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IG Farben and Nazi Germany: Holding Enterprises Accountable for Human Rights Violations Committed by States
By KAILA C. RANDOLPH – When enterprises knowingly assist states in committing human rights abuses, enterprises should be held criminally responsible under the aiding and abetting principle.
By GABRIEL HELOU, LL.M. – The Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad was confident that the wave of change which hit the Arab World – since the outset of this year – would not reach Syria, to the point of labeling his country as “immune” from any calls for freedom and democracy.
Contrary to Al-Assad’s expectations, since mid-March, thousands of peaceful demonstrators took to the streets in different areas of the country – in Daraa, Banias, Nawa, and elsewhere – demanding democracy and human rights