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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. At least once in a month, Justice Info opens its ears, with Asymmetrical Haircuts, to their dissenting and enlightening voices. Please stay tuned! 

Myanmar and the Rohingya momentum: what did we hear at the Peace Palace this week?
This week, in a very high-profile International Court of Justice hearing in Den Haag, Gambia asked the UN court to order Myanmar to stop what they denounced as “an ongoing genocide” of the Rohingya muslim minority. Driven by such exceptional international justice moment, our two energetic correspondents and partners of Asymmetrical Haircuts report and vividly discuss and analyze the event, with chosen sound bites of the “back and forth” of renowned scholar William Schabas representing…
by Asymmetrical Haircuts, for JusticeInfo.net
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