Sunday, January 15, 2017

Editor's Note

As readers of Global Military Justice Reform will have observed, Pakistan has cast a long shadow over this blog for over two years. The blog is not picking on that country, but rather attempting to provide readers with close coverage of an important story with implications for other countries that may be tempted, under the pressure of terrorism and other factors, to resort to military courts in preference to civilian courts, even for the trial of civilians, contrary to human rights norms. No more urgent issue exists in the field of military justice reform, so we will maintain course and speed.

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