Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law
rogue states, security threat, terrorism, United Nations (UN)
Talking Foreign Policy is a one-hour radio program, hosted by the Dean of Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Michael Scharf, in which experts discuss important foreign policy issues.The purpose of the radio show is to cover some of the most salient foreign policy topics and discuss them in a way that can make it easier for listeners to grasp.
Talking Foreign Policy is recorded in the WCPN 90.3 Ideastream studio, Cleveland's NPR affiliate. Michael Scharf is joined each session with a few expert colleagues known for their ability to discuss complex topics in an easy-to-digest manner:
- The ambassador: Todd F. Buchwald, former Ambassador for Global Criminal Justice and Assistant Legal Adviser for U.N. Affairs, and current fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
- The prosecutor: James Johnson, former Chief of Prosecutions of the Special Court of Sierra Leone and current the Director of the War Crimes Research Office at Case Western Reserve University
- The international law guru: Milena Sterio, Associate Dean at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
- The negotiator: Paul R. Williams, president of the Public International Law and Policy Group
Sterio, Milena; Buchwald, Todd F.; Johnson, James; Scharf, Michael P.; and Williams, Paul R., "Talking Foreign Policy: Responding to Rogue States" (2019). Law Faculty Articles and Essays. 1063.