Rachel M. Sarfati is a master’s student in international studies at the École supérieure d’études internationales of Université Laval. She is currently writing her essay under the supervision of Fannie Lafontaine. She previously obtained a law degree from the Faculty of Law and Political Science in Montpellier, France. Her academic interests are currently focused on international justice, in particular on the criminal repression of the most serious international crimes (genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes). She has worked for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and for the Lexsitus website, at the request of the International Academy of Nuremberg Principles and the Case Matrix Network. She has also worked for the Clinique de droit international pénal et humanitaire (CDIPH) of Laval University. She is also interested in the interaction between human rights and realpolitik and foreign intervention in conflicts.
- Repression of International Crimes (International Criminal Law)
- Foreign Military Interventions
- Observance of International Humanitarian Law
- Rachel Sarfati, « La Constitution pacifiste du Japon va-t-elle être modifiée?, » Regard Géopolitique 6:4 (2021).
- Elora Bec, Roman Leduc, Emilie Noël & Rachel Sarfati, « La gouvernance de la COVID-19 dans les pays asiatiques : leçons à tirer, » Cahiers Spéciaux, 3 (2021).