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Volume 12: 2016-2017

Do you want to publish on the International Criminal Court? As you know, 2015-2016 has been an eventful year for the ICC. We are currently accepting submissions for volume 12, and we are particularly interested in publishing articles covering (1) ICC’s conviction of Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo, (2) ICC’s termination of the case against Kenya’s Deputy President William Ruto and journalist Joshua Arap Sang, and (3) ICTY’s conviction of Radovan Karadzic. 164 more words

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Wanted: Assistant Editors

The Council for American Students in International Negotiations (CASIN), along with the Advisory Board of Eyes on the International Criminal Court, is currently seeking applications for the position of Assistant Editor. 395 more words

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NATO’s Warsaw Communiqué: Planning the Crime of Aggression

by Christopher Black, via New Eastern Outlook

I have been a defence lawyer most of my working life and am not used to gathering evidence for a prosecution, but circumstances impelled me to open a file for the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, or perhaps some future citizen’s tribunal, in which is contained the evidence that the NATO leaders are guilty of the gravest crime against mankind, the crime of aggression. 1,675 more words

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Now accepting submissions!

The Council for American Students in International Negotiations (CASIN), along with the Advisory Board of Eyes on the International Criminal Court, invites quality submissions for its twelfth volume from practitioners, scholars, jurists, and professionals. 247 more words

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Volume 11: 2015-2016

Thank you so much to everyone who contributed to volume 11, we could not have done it without you!

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Megan Wells Sheffer

MANAGING EDITORS: 197 more words

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Conspiracy by NATO leaders to commit acts of aggression against Russia. Warsaw Communiqué

By Christopher Black
Global Research, July 19, 2016
New Eastern Outlook 18 July 2016

I have been a defence lawyer most of my working life and am not used to gathering evidence for a prosecution, but circumstances impelled me to open a file for the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, or perhaps some future citizen’s tribunal, in which is contained the evidence that t… 1,718 more words

Trio of war crimes convictions marks milestone for international justice

Several key convictions of former heads of state for war crimes have made 2016 a ground-breaking year for the global fight to end impunity.

Separate cases at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague, the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and most recently at the Extraordinary African Chambers in Senegal have resulted in landmark convictions. 899 more words

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