► Leila Nadya Sadat spoke on the project for an International Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Crimes Against Humanity, which she spearheaded;
► Beth Van Schaack provided a tour d'horizon of developments at international criminal courts and tribunals, and
►yours truly, Diane Marie Amann, delivered "International Prosecutors and International Politics," the inaugural Katherine B. Fite Lecture, named after a State Department lawyer who helped establish the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg.
Our report on the 5th Annual Dialogs begins with today's publication of the Fifth Chautauqua Declaration, drafted and signed by prosecutors from the world's many international criminal tribunals. The document -- itself a snapshot of these courts' past accomplishments and future challenges -- appears below.