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Europe dealing with African dictators to keep migrants out

European politicians, under severe pressure to reduce the exodus of African refugees, have now begun providing equipment and training to the security forces of some of the worst dictators. 1,896 more words


International justice for thee, but not for me

When Yoweri Museveni stood for a second term as Ugandan president in 2001, he pledged that his second term would be his last term. It’s now 2016 and Museveni was… 671 more words


Is the South African Government an Accessory to Genocide in Darfur?

The Government of South Africa continues to be bombarded with criticism regarding its handling of a visit last summer by Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who faces war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide charges at the International Criminal Court (ICC) for his alleged responsibility for atrocities committed in Darfur. 923 more words

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“A court is the guardian of justice, the cornerstone of a democratic system based on the rule of law. If the state  does not abide by court orders, the democratic edifice will crumble stone-by-stone until it collapses and chaos ensues”

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The year in global justice 2015

As 2015 comes to a close, we take a look back at what has been an eventful year in the fight for justice for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide around the world. 1,782 more words

Democratic Republic Of Congo

'Omar Dis-Appear': Legal Effects of Africa’s Withdrawal from the ICC

Omar Dis-Appear‘: The Potential Legal Effects of Africa’s Withdrawal from the International Criminal Court as a Result of the Omar Al-Bashir Debacle

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ASP 14: Kenya and South Africa requests explained

The Assembly of States Parties has accepted requests from Kenya and South Africa to debate several controversial topics at the Assembly related to ongoing proceedings at the International Criminal Court. 1,439 more words