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Thursday, January 05, 2006

My Top Five International Law Movies of 2005

Hi everyone. This is my first time posting on an academic blog, so I hope you’ll be patient with me as I scale the learning curve. I plan to eventually post in a more straightforward fashion on criminal, international, and Islamic law, but I’ve decided to start off with . . .

My Top Five International Law Movies of 2005:

1. Munich

2. Syriana

3. The Constant Gardener

4. Kingdom of Heaven

5. Stealth (no, really)

I’ll post about each film in turn as it touches on and illuminates issues ranging from torture and revenge to corruption and humanitarian aid to the concept of jihad and Iranian constitutional culture. Hope you all enjoy.

Posted by Adil Haque on January 5, 2006 at 08:06 PM in Film | Permalink

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