2002

Sarah Sewall, Lecturer in Public Policy and Director of Mass Atrocity Response Operations and National Security & Human Rights Programs,
Minimizing Civilian Casualties in Iraq,” The Boston Globe, November 18, 2002.

Sarah Sewall, Lecturer in Public Policy and Director of Mass Atrocity Response Operations and National Security & Human Rights Programs,
Fear as Inspiration,” Groton School Quarterly LXIV: 3, September 1, 2002.

Sarah Sewall, Lecturer in Public Policy and Director of Mass Atrocity Response Operations and National Security & Human Rights Programs,
Supporting the International Criminal Court,” Working Papers, September 1, 2002.

Rory Stewart, Ryan Family Professor of the Practice of Human Rights and Carr Center Faculty Director,
The Looting of Turquoise Mountain,” The New York Times Magazine, August 25, 2002.

Jonathan Sheff, ,
The Right to Food and the World Food Summit: Five Years Later,” Research Papers/Reports, August 1, 2002.

Samantha Power, Anna Lindh Professor of Practice of Global Leadership and Public Policy,
The ICC Can Serve the U.S.,” The Wall Street Journal, July 11, 2002.

Rory Stewart, Ryan Family Professor of the Practice of Human Rights and Carr Center Faculty Director,
Diary,” London Review of Books, July 11, 2002.

Sarah Sewall, Lecturer in Public Policy and Director of Mass Atrocity Response Operations and National Security & Human Rights Programs,
Confronting the Warlord Culture,” The Boston Globe, June 6, 2002.

Sarah Sewall, Lecturer in Public Policy and Director of Mass Atrocity Response Operations and National Security & Human Rights Programs,
Error by Bush on World Court,” Boston Globe, May 10, 2002.

Samantha Power, Anna Lindh Professor of Practice of Global Leadership and Public Policy,
Raising the Cost of Genocide,” Dissent, April 1, 2002.

Samantha Power, Anna Lindh Professor of Practice of Global Leadership and Public Policy,
Genocide and America,” The New York Review of Books, March 14, 2002.

Kelly Askin, 2001-02 Carr Center Fellow,
The Milosevic Trial - Part I,” Crimes of War Project, March 13, 2002.

Timothy Patrick McCarthy, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy and Director, Sexuality, Gender & Human Rights Program,
Fair Harvard,” The Harvard Crimson, January 31, 2002.
Michael Ignatieff, "Mission Impossible?" A Bed for the Night: Humanitarianism in Crisis, David Rieff (Simon and Schuster, 2002) The New York Review of Books, 19 December 2002. 

Sarah B. Sewall, "Minimizing Civilian Casualties in Iraq", The Boston Globe, 18  November, 2002.

Michael Ignatieff, "When a Bridge Is Not a Bridge," New York Times Magazine, 27 October 2002.

Samantha Power, "First Do No Harm," Los Angeles Times Book Review, 6 October 2002.

Michael Ignatieff, "The Divided West," The Financial Times, 31 August 2002.

Amir Attaran and Jim Boothroyd, "Penny-pinching the Plague," The Globe and Mail, 30 July 2002.

Michael Ignatieff, "Nation Building Lite," (cover story) The New York Times Magazine, 28 July 2002.

Mathias Risse, "What Equality of Opportunity Could Not Be," Ethics, July 2002.

Michael Ignatieff, "The Rights Stuff," New York Times of Books, 13 June 2002.

Sarah B. Sewall, "Confronting the Warlord Culture," The Boston Globe, 6 June 2002.

Michael Ignatieff, "No Exceptions?," Legal Affairs, May/June 2002.

Sarah B. Sewall and Carl Kaysen, "Error by Bush on World Court," The Boston Globe, 13 May 2002.

Antonia Chayes, "Intervene When Mediation Fails," Washington Post, 28 April 2002.

Samantha Power, "Bystanders to Mass Murder," The Washington Post, 21 April 2002.

Michael Ignatieff, "Why Bush Must Send in His Troops," The Guardian, 19 April 2002.

Michael Ignatieff, "Barbarians at the Gates?," The New York Times Book Review, 18 February 2002.

Samantha Power, "Witness to Horrors," Washington Post Book World, 10 February 2002.

Michael Ignatieff, "Is the Human Rights Era Ending?," New York Times, 5 February 2002.

Anne-Marie Slaughter, "Tougher than Terror," American Prospect, 28 January 2002.

Michael Ignatieff, "Intervention and State Failure," Dissent, Winter 2002.

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