Betcy Jose

Jose is an Associate Prof at CU Denver who studied global norms, international humanitarian law, and civilians in war.
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Jose is an Associate Prof at CU Denver who studied global norms, international humanitarian law, and civilians in war.

Betcy Jose

Jose is an Associate Prof at CU Denver who studied global norms, international humanitarian law, and civilians in war.
+ posts

Jose is an Associate Prof at CU Denver who studied global norms, international humanitarian law, and civilians in war.

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Betcy Jose

Why no Cuban Spring?

I am currently at the Social Science Research Center in Berlin to present a paper on norm suppression. While here, I had the opportunity to learn more about some of the work being done by the Civil Society, Conflicts, and Democracy research unit. Listening to these...

Selectivity in the ICTR

Last Tuesday, Rwanda’s high court sentenced Victoire Ingabire to eight years in prison for conspiring to harm the country through war and terror and minimizing the 1995 genocide. Some of the evidence used against her include questioning why no Hutu victims were...

International Law and Armed Conflict (Syria version)

The International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC) recently determined that the situation in the entire country of Syria can be classified as a non-international armed conflict.  While this may not have been news to many watching events unfold there, what makes this...