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Taylor's Conviction 'Pushes International Law Further'

Former Liberian President Charles Taylor's guilty verdict Thursday was the first time an international court has convicted a head of state since the Nuremberg trials. Jeffrey Brown and Eric Stover of the University of California, Berkeley discuss the conviction and the potential legal implications for other cases.
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