07/31/10: Jurist reports that the Supreme Court of Croatia on Friday upheld the conviction of former Parliament member Branimir Glavas, but reduced his sentence by two years. Glavas was convicted and sentenced to 10 years in prison in 2009 for ordering the torture and death of Croatian Serbs in the town of Osijek in 1991 during the Serbo-Croatian War.
07/30/10: National Security Advisors blog has published a list of forthcoming scholarship relating to national security law, including "Post-Human Humanitarian Law: The Law of War in the Age of Robotic Warfare" , and "Burdens of Proof and Evidentiary Standards in U.N. Weapons Inspections".
07/25/10: Jurist reports that A Honduran judge on Friday dropped two abuse of power charges against ousted leader Manuel Zelaya. Judge Humberto Palacios dismissed the charges because of the amnesty granted to those involved in Zelaya's removal by the Honduran congress in January. Zelaya still faces other charges including fraud, usurping other institutions' authority and falsifying documents.