Kojo sits down with Gary Cohen, recipient of the 2015 MacArthur "genius" grant, to find out more about his work promoting environmentally sustainable practices in hospitals and healthcare settings worldwide.
Saddam Hussein’s courtroom theatrics and diatribes seem to have thrown his war crimes trial temporarily off track. But disruptive behavior has been used as a defense tactic in several recent war-crimes tribunals. Kojo and his guests discuss courtroom misbehavior, its effectiveness and how it impacts the victims the courts are created to protect.
- Larry Kaplow Baghdad correspondent for Cox Newspapers
- Susana SaCouto Director of the War Crimes Research Office (WCRO) at American University Washington College of Law
- Raymond Brown Visiting Professor and Research Scholar at Seton Hall University Law School
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