S., writes Geoffrey Robertson.