I am a political theorist and legal historian (specializing in the 20th century history of international criminal law). I teach classes on peace, conflict resolution, genocide prevention and human rights at George Mason University.

I am also a genocide prevention practitioner, and have worked around the world for over a decade. I direct the The Raphaël Lemkin Genocide Prevention Program at The School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution.

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