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How Biden’s America can reverse its course on international justice
On January 20, Joe Biden becomes the president of the United States. Stanford University professor Beth van Schaack was Deputy to the Ambassador-at-Large for War…
How Colombia’s Truth Commission navigated a pandemic year
Colombia’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission had to reinvent itself in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Having had to scrap its public hearings, it has…
End of an era? Hague trials rock Kosovo’s rebel-led politics
After more than a decade at the helm, Kosovo’s former guerillas may have finally met their match — not at home but in The Hague,…
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Australian troops ‘unlawfully killed’ 39 Afghans in alleged war crimes
Australia’s top general said Thursday there was credible evidence that his special forces unlawfully killed 39 unarmed civilians and prisoners during the war in Afghanistan,…
Evidence Australian troops ‘unlawfully killed’ 39 Afghans
Australia’s top military officer on Thursday admitted there was credible evidence his special forces unlawfully killed at least 39 Afghanistan civilians and prisoners, recommending the…
FARC revelations on three political murders: a test for Colombia
The former Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia dropped a bombshell, last month, claiming responsibility over the murders of three high-profile public officials in the 1990s.…
Kenyatta urges constitutional reform to resolve poll violence
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday pushed for constitutional changes to resolve the cycles of election violence in the country, a hot button issue that…
Kenyatta urges constitutional reform to resolve poll violence
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday pushed for constitutional changes to resolve the cycles of election violence in the country, a hot button issue that…
Rwanda: what’s at stake in the Kabuga trial
What are the consequences of the arrest last May in France of Félicien Kabuga, considered to be one of the main perpetrators of the 1994…
Marie Wilson: “It is too early to say Canada had great success with the Truth Commission”
JUSTICEINFO.NET IN-DEPTH INTERVIEWS Marie Wilson Former Commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada The Canadian government has just put residential schools on the…
Exchanging killers for peace in Afghanistan – questions about a US-made amnesty
The terms of the “pax americana” in Afghanistan raise many questions. The Taliban and the United States have pressured the Afghan government to release 5,000…
Sexual abuse in the Church: map of justice worldwide
With tens of thousands of victims worldwide over several decades, sexual abuse by members of the Catholic clergy is an unprecedented issue of justice. In…
Duch, the last silence of the torturer
In the aftermath of the death of Douch, a former Khmer Rouge torturer convicted of crimes against humanity, French writer Antoine Audouard examines crime and…
Sudan tells Pompeo it can’t normalise Israel ties now
Sudan said Tuesday it cannot establish diplomatic relations with Israel for now, dashing hopes for a speedy breakthrough during a visit by US Secretary of…
Sudan PM tells Pompeo he has no mandate to normalise Israel ties
Sudan said Tuesday it cannot form diplomatic relations with Israel now, dashing hopes for a speedy breakthrough during a visit by US Secretary of State…
Pompeo visits Sudan on tour to boost Israel’s Arab ties
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited Sudan Tuesday on a tour urging more Arab countries to normalise ties with Israel, following the US-brokered Israel-UAE…
Eerie Belgrade exhibit turns Ratko Mladic diary into art
For nearly four years Serbian artist Vladimir Miladinovic started his day with a morning coffee and the diary of one of the Balkans’ most notorious…
Why Colombia’s TRC lacks business support
Two major oil companies presented, on July 30, 2020, a report to Colombia’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, documenting more than 3,600 attacks on oil infrastructures…