Lisa Hajjar is the Chair of the Law and Society Program at University of California, Santa Barbara. Her research interests include human rights, international law, race, gender, sexuality, nationalism and ethnicity, peace and conflict, and contemporary Middle East including US policy in the region.


Getting it Wrong in Guantanamo

The government’s case was based largely on Omar Khadr’s own self-incriminating statements, even though he made them after being tortured.

    human rights, International Criminal Court, Middle East

    Getting it Wrong in Guantanamo | November 23, 2010