Hanne Sophie Greve
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She graduated as cand.jur. in (1976) and later (1988) dr. juris at the University of Bergen. She is a former judge at the International Court of Justice in The Hague and the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
Greve is currently (as of 2007[update]) writing a book on an alleged red herring manoeuver originating with Winston Churchill, concerning an allied invasion in 1942 during World War II. Greve is of the opinion that this invasion never was anything other than a distraction, a distraction that cost the lives of several hundred Norwegians, among which the inhabitants of a fiskevær in the Vestlandet region of the country. No date has yet been given for the publication of the book.
On April 30, 2007 Greve stated that Norway has come to be perceived as a haven for international war criminals just like the South American countries after World War II. This statement was given in a TV documentary on Norway's TV 2
- Kampuchean refugees 'between the tiger and the crocodile' : international law and the overall scope of one refugee situation (1988)
- Land tenure and property rights in Cambodia (1993)
- Frihet fra lenker: arbeid for menneskets rettigheter: professor Thorolf Raftos stiftelse 1986-1996 ISBN 82-7674-149-5
|Recipient of the Fritt Ord Award