Critical Global Conversations: The Global Order and War on Terror — Exploring Options, with Luis Moreno Ocampo
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The US war on terror has global implications: mass surveillance affects the privacy of citizens around the world, aliens living in foreign countries are subjected to discretionary arrests or executions fueling the propaganda of terrorist organizations, and the rise of populism and right wing ideologies has resulted in the largest refugee crisis since WWII with massive immigration to Europe, Turkey and Arab countries.
Luis Moreno Ocampo is the founding Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court
(2003-2012) and Senior Fellow at Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at Harvard Kennedy School.
Lecture will be followed by a conversation with Professor Beth Simmons (Andrea Mitchell University Professor in Law, Political Science and Business Ethics) & Professor William Burke-White (Richard Perry Professor and Director, Perry World House).
Reception will follow.