Without information, no reconciliation


Global Court Wrestling in Africa
The International Criminal Court (ICC) – the first permanent global court mandated to investigate and prosecute genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity – has faced immense challenges since its inauguration in 2002. In particular, it has had to confront controversies over its singular focus to date on suspects in Africa and a series of hampered investigations and collapsed cases in which evidence has been weak or lacking. At present there is scepticism among some…
by Dr Phil Clark, SOAS, University of London
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