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A sampling of topics: The British Foreign Office versus the United Nations War Crimes Commission during the Second World War, US policy towards the International Criminal Court, genocide under international law, prosecuting aggression, lessons from Rwanda, and prevention of future atrocities.
ARENA was founded in 1982 by the late Roberto D'Aubuisson, who was identified by a United Nations war crimes commission as responsible for thousands of death squad murders during the civil war and as the "intellectual author" of the assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero in 1980.
37) The United Nations War Crimes Commission later observed that "[b]y inclusion of this specific charge the Prosecution attempted to introduce and to establish a new type of international crime.