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Podcasts - Listen to our audio selection on transitional justice

Justice is an asymmetrical balance between the law and the reason of the powerful, and international justice is no exception to this rule. Janet Anderson and Stephanie van den Berg are Justice Info’s correspondents in The Hague. Two journalists, one haircut. They started a podcast to talk about international justice with experts and commentators they wanted to hear more of. Twice in a month, Justice Info opens its ears, with Asymmetrical Haircuts, to their dissenting and enlightening voices. Please stay tuned! 

What's new on the Myanmar front?
Last week, the New York Times reported that two former soldiers from the armed forces of Myanmar arrived at the International Criminal Court (ICC), in The Hague. Alleged video confessions are circulating in which they not only admit their participation to crimes committed against the Rohingya, but also implicate their commanders for giving them ‘genocidal’ orders. How these testimonies affect both the ICC’s investigations and the ongoing case at the International Court of Justice? This…
by Asymmetrical Haircuts, for JusticeInfo.net
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