Talking Foreign Policy

The topic of this broadcast will be "Art and International Discord."  We will look at international disputes about ownership of cultural objects (such as the famed Elgin Marbles) and works of art (such as Van Gaugh's "Night Cafee"), and the struggle to bring people to justice for destroying ancient cultural sites in Afghanistan, Timbuktu, Iraq, and Syria.  

Hosted by Michael P. Scharf Dean of Case Western Reserve University School of Law

In addition, we will have in studio:

Dr. Mark Ellis, the executive Director of the International Bar Association, based in London. 

Prof. Bill Schabas, former member of several International Truth Commissions and investigative bodies, currently a professor at Leiden University in The Hague and Middlesex University in London.  

Prof. Milena Sterio, Associate Dean of Cleveland Marshall School of Law. 

Dr. Shannon French, the Director of CWRU's Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence. 

and Dr. Paul Williams, President of Public International Law and Policy Group

Guests: 

Hosted by Michael P. Scharf Dean of Case Western Reserve University School of Law

In addition, we will have in studio:

Dr. Mark Ellis, the executive Director of the International Bar Association, based in London. 

Prof. Bill Schabas, former member of several International Truth Commissions and investigative bodies, currently a professor at Leiden University in The Hague and Middlesex University in London.  

Prof. Milena Sterio, Associate Dean of Cleveland Marshall School of Law. 

Dr. Shannon French, the Director of CWRU's Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence. 

and Dr. Paul Williams, President of Public International Law and Policy Group

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