|Notes/Description||For Americans, justice has always been a powerful and constant power. It makes up a third of our national government-- never to be the oppressed nor the oppressor. But, when justice crosses national borders, whose book of law are we following? In this hour of You Are Here you’ll hear from four reporters discussing what global justice looks like, whether or not it is attainable, and where it’s headed. We will examine the last ten years of the International Criminal Court, the seemingly unfair role the United States and the United Nations play when it comes to dubbing right from wrong, and war criminals evading justice by seeking asylum and impunity in allied countries. We explore justice within Mexico’s drug wars amid corruption in the high powers and court system.|
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