International Criminal Court
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African Migrants Bought and Sold Openly in 'Slave Markets' in Libya
Hundreds of migrants along North African migration routes are being bought and sold openly in modern day 'slave markets' in Libya, survivors have told the United Nations migration agency, which warned...
Fighting impunity, but only in some cases: Is the International Criminal Court too Politicized?
Benvenuto, Francesca M.
So far all the 20 prosecutions in the 11 years of the ICC’s existence have been brought over African conflicts. The US, China, Russia and Israel haven’t even signed up to the court, and actively seek ...
The ICC is now an instrument of imperialism
The Rome Statute is the treaty that established the International Criminal Court (ICC). The ICC was to be an international tribunal and intergovernmental organisation that would prosecute all individu...
The ICC Must Investigate Israeli War Crimes in Gaza: The Credibility of the Court is at Stake
Trautman, Brian J.
Regardless of the efforts of Israel or its closest ally, the United States, to prevent the International Criminal Court from seeking justice for the Palestinians and international aid workers killed a...
Massacres Under the Looking Glass: The ICC and Colombia
The International Criminal Court (ICC) just published its Interim Report on Colombia. In the Report, the ICC explains that Colombia has been under preliminary examination by the ICC since June 2004. T...
Take Israel To International Criminal Court
It is imperative that the international community view the Israeli response to the Goldstone report as a blatant attempt to whitewash its crimes in Gaza, and refer the matter to the ICC without furthe...
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A dramatic suicide in a 'court' of fake justice
After a war crimes tribunal rejected his appeal, a Bosnian Croat general drank poison and died. His last words resonate with many in the Balkans, who regard the court as a tool of US and NATO that has...