Sarah Kanbar

Sarah Kanbar earned her J.D. in 2016 from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, with a concentration in international legal studies. While at law school, Sarah interned at the California Office of Legislative Counsel and the Federal Public Defender’s Office. She received her B.A. in history from the University of California, Berkeley, focusing on the relationship between the United States and the Middle East. Sarah previously published “Rooted in Our Homeland: The Construction of Syrian American Identity” in American Multicultural Studies (Sage, 2012) and articles in Muftah and Kalimat Magazine.


Commentary Politics

The ICC and Palestine: A Case of Doubtful Justice

ICC Palestine

The International Criminal Court (ICC) may fail to arbitrate atrocities in Palestine justly, judging by its first report since it began its examination of potential crimes against humanity and war crimes. Guest Author Sarah Kanbar examines this recent ICC report to explain why, and urges civil society to continue its close monitoring of the ICC’s work.

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